- Reports - Custom Data Sources
/documentation/pages/Guides/Report/Creating Reports/Custom Data Sources.xml
When you create Report in Alpha Anywhere you could choose to base the report on a SQL data source, a native .dbf table, or a Custom data source. .
- Creating Layouts
When creating a new layout, you can either copy the design of an existing layout, create one from scratch, or edit the Default Browse or Default Form.
- Reports - Printing Reports that Contain HTML Markup in the Data
/documentation/pages/Guides/Report/Generating Reports/Printing Reports that Contain HTML Markup in the Data.xml
In some cases the data in a report you are printing might contain HTML markup. You might want to print the HTML markup in its rendered form, rather than its raw form. In this video we show how you can configure the report editor to print HTML markup as rendered HTML.
- Reports - Sets - Active Link Tables
/documentation/pages/Guides/Report/Creating Reports/Active Link Tables in Reports and Sets.xml
When you create a new Report, Label or Letter that is based on a Set that joins Active-Link tables, Alpha Anywhere analyzes the Set structure and the definition of each of the Active-Link tables to see if the Report could instead be based on a SQL Query.
- Reports - Free-form Reports - Text Dictionary Tags
/documentation/pages/Guides/Report/Design Techniques/Free-form Reports - Text Dictionary Tags.xml
You can now use text dictionary tags (...) to internationalize the labels in a report.
- Creating the Vendors Set
/documentation/pages/Guides/Desktop/Design/Data/Set/Creating the Vendors Set.xml
How to create the Vendors set.
- Creating a New Table
/documentation/pages/Guides/Desktop/Design/Data/DBF/Creating a New Table.xml
Typically, you create new database tables by defining their data field structure in the Table Editor window. Other methods for creating tables include:
- Creating a Tabbed Control
/documentation/pages/Guides/Desktop/Design/View/Layout Control/Creating a Tabbed Control.xml
Tabbed controls provide a familiar, tabbed interface that you can use on a form to organize fields, controls, and other objects. For example, you have a form in which you enter invoice information. By creating a tabbed control, you can have one tabbed page on which you fill in customer information, one page on which you enter billing information, and a third page on which you enter individual line-items.
- Creating Conditional Table Lookups
/documentation/pages/Guides/Desktop/Design/Data/DBF/Creating Conditional Table Lookups.xml
When one of several tables might supply the field's value, use a Conditional table lookup. Instead of choosing one lookup table, you complete the Table Conditions table, filling in the names of two or more tables along with a Conditional expression for each that determines which table is used for the lookup. The tables you use must have the same field names and types since there is only one field mapping.
- Reports - Layout Table Reports - Project Reports - Text Dictionary
/documentation/pages/Guides/Report/Layout Table Reports/Layout Table Reports - Project Reports - Text Dictionary.xml
You can now insert text dictionary tags in Layout Table reports defined at the Project level. Workspace reports do not support Text Dictioanries.