You can start working in QuintaDB from uploading your existent CSV or Excel database. You just select your file from your PC and QuintaDB will create web-form based on your spreadsheet and database with same rows as you had in Excel
Assuming you have an Excel file, load it to QuintaDB using the Import form.
Please, notice that your columns now represent form fields. All your data is located on the Records page.
If your data is saved in CSV file you still can import it to the online database. All process is just the same. Only make sure your data is separated by comma: Column1, Column 2, Column 3
Also, if you have some issues while importing your Excel file, like blank records and unknown column names - most probably this is because you have data in your excel cells with new line breaks. You will be able to create your online database from CSV then.
In order to change the number of records per page go to Records menu and find Records per page slider in the left side menu:
If you need to find same records in the table, you can use "Find Duplicates" function.
You can find it in the "Import" menu.
Choose the column and press on "Search button".
Using the "Remove all duplicates" button you can delete all duplicates.
It is obvious that you should be able to update your data using Import at any time. You may want to Create new records or Update existing records when key data maches.
On the Records page you can see the Import link, using which you can add or update your data using Excel Import. Procedure is the same as when you migrate from the scratch. Just upload your excel file. Remember that file should include the first row with column names.
The order of fields doesn't matter, but presence of thess fields on your form is important, because if you don't have such fields they will be created. And if you rename fields in the Fields menu but not in Excel you will have twice more fields, which is not what you want. Using this trick you can update your database structure along with adding or updating records.
Also you can update existing records when the key data matches. Choose a column name (Unique field) to use it as a key for comparing data.
If your new record contains the same value in this column as one of your existing records, the existing record will be updated with the new data. If no match is found, a new record will be created.
To remove all records from the database go to the Records menu and find the button Delete all records under ‘Actions’ DropDown.
Please, see the screenshot below:
Be careful, you cannot recover deleted files without backup.