How to Use the Report Editor
/documentation/pages/Guides/Report/Getting Started/How to Use the Report Editor.xml
Reports are a versatile type of layout for printing data. Reports can order and select the record, group related records, and perform calculations. Report layouts can divide pages into columns, display graphics, and include page headers and footers.
Open a Report, Label or Letter layout
/documentation/pages/Ref/Action Javascript/Open a Report, Label or Letter layout.xml
Displays a report, label or letter layout as a PDF file using the Acrobat PDF reader. The report is displayed in either a pop-up window or in a DIV on the current page.
How To Print a Report Containing the Currently Selected Records
/documentation/pages/HowTo/Reports/Print a Report Showing Currently Selected Records with Action Javascript.xml
With Action Javascript, it is easy to put a button on a Grid that prints a report. You can easily link the report to data in the current Grid row. For example, if the value of the State field in the current grid row is 'MA', you can easily define a filter for the report that shows all states with a value of 'MA'.
How to Use the FormView Control to Edit Large Records
/documentation/pages/HowTo/List Control/Using a FormView Control to Edit Data in a List Control.xml
If a List's Detail View has large number of fields, using individual controls to edit the data can cause a significant performance hit. Using the FormView control offers a faster alternative, capable of scaling to hundreds of fields with minimal impact on load times.
How to Configure the Project Style to use the Compact or Pulse Options
/documentation/pages/HowTo/Styling Applications/Configure Project Style.xml
Setting a global project style lets you easily configure and change the style used by your application in one place. Learn how to configure Project styles to use the compact and/or pulse theme (if supported) in the Web Project Settings.
The Quick Report Genie
/documentation/pages/Guides/Report/Quick Reports/The Quick Report Genie.xml
The new Quick Report Genie is considerably more useful (and attractive) than the old Genie. One key difference to note is that Quick Reports can be used as they are and saved for future editing. In contrast, the old Quick Report Genie was a one-shot, one-way starter for the Report Editor.
How To
/documentation/pages/Index/How To.xml
Page links relating to how to topics.
How to use the Next and Previous Buttons to Navigate the Controls in the Active Panel in an iOS Application
/documentation/pages/HowTo/PhoneGap/Use Next and Previous Buttons to Navigate Controls in Active Panel.xml
The native iOS keyboard has a next and previous button that can be used to navigate input controls on the screen. These buttons can be used with Alpha Anywhere application to navigate controls in the active Panel, however a little work is required to make sure the next or previous buttons do not try to navigate to a control that is on a panel that is not visible.
How to use Oracle Sequences
/documentation/pages/Server/Guide/Design/View/Database/Using Oracle Sequences.xml
Some databases implement a column property called auto-increment (typically a number) to automatically generate unique key values for newly inserted table rows. You may omit the value from the SQL INSERT statement VALUES list or set it to NULL. In some cases, the database may allow you to insert a specific value provided that it is unique for the table.
How to Submit a Bug Report for the Alpha Anywhere Installer
/documentation/pages/Troubleshooting/Installation/Reporting an Installation Problem.xml

If you run into issues with the Alpha Anywhere Installer and cannot resolve them, send the log files to [email protected]