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Detail pages

This list contains detail pages i.e. child views for root level pages. If the Setup details by foreign key option is turned ON, such pages are created automatically according to foreign key constraints detected in the database schema. You can manage and customize these pages using the buttons on the right of the page list as described below.



Adds a new detail page located at the same level as the selected page.


Add Child

Adds a child page for the selected detail page. This command allows you to create a detail page at any level of nesting.



Opens Page Editor for the selected page.



Provides quick access to the Page Properties dialog which is also can be invoked in Page Editor.


Link Editor

Opens a dialog window that allows you to edit link conditions between master and detail pages. This dialog is also invoked when you add a new detail page with Add or Add Child commands.





Clones the selected page. Settings you want to copy can be customized in the dialog window.




Removes the selected page from the list and website.



This button provides access to additional page management commands as described below.



Allows you to change the order of detail pages.


Reset, Reset All

Resets all the settings for selected page or for all pages to their default values specified in the Project Options dialog.

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