Template Properties

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Once you have selected a template, the Template Properties screen allows you to make settings specific to the chosen template. Those properties may include the following. If a certain template has additional properties they will be covered in the template specific documentation.


The Advanced Search Type allows you to choose either an Advanced Search Row, Advanced Search Dialog, or Display Filters Above Table option. The Advanced Search Row appears as search boxes in the table header, whereas the Advanced Search Dialog appears as a button which when pressed, displays a popup window with search boxes. The Display Filters Above Table option (only available for Bootstrap templates) is a mobile friendly approach with an expandable section directly above the application data table. Pressing the ‘Selections’ button serves to expand or collapse the section from view.

Application Type

This is a deprecated feature. Please use the Web Services Maintainer Template instead.

The Application Types to be Created is where you may elect to generate a RESTful web service app in addition to or instead of your traditional web application.

Select Only Matching Records (Join Type)

Use the Select Only Matching Records feature to choose either a SQL left or inner join, with the default being a left join. The left join will select all records from the primary table and all matching records from secondary tables, whereas the inner join will select records from the primary table and secondary tables only where matching records exist.

A left join returns the red (left and center) areas of this Venn Diagram


A Inner Join returns the purple (center) area of this Venn Diagram


Specification Security

The Specification Security option determines who can modify the application. The default setting is “Public”, meaning any developers may edit and view this application within the developer interface. Selecting “Private” will mean this application cannot be edited by developers who specifically do not have All Application Authority set for their developer privileges.

Updated on September 26, 2023

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