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Kuika Data Types

There are different data types in the applications you will prepare. Creating the data with the right data types is crucial for both the correct operation of the application and the user experience.

Let's examine the data types that come with Kuika.

  • Boolean; Contains True/False values that can mean positive and negative or Yes/no
  • Date; only contains the date data value.
  • Date time; contains the time value in addition to the date. DatetimeOffset contains the Timezone. 
  • Int32; allows keeping integers.
  • Double; holds numbers up to 2 fractions.
  • Decimal; allows keeping numbers up to 10 fractions.
  • FileContent; is used to store files such as PDF.
  • Guid; indicates a singular value, such as an ID number. In the managedDB database, which is associated with a workspace specific to Kuika, an ID of GUID type is assigned to each record. 
  • Image; is used to store image files.
  • Location; is used to hold geographic coordinates and GPS data.
  • Signature; keeps the signature in image format.
  • String; stores alphanumeric characters. 
  • AutoIncrement; is an auto-incrementing value type.

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