The SCOPELAND Report Builder allows you to create sophisticated reports, statistics, export interfaces and printouts. Operation is possible without programming knowledge or database knowledge. This can be used, for example, to generate reports, approvals, notices or invoices, exactly what the end user wants in the database. In addition, GIS reports are also possible with the […]

The selection mask is the central and universal tool for SCOPELAND users and developers to configure the data views of the respective DirectView. The data structures and the metadata are not changed. You can define which data is to be displayed from which tables. Each field in the open table has an entry in the […]

Identifier (main field of the data set) Main name of the object, operation, or privileged data field described in the record that represents the record Display field in selection lists Customer or object number Number (e.g. customer numbers). If the field consists of a string data type, only digits are allowed here. AcceptedValues are already […]

Overview of options Option Impl. Value Syntax Notes EncodingOption yes “UTF-32”, “UTF-16”, “UTF-16BE”, “UTF-8”, “ISO-8859-1”, “ASCII” Encoding when reading a file. DecimalPlacesOption yes Non-negative integer Desired decimal places of a decimal number StepOption yes Non-negative decimal number Desired min. distance between generated numbers SymbolsToUseOption yes Any character Desired character set to generate random strings SqlWhereOption […]

Type validation Checks for correctness Based on the data types, i.e. no text in numeric values, permitted date formats, etc. This validation type is performed on Web applications in the Web browser and on the Web server. Error texts come from the runtime and are language-specific. AcceptedValues Expressions can be used to define a permissible […]

With a click on the plus symbol or a double click on the name of the entry you can see subordinate entries of this level, the plus symbol becomes the minus symbol. A click on the minus symbol hides the subordinate level again. An entry without a preceding box does not contain any subordinate entries. […]

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