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You can enter multiple values ​​in the field. Multiple items can be grouped and treated as detailed information.

You can set it as "repeat item" by setting repeat attribute on item.

(1) Repeat item
You can set the "Repeat" attribute for items of string, numeric, date/time type.
(2) Repeat item - initial display number
You can specify the number of repetition item input fields when opening the new registration screen.
(3) Repeat item - the maximum number of repetition items
You can specify the maximum number of repeated items.
(4) Repeat item - delimiter
You can specify repeating items delimiter. Line feeds can also be specified.
(5) Repeat item - Display quantity
On the list screen, you can display the quantity of repeating items.
(6) Repeat container
Repetitive containers handle data in "detail" format. Multiple items can be grouped and added or deleted.
(7) Repeat container - initial display number
You can specify the number of repetition container input fields when opening the new registration screen.
(8) Repeat container - the maximum number of repeating items
You can specify the maximum number of repeated containers.
(9) Repeat container - Copy value when added
When adding, you can create an input field by copying the last entered value.
(10) Repetitive Container - Sort
You can rearrange (sort) in the repeating container.
(11) Repeat containers - rearrange rows
You can rearrange in the repeating container.
(12) Repeat Container - Display Control of Operation Button
You can change the names of "Add", "Insert" and "Delete" buttons and set display conditions.
(13) Repetitive Container - Hide Container ID
You can hide the numerical part of the repeating container ID on the registration/update screen.
(14) Repeat Container - Increase/decrease synchronization of another repeating container at the timing of update
You can increase or decrease another repeating container at the same time at the update timing.
(15) Repeat container - treat it as an independent model
I will explain how to treat repeating containers as a separate independent model. By doing this, you can conduct a search with the item skewered.
(16) Reference interlocking of repeating containers
Explain reference interlocking to repeating containers.
(17) [Application] Managing change history of data with repeating container
Here is an example of displaying all change history on arbitrary data on the screen.
(18) [Application] Managing the read status of data with a repeating container
Here is an example of keeping user's browsing record repeatedly in a container. You can search in unread/read status.