Using the Scriptcase Grids you can setup the modules that will be part of the application and which will be loaded when the user accesses it.

To perform the configuration of a module is very simple and we’ll show you the step by step below :

 

In the properties grid screen, identify the “Initial Module” option.

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Aside that option a list of the available modules will be displayed, all you have to do is select which one of them will be loaded by the time that the application is accessed.

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By using this feature you can easily create dynamic grids , and you can do much more than that!

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January 30, 2014

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