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Introduction to Tables


Tables are the core of a Qrimp database application. All of your data is stored in tables. Once you have created tables, you can enter data, delete tables and rows, add columns, view Reports, choose different data views and more.

A table in your Qrimp application is composed of many records (also known as fields or items) stored in columns. Each field will contain data about a particular item in a table. For example, if I create a table for TeddyBears the fields might be Name, FurColor, PurchaseDate, etc.

Each field has an id number, which helps you track that item. The first bear I enter into the TeddyBear table will have an id of 1.

You can see the tables in your application by going to Develop > Manage Tables. You can change the way the data in a table is displayed with Views, and change the way it is navigated to using Navigation options.

See also Definitions: database table.


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