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DataWeb User's Guide

Views
Anytime users of your web application work with data that's stored in a data table, they do so through a view. Views are pages in your application that act as windows onto the data in a data table. You can create views to display, update or insert data in a data table.

The DataWeb Designer makes it easy to create views graphically. If you need more control over your views than the Designer provides, you can also directly edit the view's source code. The underlying source for a view file is XHTML, a combination of HTML and XML.

The following topics cover what you need to know to begin building effective views:

View Basics

Converting HTML Pages to Views

Incorporating Script in a View

View Property Reference

View XML Reference

URL Parameters Reference

SQL Expression Reference

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