What is a Summary and when should I use them?

What is a Summary and when should I use it?   A Summary is an application that differs from all other application types because it does not display data on the screen, but rather writes the dataset back to the database in the form of a new table. Generally speaking, end users will never run […]

Summary Template

Summary Template   Jump to: Template Notes Application Properties Web Parameters Summary applications write directly to the database, in the form of a new table. This means that summaries are generally run in batch, behind the scenes. This also means an end-user never accesses a summary to retrieve data. Instead, they would run a report […]

In-Memory Summary

In-Memory Summary Template   Jump to: Template Notes Application Properties Web Parameters Summary applications write directly to the Application server's memory, allowing for potentially quicker reads than a traditional database. To read data that has been loaded into memory, end-users would need to run a report over this data set. Like the traditional summary, In-Memory […]

ETL Feature

ETL Feature    It is well-known that m-Power can run over any database that supports a JDBC connection. In fact, many customers choose to license m-Power to multiple databases in order to create web applications over each database that their business uses. For setups like these, a common question is how to create applications that […]

Created: October 14, 2013