This example shows basic DBGate features:
DBGate supports the following ways to save changes:
Try these examples:
You can analyze requests and returned results using the browser developer tools.
You can find the definition of any object using the code browser below.
Take a look at the procedures used to save changes. They are simple.
Note that DBGate generates the metadata model, automatically reading the database metadata under the user's account.
Note that in a production environment, DBGate requires a username and a password to connect to a database.
These samples do not require credentials for demo purposes.
DBGate creates the webforms automatically based on underlying database objects.
For example, it creates the s01_cashbook form using the s01.cashbook declaration only.
You can download samples for any supported database platform with the SaveToDB SDK.