A Table Record, sometimes called a table row, represents a single object in a table. This object can be anything, but is constrained in that its properties correspond with the fields for this table (see Table Fields for details). Table records correspond with the database concept of a record.
Because table fields are generated by the user, tables records can have essentially any set of properties a user wants. The only exception is that every record must have an ID field (see Table Fields for details).
|Unique ID||A unique text ID for the table record, determined when it is initially created|
|Fields||All possible fields that can be edited for the record, determined by the active Table Fields within the Table|
|QA-T92||Table Management : 12 - Create table records from the table detail page|
|QA-T93||Table Management : 13 - Sort table records by column in table view|
|QA-T94||Table Management : 14 - Load multiple pages of table records in table view|
|QA-T133||Record Placeholders : 00 - Delete Table Record|
|QA-T396||Widgets - Digital History Record Widget|