- 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
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
In this lesson, you learn about several database maintenance tasks that you can perform to keep your database updated, backed up, and secure.