Default database structure…. 2012-07-05T05:26:33+00:00

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  • Jfw
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    Post count: 36

    Hello,

    I am using the tabbles but I still miss a feature… the possibility to extend the database structure with plugins…
    Let me try to explain…
    In a way or another you can download some partial structures like "Years". When adding it to do database you would have "2006, 2007, 2008, 2009, 2010". You could also download the structure "Month" with… January, …well you get the picture
    You can also imagine some more complex structures like "Project" with "Project", "To Do’", "MoM", "Project plan", "Risks"… or a structure like "Invoice" with "Customer", "To invoice", "Invoiced", "Paid", "To Pay", "Tax"…

    Well I guess you get the picture…Ideally the structure thing should be community based, adding partial structures should not everwrite the DB, removing the structure should untagg all the files that are belonging to a "structure"…and when importing a structure it should show all the tables created and let you choose if you want to create it and to assign a color….

    Well that’s all…As I do not know haw the DB thing is structured I do not know the level of difficulty to implement this.

    All comments & remarks are welcome.

    Br
    Jf

  • Andrea
    Keymaster
    Post count: 892

    Hi Jfw

    "Jfw" wrote:
    Well I guess you get the picture…Ideally the structure thing should be community based, adding partial structures should not everwrite the DB, removing the structure should untagg all the files that are belonging to a "structure"…and when importing a structure it should show all the tables created and let you choose if you want to create it and to assign a color….

    Makes a lot of sense! I think we can have this feature implemented… I guess it’s already in our todo list, but quite in the bottom 🙂

    Thanks!

    Andrea

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