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Creating the data table

Create an app called DairyApp. When you open the application, it opens with the Designer view. Open the Datasources panel from the top edge. This view helps you view, edit, and add new data sources within the application.

When we open the Datasources panel, we see the schema of the predefined data tables. In the list on the left side, we display the data source and the lists of actions and tables added or created under this data source. You can create new actions and tables as well as edit the added ones. ManagedDB is a 'Workspace' defined local database hosted on Kuika servers and linked to your account. You can also use MSSQL, Open - Swagger API, and Csharp data sources externally.

Let's add a new data table to the ManagedDB datasource.

Write the name of the table as Dairy on the screen that opens with the New table. Let's start adding the table columns with the line just below. Type column name ID and choose its type as GUID. Select Required and Unique options and add them with the ADD button. Type Title in ColumnName. Select String from the Type section. String represents a text. Specify the number of characters for the title. Basically, 160 or 200 characters will suffice. I will choose the number of characters as 160. Mark Required. Header is not a unique column. The same title can be used. You can use this unique part for fields such as a phone's IMEI number. Add the column with the Add button. Add another required column, whose type is also a string with the name ‘Content’ and the number of characters is 2000. Add another column named Date. Make the type Date and required. Add with the Add button. Finally, add a string column named tags for the tag, and save the data table.

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