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New Database

The New Database screen is used to create a new database. Give the database a name. The name must be different from any other existing databases you may have.

The Account property allows you to specify whether the new database will be shared or not. A value of None means the database will be local and only available on this device. Picking any other value means the database will be shared with other copies of MyStuff2 on other iOS devices that have access to the same account.

Tap on Settings to bring up the database-specific Settings screen.

If you wish the database to include all of the sample categories, locations, actions, and lookup lists then turn on the Include Samples option.

Tap the Save button to create the new database. Tap the cancel button and return to the Databases screen without creating a new database.

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Edit Database

The Edit Database screen is used to edit an existing database. You can give the database a new name. The new name must be different from any other existing databases you may have.

The Account property allows you to specify whether the new database will be shared or not. A value of None means the database will be local and only available on this device. Picking any other value means the database will be shared with other copies of MyStuff2 on other iOS devices that have access to the same account.

If the current database has no account then choosing a shared account will make the database available to other devices with access to the same account. If the current database is already shared and None is selected, then the database will be deleted from the shared account and the database will become a local database on all shared devices.

Tap on Settings to bring up the database-specific Settings screen.

Tap the Save button to save the changes. Tap the cancel button and return to the Databases screen without changing the database.