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I am trying to understand the fields of various table and default list of metatags for the tables, currently being used in wordpress. Though google is showing up various results , but I need a detail one with list.

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The WordPress codex has a pretty good diagram for you http://codex.wordpress.org/Database_Description

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I need detail about each field and required inputs.. Eg in table ws_comment their is comment_kerma .. I have to lot of google to understand its significance. I also want to explore various metatags for various table – made_in_india Oct 2 '12 at 18:20
I don't think you'll find anything more complete than that. You may find additional detail for some tables, like this answer - but otherwise, you'll have to read the code. – marfarma Oct 2 '12 at 18:49

This seems to be a bit of a subjective question - as you dont say what you are trying to do or why you need such diagrams. It would be better to ask a new question please.

There is a bit of a collection of diagrams, schemas and other related stuff here

Looking for WordPress System Diagrams

And ... at the end of the day --- maybe you can write about your findings here to add to the knowledge.

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