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-As soon as custom table name is defined, the next step is to define columns. Coumn name is required fields. Administrator can also define type of each column. The following types are supported:+As soon as custom table name is defined, the next step is to define columns. Column name is required fields. Administrator can also define type of each column. The following types are supported:
   * bit   * bit
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 **Length/Decimal places** column type is valid only for NVARCHAR, in which case it represents the length of the string sequence, and the Decimal, in which case it represents decimal places. </note> **Length/Decimal places** column type is valid only for NVARCHAR, in which case it represents the length of the string sequence, and the Decimal, in which case it represents decimal places. </note>
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 +By selecting the **Personally Identifiable Information** checkbox an administrator flags information as [[adminhelp:security:personally_identifiable_information|PII]]
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 +PII data can be flagged as sensitive via the **Sensitive data** checkbox. [[adminhelp:security:personally_identifiable_information:sensitive_personally_identifiable_information|Sensitive data]] has an additional layer of protection.
  
 When user creates table via API she can provide type for each column within attribute <DbType></DbType>. When user creates table via API she can provide type for each column within attribute <DbType></DbType>.
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