A symbol representing the class type is shown here.
Here, you will see all default object classes and classes that you have defined yourself. Default object classes will be shown with the name colored blue and in italics, and user-defined classes will be shown as normal black text. For program-internal reasons, default object classes cannot be deleted or changed.
Here, you will see all attributes of the currently selected object class. Default attributes will be shown with the name colored blue and in italics, and user-defined attributes will be shown as normal black text. For program-internal reasons, default attributes cannot be deleted or changed.
Displays the data type of the attribute.
Displays the field length.
The name of the object class, the base class and the name of the database table for the values, which have been entered for the objects of the currently selected class, are shown here.
Opens a dialog where a new custom class can be created. The new class is not a mandatory class and can be edited later or even deleted.
Opens a dialog where the currently selected custom class can be edited.
Deletes the currently selected custom class.
Opens a dialog where a new custom attribute can be created. This menu item is available when a class is selected. Custom attributes are not mandatory attributes.
Opens a dialog where the currently selected custom attribute can be edited.
Deletes the currently selected custom attribute.
Opens a dialog where the order of objects, e.g. in the list view in the User Manager, can be defined.
Export / Import
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