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Working with Records

After you create a table and the fields it contains, you can store data in tables using records. Each record is a row that consists of each field in the table.

In This Section

How to: View Records in Tables

Describes how to view records, which store data, in tables.

How to: Navigate Records in Tables

Describes how to move through records in tables.

How to: Filter Records in Tables

Describes how to display only certain records or restrict access to them.

How to: Configure Browse Windows or Grids

Describes how to customize the display of browse windows or grids.

How to: Add Records to Tables

Describes how to add records to tables for storing data or appending records from other tables or files.

How to: Add Data to Records

Describes how to add data to records after creating new records or replace data in existing records.

How to: Delete Records in Tables

Describes how to mark records for deletion, which remain on disk until you remove them.

How to: Restore Deleted Records

Describes how to restore records marked for deletion.

How to: Remove Deleted Records

Describes how to remove records marked for deletion permanently from disk.

Related Sections

Working with Data

Provides an overview and information about using data in your applications, for example, analyzing data requirements and designing your application components to meet those requirements.

Working with Tables (Visual FoxPro)

Introduces creating and working with tables.

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