Medbag for HanDBase

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Medbag for HanDBase
Version: 1.0
Platforms: Series 60, Symbian OS
Developer: Ben Clinger
Distribution Type: Freeware
Downloads: 21
File Size: 13 Kb

Rating: 2.8/5 (Total votes: 4)

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Medbag for HanDBase - Medbag was written using HanDBase version 3 and its companion form program. Its purpose is to provide a simple method to record what is in multiple first aid boxes based on "owner name." The "linked", "relationship," and database popup (DB popup)field types are used throughout the application. Editing of the "child databases" should be done through the "parent" database in order to maintain proper indexing. There are three databases. Medbag is the primary database. It provides a place to record the owner's name, bag description, and notes. The "relationship" field type is used to "view owner items" and "# items in bag." The "linked" field type is used to link to the item list so that database may be edited. Tapping on "View OWNER Items" is the first step toward adding the inventory to the database. The MegBagItems database is where the work is really done. It captures the item description using the "database popup" field type and links to the item list using the "linked" field type. Item description, purchaes date, expiration, number stocked, supplier information, and similar information is maintained here. The MedBagList database is used to maintain a single item list of supplies to be tracked by the MegBagItems database. Cost information may be added to the application by adding supplier and cost information to this database and then use the MegBagItems database to calculate the totals. Within the Medbag database, the "filter" option may be used to provide a list of items needing to be replinished, a list of items needed, and related information. Setting up the internal linking for the "linked," "relationship," and "database popup" fields may be necessary in order for the databases to interact.

This app uses the "relationship" field type. Start the application by opening "MedBag" and from there, enter the required and even optional items to be tracked in the "MedBagList" database. After entering the data there, the documentation process is done in the "MedBagItems" database. A readme.txt file is included.

Requirements

HanDBase v.2.7x or greater

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