Case management is a common database task. A 'case' typically corresponds to a row in a database: it can be selected then modified or deleted; or a new case can be added.
EASA makes building a database-driven case management application very straightforward.
PIPricing.easap, below, uses a SQL Server database to implement a case management example involving insurance underwriting calculations.
Please download and unzip: http://help.myeasa.com/5_5/resources/PIPricing.zip
We now have:
The database has been 'restored'.
Now we import PIPricingTool.easap.
Now we configure the database and driver on the EASA Server
The settings in this file will help configure EASA Server database connection, below.
The main table will show rows of data, selectable with the mouse or Search Criteria. Once a row is selected other controls modify the record across the various sections identified by tabs. Once a new row has been created or an existing row has been updated Open PDF or Submit Report save the data as a PDF or write it to an Excel template, respectively.