The ordinance is essential when a big volume of information needs to be analyzed to achieve this task is necessary, many times, of a very specific knowledge. Thinking about it, the Scriptcase make available a resource on the application like a consult where is possible achieve all the grid ordination simply configuring a attribute. The resource on grids on the Scriptcase can be directly configured on the application properties. That’s what we going to show you next.

Access the application properties and select the “Ordination” option.

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On the opened screen, all the fields available to ordination will show and in every field side, two distinct characters will indicate if the utilized field is been used to ordination or not, they being:

(*) indicates that the field is not used on the current ordination;

(.) indicates that the field is used as ordination parameter.

To configure which fields will be utilize to the ordination is very simple:

Select the field(s) and click on the button “ON/OFF”. Notice that on the name’s side of the filed the characters will change.

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After you finish the selected field configuration it will be used for ordination parameter on the grid, bringing the data on a more logic way. Check out more resources that our tool offers, with Scriptcase you make much more with a lot less.

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November 26, 2013


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