Databases MUST also be set up for Mobile Access

If you have an Event Form with a database in it, in order to get the database to appear in the Apple and Android applications you must set the Advanced Properties for the database for Mobile access as well. If you do not the database fields will not appear for selection

The Database in the example here has NOT been set up for access on the Mobile Version so it wil NOT appear in the Apple or Android Application

The Database in the example here has NOT been set up for access on the Mobile Version so it wil NOT appear in the Apple or Android Application

To set up a database to be able to be entered in the Apple or Android application you must open the database from the "Databases" list on the Builder site

To set up a database to be able to be entered in the Apple or Android application you must open the database from the "Databases" list on the Builder site

Select the Database from the Databases List

Select the Database from the Databases List

Go to the Properties by selecting the Database Name (the same way you select the Event Form Properties in the Form Builder) and then select the Advanced Properties

Go to the Properties by selecting the Database Name (the same way you select the Event Form Properties in the Form Builder) and then select the Advanced Properties

Go to the Advanced Properties and set the "Enable Mobile Access?" to "True" and Save the Database changes

Go to the Advanced Properties and set the "Enable Mobile Access?" to "True" and Save the Database changes

On the Apple and Andriod systems the database will be available for entry. Click on the "Select" button, type in the name and click search (see the step below)

On the Apple and Andriod systems the database will be available for entry. Click on the "Select" button, type in the name and click search (see the step below)

Type in the Name of the Database field in the search text area (left). Then click Search (on the right)

Type in the Name of the Database field in the search text area (left). Then click Search (on the right)

Select the correct database option from the list of database options that appear

Select the correct database option from the list of database options that appear

The Database option will appear in the Event Form on the Mobile App

The Database option will appear in the Event Form on the Mobile App

If you have a Database field that is set to auto fill additional fields (once a database option is selected), the autofill fields will also be entered.

If you have a Database field that is set to auto fill additional fields (once a database option is selected), the autofill fields will also be entered.

The example in the image here shows that once the database option D500 was selected, the Name and Description were auto filled from the additional Database information

Additionally, if a Database is set to "Group By", these searches are now working on the Mobile applications

Additionally, if a Database is set to "Group By", these searches are now working on the Mobile applications

The Searches are now working on the Mobile application. The example in the image here shows the search through a Medical Database's categories:

#1: Write in the name of the database you are searching for

#2: Click on the Category Search Bar

#3: Choose the Category that you want to limit the search by

#4: Then click Search in the main Database Search field

The search will be limited by both the category and any text written into the search box.

You will need to set any Database that you want to access on the Mobile Applications to "Enable Mobile Access" = "True". If you do not, the database will NOT appear for selection on the Apple or Andriod Applications

Any problems with setting up a Database please write your question in below. Keep in mind that large databases will take up memory, so consider what data you need access to before enabling it for Mobile Access

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