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Database Keys actions

Create New Database Key

This is carried out using the Create new Database Key toolbar button.  A new database key is added to the bottom of the list of existing database keys.  Its name is New Key.  If New Key exists already, its name is New Key 2 (the number can be incremented accordingly).  Column Name is set to the value Not configured.  Its State is Added.  Having added a database key, it is selected automatically.

Configure Existing Database Key

This is carried out inline in the grid.  When you make changes to a previously-saved key its State is set to Edited.

Delete Selected Database Keys

This is carried out in the toolbar.  A deleted key's State is set to Deleted, and its row text color to red.  You are no longer able to select a deleted row.  When you delete a newly-Added database key, it is removed from display immediately.  Note that you can delete multiple database keys concurrently.  You cannot delete a database key when it is being used in a resolution level.

Save Changes to Database Keys

Save is carried out using the Save changes to Database Keys toolbar button. When invoked, the changes you have made are validated.  Any validation errors are advised in a dialog.  You are not able to proceed with Save until you have resolved them.  Following a successful save, database keys are displayed in alphabetical order.  All keys' States are updated to Unchanged.  Any Deleted database keys are removed from display.


This option reloads the contents of the interface from the operational database.  If changes have been made, a ‘Save Changes?’ dialog is shown.

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