Controllers define metadata used by the application framework to retrieve data, present it to the users, and respond to actions in live applications.
|Allow Annotations||Specifies if notes and files can be attached to individual data rows by users. Requires ASP.NET Authentication.|
|Conflict Detection||Specifies a conflict detection strategy.|
|Connection String Name||Specifies an alternative connection string name that is defined in the web.config file.|
|Controller Name||Specifies the name of the controller. If the controller is derived from a table, the table name will be used.|
|Handler||Specifies the name of a business rules class that can be extended to respond to controller actions. If the handler does not exist, it will be created when the application is generated.|
|Status Bar||Specifies a status map that will be displayed to the end user.|
Learn how to work with controllers in the Project Designer.
Learn to drag and drop controllers in the Project Explorer.
|Data Controller Virtualization||Learn how to dynamically change the data controller elements at runtime.|
|Read-Only Data Access||Learn how to control data editing capabilities by role.|
|Configuring Workflow Status||Learn how to configure an automatic status bar reflecting the internal state of data objects|