For the data selected in the main window the table editors offer a direct access to the tables of the database as shown in the image below. In the hierarchy tree of the main window every entry corresponds to a table in the database, marked for the image below for the tables CollectionEvent and IdentificationUnit. Underneath the menu Grid select one of the Table editors (see below). For an introduction see a short tutorial .
A window with the content of the table will open. Columns with a gray background can not be edited here. Columns with a light gray background are linked to the contents of lookup tables where you can change according to the contents of these tables. If you are using the optimzed query certain columns that are linked to lookup tables show the translated content instead of the IDs. With the ID button you can change back to the original, not translated content of the table. The tables below are examples for those that are included for direct access via a table editor:
Select Set timeout ... from the menu to increase the default timeout from 5 seconds to a higher value, e.g. for greater amounts of data.
With the button you can set the widths of the columns according to the header and the content. With the button the width is set to the content. After the column width is set, this will be indicated with a yellow background . Click again on the button to release the setting of the column width ./font>
You can either edit the contents of the table directly or perform changes to any number of marked fields. For an introduction see a short tutorial . To mark a whole column use the button. Once you have selected the contents to change, select one of the modes of change that appear in the upper left corner. The modes of change are:
After selecting the change mode, enter the text in the field where necessary and click on the corresponding button to perform the changes. The Replace option allows to handle the return ¶ and tab → sign via the context menu .
To filter the content of the table, click in the column that should be used for filtering. Then choose the mode of comparison:
If you want the filtering to be case sensitive, choose the a<>A option. After all parameters are set, click on the button. To undo the filtering, click on the button. This will reset the data to the last saved version. If you want your changes to be saved, click the button before you reset the filtering. If you close the window all changes so far will be saved automatically. So if you do not want to save your changes, click on the button before closing the window. For an introduction see a tutorial .
To delete the data from the database, mark them as shown in the image below and click on the button.
To move data within a table, you can select them and choose Copy from the context menu. Then select the place where the data should be copied to and choose Paste from the context menu. To remove selected data, choose Clear selected cells. This is demonstrated in a short tutorial .
For an introdution see a short tutorial .
To export the data as a tab separated text file, click on the button. The file will be automatically saved in your application directory..
To export the data in a SQLite database click on the button. The data will be exported into the SQLite database DiversityCollectionTables.sqlite in the folder Export in your application directory. If you want to save previous exports, please rename the SQLite database or copy it to a different directory.
see the log data of the table, you can click on the
button. The content of the log table can
not be changed, but is read only.
To see the log data of the table, you can click on the button. The content of the log table can not be changed, but is read only.