A schema is the collection which contains everything about your use-case. The schema will contain information about the selected database, module, user groups and the configuration of the structure of the write-back table. Whenever you create a new schema you have to choose one of our modules first. Depending on the selected module the setup of your schema will be different.
Create a new schema
Below you will find the steps to create a new schema. In this example we create a schema with the DATA HELPER module. Click on the first image and a slideshow will show up. use your right arrow to see the next image, use your left arrow to see the previous image.
Below you see an animated gif that illustrates the entire process of creating a new schema. At the end of the animation it also shows how to edit an existing field, just by opening the schema, select the field you want to change and save your changes. The fields available to add to your form are listed below.
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Set Schema permissions
If you want your schema to be available for all users, you don’t have to set any permissions. If you want a selected group of users to enjoy the schema you set permissions on the schema. Below an animated gif on how to set permissions on a specific schema. When editing permissions, only groups who have access to the schema will be visible. If you want to learn how to create groups, click here.
Review the changes made to data in the schema. Here you can see what user made what change (create, delete, update or rollback), when it was made and even the specific attached record.