Welcome to the forums!
Now, before I go on please keep in mind that my experience on database design within Visual Paradigm is limited. I’m pretty sure an official member of the VP team will also see this soon, but I figured I could always try to give you some ideas.
What kind of diagram are you working with?
I’m assuming an ERD diagram (edit: sorry, I didn’t read the title correctly) and if that’s the case then you should also be able to skip the logical view part and tell Visual Paradigm to generate the SQL directly.
But first: the best way to produce a logical view that I can think of from the top of my head is to have an entity selected and then pressing enter. This will take you into the Entity specification where the ‘Columns’ tab should show you what you want.
However… There’s a better way to reach your goal (I think so anyway): Select the ‘tools’ tab, and find the ‘DB => Generate Database’ option. This allows you to generate a database based on the diagram you’re working on.
You can even tell VP to directly set up the database within your database server (see Tools toolbar, DB => Configure database).
This is what I mean:
As you can see I don’t speak from personal experience because my license doesn’t provide this functionality, but even so I still hope this can be of some help to you.
And if something isn’t fully clear yet then please be sure to say so!
I hope you enjoy your Visual Paradigm evaluation so far.