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Route What would it be a good idea for me to know? TM R Working information of MS-Windows Capacity to utilize a mouse R Mouse A Graphical Client Interface (GUI) in the middle of you and your PC. Windows is a working "situation" that makes it simpler to speak with your PC's Working Framework (DOS).
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What would it be a good idea for me to know? TM R Working information of MS-Windows Ability to utilize a mouse R Mouse

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A Graphical User Interface (GUI) in the middle of you and your PC. Windows is a working “environment” that makes it less demanding to speak with your PC’s Operating System (DOS). Windows is NOT an O/S. DOS is an O/S. Windows is....

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Multi-tasking- - Windows empowers you to run more than one system at once relying upon your computer’s “power” (memory) You can duplicate information starting with one Windows application then onto the next by “cutting” and “pasting” Windows empowers you to...

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What is a Window? A surrounded range on your screen where you see an application. Flag frames “run” in a window. Pennant 3.0 GUI Version is a Windows application- - intended to keep running in a Window utilizing Windows application traditions. Pennant GUI Environment

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Forms can be a solitary screen A progression of screens known as “pages” Forms may be intended to permit route to different structures Forms may be intended to embed, redesign, erase, and question information. Standard Menu Bar Key Block First Block of Information first Block of data in the root window Root Window Second Block of Information second Block of data in the root window BANNER GUI FORMS

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Main Window: First window of a structure. Flag Menu Bar: Appears at the top line of the Main Window of each BANNER Form. Key Block: Displayed on all windows of a structure. Data saw on a structure identifying with the “Key”. Choice Menu: Navigate to different pieces inside of the structure or move to and from different structures . Components/Concepts of a Form

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Elements/Concepts of a Form Blocks: A structure is made out of one or more squares. Every piece is physically unmistakable and contains related information. Records and fields: A square contains records made out of fields from a basic table or perspective in an Oracle database. An illustration could be Address Information. Every record compares to a line from the hidden table or perspective, and every field relates to a segment from the basic table or perspective.

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Form Identifier: Form ID, discharge number, database name Key Block: Information needed to record choice. Fields: Optional/Mandatory. Pieces: Framed territories of related information. Auto Help: Changes from field to handle Count: Number of records recovered by an inquiry. Information Pointers: Caret upward/descending. Structure Elements

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Standard Buttons - Menus Navigate to shapes and different menus Exits you out of BANNER

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Navigate to fields, different squares, different structures Exits you out of the structure. On the off chance that you’re in a branch window and snap on Exit, you will be left out of the structure, not simply the window. In the event that you’re in an inquiry mode, the first snap crosses out the question; the second snap exits you out of the structure. Clears all data in the structure (with the exception of the key square); Returns you to an enterable field in the key piece. Spares all the data you have entered or changed in any window in the structure. A few catches take you to more windows. Pages behind the pages Standard Buttons - Forms ID: Name: Standard Buttons on Forms More Windows Rollback Save Exit

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Standard: Buttons that speak to regular activities (Exit, Save, Rollback) and structure particular activities (Search, Select, and so forth.). Radio: Radio catches show up in gatherings. The client must look over one or more (or none of the choices introduced by the catch). LOV: List of Values Buttons - Pressing on this catch will demonstrate the approval table for a specific field. Catches AND MORE

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Allows you to utilize the % trump card as opposed to looking through the rundown. Settle on your decision then tap on the FIND catch underneath. Look through the rundown. Highlight you\'re decision and snap on the OK catch beneath. This profits you to the calling structure with the picked worth. We call this Exit with Value. Ways out of the List of Values without bringing back a quality. We call this Exit without Value LOV Buttons ( L ist O f V alues)

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Menus: List of related structures - Allows access to different menus or structures Functional (Application) Forms: Perform particular capacities: enter, upgrade, or question data. Acceptance Forms: Define the qualities for a particular field or to see the qualities characterized for a field. Control or Rule Forms: Provided for entering and keeping up the handling standards for framework counts. Question Forms: Used to gaze upward existing data. Request Forms: Used the same as Query Forms however can likewise be gotten to from a Menu, another structure, Direct Access or Object Search. Sorts of BANNER Forms

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Menus Pull Down Menus Direct Access Quick Flows System Navigation

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Action Menu Edit Menu Options Menu Block Menu BANNER Menu Bar Field Menu Record Menu Query Menu Help Menu Window Menu

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System Selection/Navigation Module Navigation Action Menu Submenus Block Menu Field Menu Record Menu Query Menu Help Menu What’s on the Menu?

