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Page Editor

Columns

Use this tab to specify which columns will be displayed on the result web page and corresponding forms, their captions, which controls will be used for certain columns on Insert and Edit forms, lookup options and more.

 

Details

Use this tab to adjust the page detail presentations and setup detail pages properties.

 

Events

Set here the fragments of PHP code to be executed before or after a record was added, edited, deleted, etc.

 

Filter

Use this tab to reduce the number of records available at the generated page.

 

Charts

Use this tab to equip the web page with interactive charts.

 

Use the Page Properties window to setup common page properties such as view/edit/delete/filter/export abilities, pagination options, page header, and more.

 

The Data Partitioning wizard allows you to create a custom pagination i.e. split the records on the generated page by a specified criteria.



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