Data Structure CRUD Overview
  • 17 Oct 2022
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Data Structure CRUD Overview

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Overview

Decisions Data Structure Matrix
To learn more, refer to the Differences Between Data Structures article.

After creating a Data Structure capable of writing to the database, Designers maintain its data internally by implementing Create, Read, Update, and Delete (CRUD) actions via Flow steps. 

CRUD Action steps are auto-generated after creating the Data Structure and are accessible under the User Defined Types step category sorted by its Data Structure type. Expanding User-Defined Types reveals the sub-categories tabulated below: 

CategoryContents
Case Entity
Contains CRUD Flow steps for user-created Case Entities
CSV Structures
Contains CRUD Flow steps CSV generated data types
CSV Structures [Database Stored]
Contains CRUD Flow steps CSV generated data types
Database Structures
Contains CRUD Flow steps for user created Database Structures
Database Structures [Leased]
Contains CRUD steps for leased Database Structures
Defined Data Structures [Advanced]
Contains CRUD Flow steps for user-created Database Structures [Advanced]
EntitiesContains CRUD Flow steps for user created Entities
Entity Extensions
Contains CRUD steps for Entity Extensions
Flow Execution Extensions
Contains CRUD steps for Flow Execution Extensions
Folder Extensions
Contains CRUD steps for user created Folder Extensions
JSON Schema Structures
Contains serialization and deserialization steps for user-defined JSON Schema Types
JSON StructuresContains serialization and deserialization steps for user-defined JSON Types
XML StructuresContains serialization and deserialization steps for user-defined XML Types
XSD Structures
Contains serialization and deserialization steps for user-defined XSD Types


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