Customer Orders and Payments

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Simple inquiry application that shows Customer Orders and Payments


Last updated on October 25, 2020

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Simple Inquiry - Orders and Payments

This is an example of a simple database inquiry, which illustrates how to load data from database tables into screen fields and grids. To test the application, select Launch => Launch App in Browser Tab.

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Database Driven Widgets

This template utilizes a database-driven widget. The customer dropdown is loaded dynamically by setting Database-Driven Selection properties.

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Routines

Routines appear in the Logic tab of the Visual Designer interface. This app only has one routine, which is triggered when a customer is selected in the dropdown.

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Each routine can contain one or more steps, which are usually configured through a point-and-click interface, or sometimes by writing custom Node.js code.

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