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Categorization Tags

(Categorization labels)

Categorization labels are another way you organize the records. You can literately create any kind of tag you want to label a record. Some records you might want to organize by department or perhaps a specific area that location of client falls into. This is an example which has been done for this database table: Configure New Tags. Notice on the bottom there are two "Categorization Labels". The first one is titled "Area" and the second one is "Department". The "Area" label has a list of 27 items and the "Department" has a list of 16 items. The list works just like "Attribute List" which was covered earlier. Next we will cover creating new tags and adding multiple tags in Admin for a particular record.

When you access the tags from a record from admin, they will appear like this: Configure Multiple Tags. Notice on the bottom there are two tsgs in "Area". The first one is "England" and the second one is "Eugene, OR". As you can see it is possible to add more than one tag to a record. You can also add sub-categories which I will cover next. So, however you want to use categories you have a multitude of options you can use.

Notice in the picture above which appears when you click on "Create new class of labels" under "Categorization Labels:" on the configuration page. On the very top there appears the ID which is not set in this form because it hasn't been created yet. You'll notice under that "Sub-Class To" This becomes active if you have already created another class of labels which has "Yes" on "Multi-level?". So selecting "Yes" here allows sub-levels to this. You can then select the "Max Levels" which determines how many sub-levels are allowed. If you want to use this category of label under any other Class that allows for "Multi-level?" you would select global under Scope, otherwise select local. "Multi-View" allows you to see all categories below this.

So you can see that unlike most web based tagging; you are able to create a hierarchy similar to folders. Lets say you have a database table of movies. You could create a sub-category of ""Italian Horror" under ""Horror". This is just an example. So this can be a great advantage in locating certain records based on the tags you created. This makes Onlineformsgenerator a very versatile application.

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