Attributes are the fields that make up a Registry. They are equivalent to the columns of a table. Each attribute has a Type which denotes what type of data (text, number, date, etc.) can be stored by it.
Create a nre Attributes
Click on Create button to create a new Attribute.

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Give a name and a description to it. The description is optional, but is useful for the users of your system because it appears as a Tool Tip Help in the fields of Screens where this Attribute is used. After setting all the properties of the Attribute click the Save button to effectively create the Attribute. To view the Attributes in the Registry click in the small plus sign (+) next to the Registry name. The Attribute list is shown.

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Attribute type
The selection of the Attribute type must be done very carefully, because once data has been saved it can not be changed. In the Attribute screen when selecting a type appears a Tool Tip Help that explains each one of them. Please consult this help to correctly select the type you want.

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An Attribute Age is set to the type Number as shown below. (Do not forget: to create an Attribute first click on the Create button, set its properties and then click Save).

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An Attribute Gender is of the type List of values. This type allows that only some possible values are defined for the Attribute (Female or Male). In the properties it is possible to construct such a list, as shown below. Click Add for each list item. Note that each item can also contain an Identifier that would be a "shortening" that can be useful for importing and exporting data.

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Related Attributes
Through an Attribute of type Oher Registry grid you can associate a Registry to another as "child". This can create associations between data structure. Before making any association between Registries both must be already created. These associations can be of two kinds: exclusive or not exclusive (shared).
Exclusive: The associated data belong exclusively to a given (one line) Registry "parent" and can not be shared with other data. For example, this is useful to associate a person with its personal documents, which will be the documents that are usually unique to each person.

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Open the Screen Registration and you can see in the following figure how a screen with exclusive association is shown. Note that the "children" data can be edited directly within the given "parent" Screen.

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Not exclusive: The associated data can be shared between different data (rows) of "parent" Registry For example, you can associate a person with the companies where he/she worked. Usually companies are not unique to a particular person, and vice versa. The non-exclusive associations can be bi-directional, ie, allow the association between data in both directions. I can view the companies in which a person worked and can also refer to the people who worked in a particular company.

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In the following figure you can see that two non-exclusive associations are made between two previously registered data (one Person associated to two Companies).

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Note that you can see in the Company's screen, all the the people associated with it, because the association was declared as bi-directional.

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