Viewing a database

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You'll be able to view the contents of your current database entries...

It really needs to be viewable in simple text as csv and and in tables... databases can get quite complex very quickly and viewing as as stacked data set makes almost no sense IMHO. Viewing as a text file will speed reusage of the datasets as it makes it easier to manipulate the data later.--Dennis Daniels 20:00, 25 May 2006 (WST)
Furthermore, the list needs to have the ability to add multiple approval checkboxes so that a teacher/TA can scan down and approve lots of entries without have to have the page refresh everytime... hard on the server... and very slow...think about using the same kind of quick grading interface used in the assignment module... and extending the tags so that they can be used anywhere!--Dennis Daniels 20:39, 25 May 2006 (WST)

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There's also view single


You can add comments to the entries there...


How can I tell who made what entry? There's no indication of 'ownership' of the data entry---Dennis Daniels 16:38, 25 May 2006 (WST)
I wonder who else can add comments? Teachers? Students? Is this a future role thing?--Dennis Daniels 16:00, 25 May 2006 (WST)