|01||Calculated Attribute Field Examples||2 m|
|02||Configuring the Full Name Calculated Attribute||6 m|
|03||Configuring the Day of the Week Calculated Attribute||4 m|
|04||Configuring the Count of Characters Calculated Attribute||4 m|
|05||Configuring a WorkView Trigger vs a Calculated Attribute||3 m|
|08||WorkView: Building Your First WorkView Solution|
|09||WorkView: Hands-On Lab|
|12||WorkView Implementation (Instructor-Led Training)|
|13||WorkView: Application Creation Excelerator (ACE)|
|14||WorkView: Notifications with ObjectPop & FilterPop|
|15||WorkView: Data Sets|
Calculated Attributes can enhance the user experience in a WorkView solution by performing calculations with existing attribute data, and presenting the calculation as an effective result. This calculation is done in real-time and reflected in the user experience.
To use permanent data to retrieve, report, or modify something in a solution, you might use WorkView Triggers instead, as Calculated Attributes are not permanently stored.
This short course will provide you with real-world examples for Calculated Attributes, and show you how to configure them as part of a WorkView solution. The course also describes when to consider WorkView Triggers rather than Calculated Attributes, and shows you the configuration for a WorkView Trigger as well.