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Database Manager - Clerk Database - Main Screen - Number

The Number field displays the Clerk Number.

Keystroke uses the Clerk Number to identify Clerks. Clerk Numbers cannot be changed on existing Clerk records.

The Clerk Number is the primary Indexed field that uniquely identifies each Clerk database record and may be used to log Clerks in. The Clerk Number has no specific meaning other than it is the actual Record Number that Keystroke uses to keep track of each Clerk.

As new Clerk records are added, Keystroke automatically assigns the Clerk Number according to the Next Number counter setting located in the Database Manager Setup Menu. The next available Clerk Number may be changed using the Next Number function. Care should taken when resetting the Next Number. Do not to specify a number lower than the highest Clerk Number already used because no two Clerk records may have the same Clerk Number.

Format: Integer

Maximum Clerk Number: 999,999,999 (~ 1 Billion)

Maximum Clerk Records: 999,999,999 (~ 1 Billion)

Indexing: Indexed


Clerk Database - Main Screen Fields

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