Wagby's standard is "Pessimist lock"is.I will explain the behavior when pessimistic locking is done here.
When a certain user (A) has opened the data update screen, until the update work is completed, the other user (B)I can not open the same data update screen. In this case, when User B tries to open the update screen (of that data), the message as shown in Fig. 1 will be displayed.
Suppose that the user (A) leaves the update screen open for some reason.In this case, A will be "logged off" automatically after a certain period of time.This "time not to operate at all" is set as "session timeout".The standard is 20 minutes, but you can change this value.
It is also possible to forcibly log off the user (A).The system administrator has the function of logging out the logged-on user at present by dedicated screen operation.
Locks acquired on the update screen are released in one of the following cases:
Here is an example of changing the page title to "good customer update".
Open the Search/List display tab in the screen tab.Enter a character in the "Page Title" column.
An example of setting descriptive text is shown below.
Open the Search/List display tab in the screen tab.Enter a letter in the "Description text" field.
HTML tags can also be added to the description.You can say that you can use the br tag if you want the text to break in the middle.For details, please read "Search/list display> Explanatory text - Add HTML tag".
In Wagby, the user who closed the browser automatically logs off after the session timeout.This setting is to unlock the user when re-logging on before the session timeout.
Therefore, if the user closes the Web browser with the update screen open, the update lock on that data will remain.
This setting isOnly for the same user, when re-logging on, automatically unlockTo do.It is invalid by standard.
For example, log on with the user1 account and open the editing screen for certain data.At this time, you can log on again with the user1 account on another PC (browser) and open the same data editing screen.It automatically releases the first update lock and gets lock again.
If you log on with another account, you will get an error saying "Can not update because it is locked."
You can confirm when updating.An "update confirmation" button is prepared on behalf of the "save" button.(FIG. 7)
When the update confirmation button is pushed, a message indicating whether or not updating is acceptable is displayed.(Fig. 8) If you press the "return to update screen" button here, you can return to the screen shown in Fig. 7.
If you click "Update" button in Figure 8, it will be updated.(Figure 9)
Activate "Display confirmation screen" in the setting field of the update screen.
You can specify the page title prepared on the confirmation screen
If you set the regular update screen page title (Figure 3) and leave this field blank, the update screen page title setting (Figure 3) is diverted to the page title for the confirmation screen.
You can change the messages and styles provided on the confirmation screen.
Figure 13 shows the screen reflecting the settings in Figure 12.
"Customize button name and display conditionsI will explain it.