Work with the Rows
The Work with the Rows section discusses the most common operations in eLegere: adding, editing, removing rows on the tables; saving and undoing changes; sharing and exporting the rows; uploading attachments for the rows; viewing the history of all the changes on the table; refreshing the rows' data in the application.
Learn how to add, remove, clone or edit rows.
Most of eLegere applications arranges e represents data as rows in a table. Users spend most of the time adding, removing, saving or editing these rows.
- Navigate Table Rows
- Inserting Rows
- Editing Rows
- Selecting and DeselectingRows
- Deleting Rows
- Cloning Rows
- Recalculating Rows' Value
Save Rows or Undo¶
Learn how to save all the changes made on the application's table. Also, learn to manage the pending changes and local changes not saved when quitting the application.
Learn how to navigate and work with the Details: tables with secondary data attached to rows of the Master table (i.e. the main table of the application that you find at the access).
- What are Details?
- Access the Details
- View Multiple Details as Aggregate
- Filter Master Rows having Details
Users can share table rows and view Details from their applications.
Learn how to share either a Master table row or a Detail's view.
Learn how to attach files to the rows and manage them.
If the Designer has enabled the corresponding option, users can attach one or more files to an application's table's row.
The Designer might have introduced restrictions regarding the employment of the Attachments function.
- View the Row's Attachments
- Folders and Attachments Navigation
- Preview Attachments and Files
- Download Attachments and Folders
- Upload Attachments and Folders
- Create Folders
- Sorting Attachments by Size
- Rename Attachments and Folders
- Delete Attachments
- Filter Rows with Attachments
History: Changes Tracking and Rows Restoration¶
The Designer could enable on the application the History.
The History is a functionality that tracks all the changes happened on the Master and Detail tables.
Users can reload all the data at any time within an application.
Learn how to reload the application's rows with one click.