You can use the ManageDB database provided by Kuika during the application development process with Kuika. By default, the ManageDB database provides some data tables that you may need during application development.
This training content consists of the following topics:
ManageDB and System Tables
1. ManageDB and System Tables
Every workspace created in Kuika has a local database available by default. This database is ManageDB.
Through the Kuika ManageDB database, it provides you with more than 10 data tables by default that you can use during application development.
Datasources view mode left menu Tables
You can view the system tables offered by default by clicking Tables in the left menu in Datasources view mode.
Diagram of the tables in the Datasources view mode database
AIn addition, you can view the system tables, the columns in the system tables and the relationships between the tables through the diagram in the Datasources view mode. The data presented by Kuika by default have the letter K in front of the name of the tables.
Through system tables, information such as user name information, role information, user role mappings, Device Id information based on user name in mobile applications, notification messages sent if notifications are used, and the status of users reading notification messages can be kept in the database.