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A process defines a set of steps to follow in order to do something from making a cup of tea, to developing a website. Processes can be used to define projects.

At webBRIEFCASE, we love describing processes, and would be more than happy to put one together at your request (FREE). Contact support@webBRIEFCASE.com.



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Record management includes: adding (new), changing (edit) and deleting (delete) records in database tables.
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Processes

A process defines a set of steps to follow in order to do something from making a cup of tea, to developing a website. Processes can be used to define projects.

At webBRIEFCASE, we love describing processes, and would be more than happy to put one together at your request (FREE). Contact support@webBRIEFCASE.com.

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A process defines a set of steps to follow in order to do something from making a cup of tea, to developing a website. Processes can be used to define projects.

At webBRIEFCASE, we love describing processes, and would be more than happy to put one together at your request (FREE). Contact support@webBRIEFCASE.com.

To create a new record, select the table to which the record will be added, and click on the new icon. A form will be shown. Enter data into the form and click on the button.

  • The new record icon looks like this: 
  • The save button looks like this:

The new record will only be shown other other users. Once you have created a new record, you can show, edit or delete it.


To delete a record, either click on the delete icon next to the record in the table, or show the record (in a form) and click on the delete record icon there.

  • The delete record icon looks like this: 

When you delete a record, it is marked as deleted, but is not actually deleted. webBRIEFCASE staff can undelete records for you. A trashcan feature is in the development queue and will be available soon.


To modify a record, click on the edit record item in the form or table which shows the record. When you have changed the fields, click on the "Update" button.

  • The edit record icon looks like this:  
  • The "Update" button looks like this:

When the update button is pressed, the record will be shown in the form. The record can be further modified, deleted - or you can navigate to related records and tables.




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