Preparing a database table - 7.3

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In order to create a drop-down list in a Job in the following examples, you should have a Mysql database.

Before replicating the following examples, make sure you have created a Mysql table named employee. The table stores people information as shown below.

id name email sex department position
1 Elisa elisa@company.com F RD manager
2 Nicolas nicolas@company.com M RD developer
3 Sabrina sabrina@company.com F Community developer
4 Stephane stephane@company.com M Sales manager
5 Jim jim@company.com M Sales pre-sales