editable report last version

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  1. vittorio, Member

    I'd like to understand in more details whether editing a report changing numbers or vlaue there goes and change the mysql .

    we do have submittal masks can be re-edited and changed in our phpbb webcommunity.

    we do retrieve data with MYDBR then. If we do edit fields by the report can we then save and re edit them from the original submittal mask with no issue?

    please if you can provide the explanation


  2. myDBR Team, Key Master

    This would be a normal use case for myDBR editable reports.

    You just define the columns which are editable and myDBR will, based on user privileges, allow direct editing for the data.

    See demo at mydbr.com:
    Direct editing

    myDBR Team

  3. vittorio, Member

    thankds fo rthe answer.

    last question is can we filter and partialize permission access to editing reports based on groups? if yes please detail how.


  4. myDBR Team, Key Master

    Yes you can. Access control is based on normal myDBR report permissions.

    If you grant access to editing report to group A but not for group B, the group B sees the report as a normal non-editable report, while group A can also edit the report content.

    myDBR Team

  5. vittorio, Member

    ok is this an option only of the premium version or it works at 100% even on community version?


  6. vittorio, Member

    you can also grant editable report access by each use or only by groups?

  7. myDBR Team, Key Master

    Grant access to editable is fully configurable. You can grant access to individual users or groups. You can also do it so that whether the report content is editable or not, depends on the user and the content. For example user can edit only own data.

    Editable reports is a premium version feature.

    myDBR Team

  8. duane, Member

    The example in the documentation shows directly editing a number.

    Can a drop-down (for instance) be used to enable the user to select a valid option instead? If so, how?

  9. myDBR Team, Key Master

    Current version includes support for direct data entry. We are planning of including more options for input (popup, datepickers etc) in upcoming versions.

    You can make the current version to validate your input quite nicely. Just make the enterable value as free text represenation of the enteable item and validate the user input in the editing procedure.

    An example of this:

    Enterable validation

    myDBR Team


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