Overview of Working with Schemas
Concept Procedure

Geospatial data is stored in a hierarchical fashion, like a set of tables: each row within a table is an individual feature, and each column is a property of that feature. The entire table (including its name, column names, data types, default values, and constraints) represents a feature class. The set of related tables is called a schema, and the entire collection of data resides in a data store.

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