Figure1: General Settings Interface.
|9||Replaced by any numeric character entered by the user. (0-9)|
Replaced by any alpha charactere entered by the user. (A-Z,a-z)
|*||Replaced by any alphanumeric character (A-Z,a-z,0-9) entered by the user.|
Note: It is possible to combine two or more masks simultaneously, separated by semicolon with the larger mask starting it. The replacement occurs during data entry when amout of characters exceeds the smaller masks size.
|Field||Mask||Value entered||Value formatted|
|Telephone number||+99 99 9999 - 9999||123456789012||+12 34 5678 - 9012|
|Software Key (Only letters)||AAAA-AAAA-AAAA-AAAA||QWERTYUIASDFGHJK||QWER-TYUI-ASDF-GHJK|
|Software Key (Letters and Numbers)||****-****-****-****||Q1W2E3R4T5Y6U7I8||Q1W2-E3R4-T5Y6-U7I8|
|Car Plate||AAA - 9999||QWE1234||QWE - 1234|
|Scriptcase's serial key||A999A999A999-****||D111H111G111DG2P||D111H111G111-DG2P|
|Multiple Masks (Telephone)||9999-9999;(99) 9999-9999;9999 999 9999;+99 99 9999-9999|
Without field label attribute Using field label attribute
It is possible to define a value saved for each table's field. It is frequentlly used when not displaying the field to the final user.
Image1: Database value interface.
A resource to display a field description retrieved by SQL instruction. This resource uses AJAX technology (when exchanging information between server and browser).
See an example in the image below.
Image1: Grid Lookup.
Image2: Grid Lookup Interface.
Defines the CSS values for fields individually.
Figure 1: CSS Definition interface.
Font - Used to select the font type that will be applied to the application field.
Object Input CSS
Font - Used to select the font type that will be applied to the application object.
Documents the application. Create on-line instructions, describe business rules and save comments in the System Help to allow users to better understand the system and instruct them in the best way of interacting with the applications.
Tooltip - Add text that will be displayed when the user hovers his mouse over the field.