Search Part - Geography Searches
/pages/Guides/Mobile and Web Components/Grid/Grid Properties/Alternate Views/Google Maps - Alternate Views/Search Part, Geography Searches, Google Maps.xml
Certain SQL databases (such as SQL Server, Oracle, DB2, MySQL, Postgres) support a special data type called 'Location'.
Common Settings Properties
/pages/Guides/Mobile and Web Components/UX/Controls/Props/other/ControlBar Properties/ControlBar properties/Items/Common Settings/index.xml
Common Settings for disclosure-button items.
Common Character Functions
/pages/Ref/Api/Functions/Data Type/Character Functions/Common Character Functions.xml
Some examples of common character functions and some guidance in using them.
Performing Common Excel Spreadsheet Operations
/pages/Ref/Api/Namespace/Office/Examples/Perform Common Spreadsheet Operations.xml
This page includes basic, intermediate, and advanced points on performing spreadsheet operations, from getting and setting simple values to adjusting printer properties.
Desktop Database
An Alpha Anywhere User Guide to the Desktop.
Updating a Geography data type Field
/pages/Guides/Mobile and Web Components/Grid/Grid Properties/Alternate Views/Google Maps - Alternate Views/Updating a Geography data type Field GM15.xml
Updating a Geography data type field automatically when a Longitude or Latitude Field is Changed.
Database Objects
Dictionary, Field, index, Query, Set, and Table objects. Also methods for Database operations.
Location fields ('Geography' or 'Geometry' type field)
/pages/Guides/Mobile and Web Components/UX/Controls/Props/Data/List Properties/listprops/Detail View/Table Properties/Geography Fields/locationFields.xml
Defines the 'location' field (i.e. a 'Geography' or 'Geometry' field) to update if the latitude or longitude for a record was modified.
Database Explorer
/pages/Guides/Desktop/Design/Data/DBF/Database Explorer.xml
The Database Explorer provides a quick way to examine the properties of the tables and sets in your database. The Local Tables section lists the tables (including passive-link tables) and sets in your database. When you expand the Tables section and expand a table, you will see a list of the table's fields. The entry will contain the field type and length of each field. The Sets section lists the tables in each set and their linking relationships. A single arrow indicates a one-to-one relationship. A double arrow indicates a one-to-many relationship.
Database Maintenance
/pages/Desktop/Tutorial/Design/View/Database/Database Maintenance.xml
In this lesson, you learn about several database maintenance tasks that you can perform to keep your database updated, backed up, and secure.