Application Data Entry

  • Edmund Zehoo


Most business database-centric applications generally function in the same manner. An application is built around a table, say a Customer table. An end user needs to add new data to this table (in this case, a new customer record). He or she also needs to modify existing data and delete customer records from this table. Data records in this table usually take the appearance of a grid, accompanied by the New, Edit, and Delete buttons that allow the end user to modify the grid’s contents. The New and Edit buttons typically take the user to a separate detail page—a form—that displays the set of fields in a more streamlined manner for data entry.


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© Edmund Zehoo 2011

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