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Menus: Pull Down Menus Functional Keys: Navigate to the structure\'s parts. Choice Menu Functions LOV Button Navigation Form Navigation inside of our structures we have:

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Clear Form Rollback: Clears all data from the present frame and returns the cursor to the key piece. This capacity does not erase the data from the framework, it just clears it from perspective. Spare: Saves your present passages or cancellations. You may hear the word “Commit” amid your instructional courses. Way out: Exits the structure (from the structure) or BANNER (from menu.) Form Functions

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Block Menu: Allows you to explore to obstructs inside of the structure and additionally to related structures to see and enter extra data. Clear Block: Clears all data from the present piece. Next Block: Moves the cursor to the form’s next piece (from the last square will move the client to the first square after the key piece.) Previous Block: Moves the cursor to the form’s past piece (from square quickly beneath the key piece, takes you to the form’s last square.) Block Functions

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Clear Record: Clears all data from one record from the square that contains the cursor. Does not erase data from the framework. Erase Record: You must spare the change. Copy Record: This will duplicate the past record into a clear record. Supplement Record: Inserts an unfilled record inside of a progression of records. Record Functions

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Record Functions Next Record: Displays the record taking after the one in the cursor piece. Record shows in the request in which they are put away in the database. Bring Next: Displays the following arrangement of records. Past Record: Displays the former record.

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Clear Field: Clears data from the cursor field. Does not erase the data from the framework. Copy Field (Item): Duplicates the field (thing). Next/Previous Field: Moves the cursor back through the piece. Field Functions

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Enter Query: Prepares BANNER to acknowledge an inquiry criteria. Execute Query: Executes the hunt criteria. All records coordinating the criteria will be shown. On the off chance that no pursuit criteria is entered, then BANNER shows every single related record. Check Query Hits: Displays the quantity of records that would be recovered for an entered hunt criteria. Cross out Query: Cancels the Query Mode. Inquiry Functions

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List of Values: Again, permits you to see a rundown of substantial codes for a field. Exit with Value: Brings that esteem from a table to a structure when getting to a table utilizing List of Values (LOV), Entering a Query, or Count Query Hits. Information Access Functions

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Key Map Save Next/Previous Record Insert/Remove Record Print Next/Previous Block Enter/Execute Cancel Query Graphing Rollback Banner Documentation BANNER Tool Bar Banner Defined Functions: Institution Defined Functions:

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Accept/Commit/Save: Saves the progressions to the database. Enter Host Command: Pop-Up window which permits you to access to the working framework on the off chance that you have the security. Way out: Takes you out of a structure, menu, or BANNER application. You will be given the chance to SAVE your progressions. Invigorate: Repaints the present screen. Print: Print Screen to File, Print to Default Printer, Print a capacity key guide. What different capacities does BANNER offer?

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Update Mode: New information may be embedded and existing information may be overhauled or erased. Question Mode: Existing information may be seen and chose in view of an inquiry criteria. Enter Query shows up in the status line. Structure Modes

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Check Enter Query in Status Line: Some structures open in Query Mode. Enter Query: Enter a criteria to constrain the inquiry. Tally Query Hits: See what number of recourses your question will return. Execute Query: Displays one or more records or lets you know that your hunt discovered no records. Exit with Value: Select the worth and take the record back to your working structure. Inquiry Pull Down Menu: Count Query hits, Last Criteria, Cancel, Fetch Next Set of Records How would I Query????

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Help: Press at any field to show setting delicate specialized help. Piece, table, information sort, field length, properties are shown. Show Keys: Function key mapping reliant on terminal design. Rundown: Refers to the LOV catch for a thing. Show Error: Displays extra data around an issue. Print screen will duplicate this data. Element Help Query: Form, Block, and Field Level help are accessible by BANNER supplied help or nearby, establishment particular help. Programmed Hint/Auto Help: Message shows up consequently in the status line of a structure. Content changes naturally from field to field. This advises which frame to enter, rundown of capacities accessible, and what move to make next. HELP Functions

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