User Mode: Tables and Forms

Records are added to tables, edited, and viewed with the help of Forms. For example, if you have a table storing information about many contacts:

Contacts Table

So, information about every single contact is reflected in a form.

Contact Form

A Form is essentially a set of fields; each field specifies a certain property of the record. For instance, in the Clients table, you can view detailed information about John Doe. Thus, forms are associated with tables: each form field corresponds to a certain table column.

For every form, there are two possible modes intended for viewing or adding/editing records. You can customize each form to display a different set of fields for each mode. Besides, it is possible to create a unique form for each user role.