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658Created in a couple of minutes, not sure about access and deletion of records. Some sort of graph would be nice.
Thank you John for covering ZohoCreator.
Regarding your doubts-
-Access and deletion of records
To add a record, just click on ‘Add’ button which is next to ‘Filter’ and to delete,check corresponding checkbox of the record and click on ‘delete’ button which is next to ‘Add button. Btw you can restrict other users adding/editing/deleting your records. You can do this by unchecking “Allow others to edit data” option while editing/creating the View.
-Default to showing 100 records
We will be providing option to the user to specify default display count, in our future updates.
-Graph would be nice
Yep it would be and we are working on it.
Raffic (URL) - 05 04 06 - 15:47
Thanks for the tips and information, I’d figured out the Add, but was wondering how to limit other folk, now I know. The 100 records will only be a problem in a blog entry like this, I don’t think I’d use it like that for real.
The fact that ZohoCreator’s editing features are imbedded in a page make it very interesting for presenting data to children for interpretation. I hope to get some time soon to convert a simple database lesson to ZohoCreator. Graphs will be great and adding filters on the fly might be a useful feature too.
John (Email) (URL) - 05 04 06 - 16:46
Thanks for your comments John,
We are already working on the feature you’ve suggested – ‘Adding filter on the fly’. With this your students/users will be able to create a filter out of the View you’ve shared with them and can save it as a seperate View. This feature should be available shortly. My best wishes for your ‘Lesson Application’ at ZohoCreator.
Good Luck John.
Raffic (URL) - 06 04 06 - 07:06
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