Online Documentation for SQL Manager for PostgreSQL

Enumerated Types

A Type is internally represented as an existing type, but is considered to be a separate data type.


Enumerated types, or ENUM types, are data types that are comprised of a static, predefined set of values with a specific order. They are equivalent to the enum types in a number of programming languages. An example of an enum type might be the days of the week, or a set of status values for a piece of data.


ENUM Type Editor allows you to define ENUM type properties. It opens automatically when you create a new ENUM type and is available on editing an existing one.