Sort Icon Explanation
   

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Click the link below will bring a separate browser window with a list of the data tables available. Click whichever data table you would to use. Reading the short user guide to the right will help you know what to do next.

List of Available Web-interactive Databases

UCR Herbarium
Staff
Database
Projects
Contacts
Holotypes
Publications


A Botany Ph.D. student


Data Entry


Pasting

Welcome to the User Guide for the Sort Icon Options

Important notes:

Log Out when you are done.

Use only the buttons on the pages themselves to move between table and form modes and to do searches, sorts and other tasks. Avoid hitting your browser's back or forward buttons to return to previous views or to abort an operation. Doing so may cause a problems with the functioning of the database web server.

The web database server is compatible only with current versions of Apple Safari, Google Chrome or Microsoft Internet Explorer.

Database User Guide (Sort Icon)

Welcome to the Circle Icon Explanations. Clicking the full graphic-icon tools panel image right below allows you to return to the general explanation of the user interface.

This action panel allows you to select the fields within the current layout that you want to use to sort the records in the current found set. You move a field from the “Choose Fields” subpanel to the “Sort Order” subpanel by selecting the field(s) and click the “> Move >” button. The order of fields in the “Sort Order” subpanel determines the primary, secondary, tertiary, etc. order of the records. The records are first sorted by the primary sort field, then within those records with matching primary sort field, the secondary sort field is used to sort the subsets of records, and so forth for the teritary and further sort fields. You can whether a field using an ascending, descending or custom order in the sort process. You can sort or unsort the records or cancel the sort process.

   

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