Entering data into a database


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Entering data into a database

Now that we have created our database, added our data fields and modified our Template. The next step in building our database is to begin entering data into the database. To do this, make sure you are inside of your database and click on the tab for Add entry. A data entry form has been created for you automatically and all we need to do is fill out the data fields that are associated with the form. Let's go ahead and add the species that we have been working with thus far throughout the training. So the first one is Gymnothorax funebris. The Common_Name for this is the Green Moray Eel. We'll go ahead and click the Save and add another.

And we'll also add in the coral Acropora palmata. The Common_Name for this is the Elkhorn coral. We'll go ahead and click Save and view. Our data entries have been saved and after a few seconds, the last entry that we added will show up in the single view. If we click on the View list, we can see the list of all the organisms that we have...

Entering data into a database
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Entering data into a database provides you with in-depth training on Education + Elearning. Taught by Chris Mattia as part of the Moodle 1.9 Essential Training for Teachers

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Education + Elearning
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