Default values Fields can be specified to be filled with default values at

Default values fields can be specified to be filled

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Default values -- Fields can be specified to be filled with default values at runtime. Values may include username, date, time, or user-specified text, among others. Field restrictions -- Protect your database by specifying edit criteria for your fields. User-entered data must conform to your specifications at runtime. This allows you to specify a pure numeric field that must contain exactly nine digits for a SSN data entry field for example. Specify case sensitivity as well. Tab order -- Customize the tabbing order between fields to make data entry at runtime more efficient. Graphical Route Editor --Create a complex workflow route in minutes, thanks to a friendly graphical interface that gives you complete control over advanced
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Written Assignment 5 4 features like parallel routing, rendezvous, and delegation. And it's flexible enough to let you create and modify routes for any application] (Optix, 2018)
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Written Assignment 5 5 References Optix, (2018) Optix Application Generator, Retrieved from System Analysis and Design 11th edition 978-305-49460-2 by Scott Tilley and Harry Rosenblatt
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