Create a uniform job description database.
Use the database administrator’s name to add data to the database, and you can create and delete jobs in the same manner.
The database administrator can edit jobs as well as delete them.
Create a database with a job title.
Use this option to add the title to the job description field.
This will allow users to see the name of the job as well.
If you do not add the job title, the database will automatically generate a title that can be used to create the job.
Add a custom database name.
Use these options to add a custom name to the data in the database.
The job name can be a combination of one or more letters or numbers, and it can contain an asterisk (*) or a dot (.) to indicate it is a unique database entry.
Use a variety of different database names to create different types of databases, including database administrator, uniform database and uniform job database.
Change a job description.
Use either the name or the title of the new job description to change the description of the database entry you just created.
Use “New Job” to create a new database entry and “Change Job” and “Delete” to delete jobs.
This option also allows you to delete a job.
Create an auto-updating database.
This method automatically creates and updates the database when the database database is updated.
To update a database, use “New Auto-Updating Database” and the name and title of your database entry as the arguments.
Use an asterisks (*) to indicate that you are creating a new data entry and a dot to indicate you are deleting a job entry.
This is useful for creating jobs in situations when the data needs to be updated regularly, or when an update is required for an existing database entry that was not updated previously.