In the lifecycle of any app, there often arises a need to remove certain records. Whether it’s for the purpose of decluttering outdated information or simply keeping your database streamlined, deleting records is a crucial task.
In Codeless ONE, we’ve streamlined this process to ensure it’s efficient and user-friendly.
Here’s a guide on how to delete an existing record.
Locating the Record: First, identify the record you wish to delete.
(Demonstrating how to delete using the Split view, we’ll remove a record.)
Initiating Deletion: Next to the record, you’ll find a button.
Click on it to reveal two options: ‘Refresh‘ and ‘Delete.’
Proceed with Caution: Upon selecting ‘Delete’, a confirmation message will appear. This is a safeguard to ensure you don’t accidentally remove important data.
Final Step: Confirm the deletion by clicking the ‘Delete’ button in the pop-up message. This action permanently removes the record from your app, making it neither visible nor retrievable.
Efficiently Managing Large Volumes of Data
In the table view of your app, simply click on the checkbox at the left-hand end of each record row.
Note: To select all records, click the checkbox at the top of the column.
After selection, a delete button will appear. Clicking this button triggers a warning message, ensuring you are fully aware of the action you’re about to take.
Finalize your decision by clicking ‘Delete‘ on the warning prompt.
This will remove all selected records in a single action.
A Word of Caution
Irreversible Action: Keep in mind that deletion, whether single or bulk, is irreversible. Once you delete records, they are permanently removed. It’s always wise to double-check before confirming any deletion.
By offering both single and bulk deletion options, Codeless ONE provides you with flexibility and control in managing your app’s data. Whether it’s a single piece of outdated information or a large batch of records, our platform ensures that your data management is both efficient and secure.
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Updated on January 17, 2024