Operations allow system users to perform actions upon data in your application. Operations are analogous to stored procedures. The five types of operations that users can perform on a database are Create, Read, Update, Delete and Admin.
* Create - Users can create entries in the table.
* Read - Users can view items in the table.
* Update - Users can update existing records.
* Delete - Users can delete information from the table.
* Admin - Full Permission. Users can add and remove fields from the table, rename columns, and rename the table. Admin rights also allow them to control security on the table.
Qrimp has additional default operations such as add notifications, gettree, etc.
To view the operations in your system go to Admin > Operations (
). Access to the Operations table is restricted to Administrators by default.
To allow your users to perform operations, you must first make sure they have the security privileges to do so. You can control operation privileges using Table Security
You can also write your own operations to set up specific functionality based on particular tables, etc. Qrimp has a generic operation statement writing language that should be fairly intuitive to advanced database administrators. Learn more about Writing Operations
and Using Operations in urls