Structure

Create your data structure.

When you open a Collection, Ouistee opened it into the edit mode. In this place you are able to create the structure of your data, directly by building the user interface structure. You do not need any technical knowledge to achieve it.

The edit mode


  • The edit mode has three main parts : the toolbar (1), the side bar with tabbed sections (2) and the workspace (3).
  • The sidebar contain three sections, the Elements list (User interface elements) on the top (4), the property panel (5) that displays the properties of a selected Element in the workspace and then the categories section (the third one not visible here).
  • You are going to build a user interface, by dragging the Elements from the sidebar to the workspace. The database structure is automatically created depending on the User interface you create.
  • When selected into the workspace, an Element can by customized or edited from the Property panel, and available options for this elements are made available in the toolbar (more often "Remove").
  • Once you are done, click on "end editing" on the toolbar, you will switch to the data mode, where you are ready to enter your personal data.

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  • The edit mode has three main parts : the toolbar (1), the side bar (2) and the workspace (3).
  • The sidebar contain two parts, the Elements list (User interface elements) on the top (4) and the properties panel (5) that displays the properties of a selected Element in the workspace.
  • You are going to build a user interface, by dragging the Elements from the sidebar to the workspace. The database structure is automatically created depending on the User interface you create.
  • When selected into the workspace, an Element can by customized or edited from the Property panel, and available options for this elements are made available in the toolbar (more often "Remove").
  • Once you are done, click on "end editing" on the toolbar, you will switch to the data mode, where you are ready to enter your personal data.

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