Test roadmap 1
If you prefer the shorter version of this script go to the Express roadmap 1. In it the same features are shown in a more succinct and direct way.
 
Create an account
Create an account if you does not have one. If you already have access the account by name.
Import a Registry and its Attributes
Go to the Registries screen by clicking on the vertical side menu in Registry. This screen opens with a list of existing Registries in the account.

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Locate the top horizontal menu. Select the item Add to add a new Registry.

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On the screen you have two options: at the top you can create a new Registry giving a name to it; at the bottom of the screen you can import a Registry from a spreadsheet. Let's use this. Download the Guest1.xls spreadsheet and use it on import. Select it by clicking Choose File.

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On the screen that appears immediately after the spreadsheet load is possible to confirm the import data (only after confirming they are effectively imported). This screen shows a table with the Registry being created and a table with the data being imported. To confirm click Click to import ALL data of columns SHOWN below ....

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Use the imported application
Once the import has finished in the top horizontal menu click List. The Registry Guest: Guest will be on the list. You can also see the screen you just created called Guests. Click in the vertical menu Open Screen ... and select the screen Guests. Note that in the vertical menu appeared Guest as a new item. This is your first INubem application! Browse your application in the top horizontal menu.

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You can also use the search feature Find to locate the data. You can select one of the listing data and see how it can be edited. Notice how the Email field can only receive values with e-mail format. Note that the Name field is required. Note also that the Status values are in a list. All this was set in the import spreadsheet, using the parameters passed in the second row of the spreadsheet Guest1.xls. For details of how to set these parameters see the import reference.

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Change an already created application: define new Attributes and a new Screen
As you can see, the screen Guests allows all fields to be edited, as well as data to be exported and imported. Let's now create a new Attribute (field) which is a list of Categories and make another Screen where you can only change the data in the Confirmation Status from Category of Guest. This new screen can be assigned later to a user who only makes confirmation of the Guest, but can not change other fields.
Click the vertical side menu under Registry and select in the list the newly created record Guest: Guest.

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In the top horizontal menu click Edit Guest: Guest (1). it will open the Registry. Note that in the tree on the left is the Registry name Guest: Guest. By clicking the plus sign (2) next to this name the tree opens and you can see the Attributes: Name, Email and Confirmation Status. By clicking on each of them you can view its properties on the dashboard just right. Note, for example, how you can easily add values to elements of list of Confirmation Status.
Click the tree on the Registry name Guest: Guest (3) and in the right pane, on their properties will see a link to Import data from a file (4).

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The screen that opens is similar to that used to create the registry. To modify an existing Registry is necessary that the Create new or modify current Registry/Attributes has the value Create and or modify, as shown in the following figure. Download the Guest2.xls spreadsheet and use it to import, select it by clicking Choose File.

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The next screen shows a summary of the imported data, click Create / Change an Attribute on Registry... .

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Done that, the Registry has been changed and the new Screen can be seen by clicking Open Screen... in the side vertical menu. Note that on the top horizontal menu are not available options to add new records or import.

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Create a Registry with exclusive assoociated data
We will create a Registry called Guest: Phone and link its data to Guest: Guest. So we can relate to each Guest one or more phones. This association will be exclusive, ie the phones are associated exclusively to each guest. In addition we will create in the Registry Guest: Phone a list type Attribute called Phone Type. We already know this type of attribute from the initial importation of the guest, but it will be created a mnemonic identifier for each list item. This identifier will be used later when the data is exported to spreadsheets or when they are imported from spreadsheets. For now do not worry about it.
As you may have noticed we are giving each Registry a name with the format Guest: XXXX (Guest: Guest and Guest: Phone). The prefix Host: is not required. It serves only to identify that these Registries are part of a set of Registries related to what we call Guest. You can use the nomenclature you want without any prefix.
Let's reopen the Registry Guest: Guest, as was done in the previous step. Click on the vertical side menu under Registry and select from the list the registry Guest: Guest (see Figure 7). In the top horizontal menu click Edit Guest: Guest. When opening the Registry click the tree on the Registry name Guests: Guest and in the right pane, in its properties click the Import data from a file (Figure 8).
Download the Guest3.xls spreadsheet and use it to import, select it by clicking Choose File. Do not forget to mark the Create new or modify current Registry/Attributes with the value Create and or modify (Figure 9). On the next screen click on Click to import ALL data of columns SHOWN below ..., as it did in Figure 4.
If the Screen Guests is open close it on the Close Guests in the upper right corner. This is necessary for the changes to be loaded when reopen the Screen as shown in Figure 5.

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On the Guest list, select one and click the Edit item from the top horizontal menu.

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Now you can see that beyond previous data, the guest Registry has a field named Guest: Phone. By clicking on it the phone list of the selected guest is shown.

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Create an associated Registry with shared data and that allows inverse associations
Let's now create a new Registry called Guest: Event (with the same prefix as the previous, but, as already mentioned, this is not mandatory). This record contains the basic details of an event for which guests will be attending. Unlike the record Guest: Phone associated data are not exclusive: a guest can be associated with some events and in turn the same event may be associated with several guests. In addition, we will create a way of seeing associations in both directions: when viewing a guest you can see the list of events associated with it and consulting an event let you see the guest list associated with it, which is quite useful.
Let's reopen the Registry Guest: Guest, as was done in the previous step. Click on the vertical side menu under Registry and select from the list the registry Guest: Guest (see Figure 7). In the top horizontal menu click Edit Guest: Guest. Click the tree on the Registry name Guests: Guest and in the right pane, in its properties click the Import data from a file (Figure 8).
Download the Guest4.xls spreadsheet and use it to import, select it by clicking Choose File. Do not forget to mark the Create new or modify current Registry/Attributes with the value Create and or modify. On the next screen click on Click to import ALL data of columns SHOWN below ....

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If the Screen Guests is open close it on the Close Guests in the upper right corner. This is necessary for the changes to be loaded when reopen the Screen as shown in Figure 5.
In the guest list select one item and click on Edit in the top horizontal menu (Figure 13).
Now you can see that beyond previous data, the Guest Registry has a field named Guest: Event. By clicking on it the events list of the selected guest is shown.

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Note that the list of events is not exclusive of a guest, so it appears with a list of associated items. The events associated with the guest are those marked in the first column of the list. You can also view all events available in order to associate with this guest. See how it looks when selecting Show All.

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Unlike the phone that can be added to each guest, events must be created and changed in its own screen. A new Registry was created called Guest: Event. In addition, a new Screen named Events has been added to the system and it can be opened by clicking Open Screen... at the top of the vertical side menu. Note that in this screen has a list of associated guests.

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Congratulations! This script has been finalized. For details on how to build their own import spreadsheets see the import reference.