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It depends on where you are searching from.

When you perform a search from the My Apps page, you are searching the Name, Description, and Manager fields of all applications. The search results list all of the applications to which you have access that fit the search criteria.

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For all QuickBase users, you can find the database ID of a table in the address bar of your browser when you're looking at any page of the table. The home page of all QuickBase applications has a DBID that does not refer to any of the tables in the application. You must navigate to a form or view that is specific to your table to cause the proper dbid to appear in your browser's address bar.

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In certain cases, a Billing Account Administrator can turn off your ability to stay signed in. Some companies turn this feature off for security reasons. If this is an issue for you, check with your Account Administrator.

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Yes! QuickBase works on your iPhone. While you can access pretty much any QuickBase feature from your phone, Intuit recommends that you limit your activities to using applications only. Find, view and update information in an application, but do not attempt to change the structure of the application via iPhone. Do advanced customizations on a full computer only.

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The QuickBase API allows Web page designers, Perl, Java, and Visual Basic developers to access QuickBase from their pages or code.

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No anyone who programs in an environment that supports HTTP POSTs and GETs can make use of the QuickBase API. This includes but is not limited to C, C++, Python programmers as well as Cold Fusion developers.

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In your URL commands to QuickBase, you must encode any special characters within the query string. This applies only if those characters are in either a field name or value of your attribute.

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If everyone using a particular QuickBase table or application package sets their browser's character encoding (on Internet Explorer click on the "View" menu and select "Encoding") to the same setting then everything will be displayed and edited consistently whether the setting is a single byte character encoding like IS0-8559 or Western European (Windows) or a multi-byte character encoding like Un

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1. On the Table bar, open the table containing the field.

2. Click Settings.

3. Choose Fields.

4. There is an optional column here showing the fid's. If you don't see it, click Advanced Options, check the "Field id" checkbox and click Save.

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Please see our About Field Types help topic for more information.

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