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Human Genome News Archive Edition

Human Genome News, November 1993: 5(4)


GDB 5.2 Enhances Output

GDB 5.2 Enhances Output In Genome Data Base (GDB) Version 5.2 to be released this winter, output report generation has been revised to ''look and feel'' like the data managers. The new Output Manager includes the following capabilities:

  • Report Contents: (1) generate reports that include data updates only; (2) specify order of related data; (3) specify inclusion of page breaks; (4) specify inclusion of SQL query; and (5) output Field Values, Online Help, and User Accounts.
  • Report Definition, Saving, and Generation: (1) Save and use session defaults for Table/Detail format and order of related data, (2) define and modify reports without having to generate them, and (3) cancel scheduled reports before they are generated.

A detailed description of how to use the Output Manager and other new features will be available online in Release Notes under ''News.''


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