The Land.db Client consists of six pages: Land, Resources, Production, Yield, Analysis and Reports. Each page has Tabs which vary by page and are found beneath the pages. Always select the Page and then choose the tab.
Almost every page in the software has a list of items on the left side of the page and the information screen (also an Edit screen) on the right portion of the page. When a user selects an item within the list, the window to the right will display the associated information.
Add, Remove and Back Buttons
Almost every page in the software has an Add and Remove button in the bottom left of the screen to add or remove an item to or from the.
Many screens have a Back button, similar to a web browser. If the user wants to return to the previous screen, simply click Back in the upper left corner of the viewing window. Note that the information the user is working with in the current window will not be saved if Back clicked before Complete.
If the user needs to update or edit an existing item, select the item in the list that needs editing. Roll the mouse over the various areas in the window to the right. The different editable areas will highlight with a box around the area and the word Edit will appear. Click inside the box to edit. Once changes are made select the Update button to save the changes.
When working with various features in the software, the user will navigate through pages of the template when creating a record. See the below example: Creating an application consists of a five page template to navigate through. Once the user fills out the information on the first page, they can advance by clicking the next page located at the top, center of the screen (see image below). Once the user has entered all relevant information on all the pages, the user will always select the Complete button at the bottom of the screen.
A user may advance pages but also return to the different pages during the record creation process in order to edit information before completing the entry.
Refresh / Synchronize Data
To synchronize changes made within the datasource, it is best practice to refresh the data periodically. To refresh a data source, select the Crop Year dropdown and re-select the same crop year.
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