One of the most common requirements in web applications are grids, they are important to analyze a large volume of data and thereby streamline daily activities of various organizations.

In Scriptcase you create grids in a few minutes and saves time, check the following as it is easy and fast.

In your project create a new application using the button on the toolbar.


On the opening screen select the “Grid” on the left, then select the database connection that you will use the table to which you want to perform the query, enter the application name and select the language. You still have access to the command for querying the database.


In the tab “Edit Fields” you can edit the information about the query including which ones will appear and which will be used as filters.


In the tab “Schema” you can modify the color scheme of your grid leaving it even more personalized.


When you finish the settings, click the “Create” button, your screen it will be ready. To see it working just run using the button for that action in the toolbar.


n a new window, you can see your application running with all the features needed for a query screen. In addition, you can edit the information later when and how many times you want.


Take the test, create a grid in Scriptcase and see how easy it is. Download now the free version and check.

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September 16, 2013


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