Employee Maintenance

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Employee Maintenance Application with a separate Edit Screen


Last updated on October 25, 2020

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Employee Maintenance

This is an example of a full CRUD (Create/Read/Update/Delete) application with search capabilities.

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Generating Custom CRUD Applications

You can create a starting point for a CRUD application instantly by right-clicking the appropriate table in the Database tab, and selecting the option Build CRUD App.

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You can double-click each individual column within a table to specify properties that will be used when generating a CRUD application.

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Routines

The CRUD generator does not create code. It creates No-code Routines that appear in the Logic tab of the Visual Designer interface.

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Each routine can contain one or more configurable steps.

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