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Use a field of type "Formula - URL (Link)". Set the cover text to "Click Here.." and then use a formula to point to a view that selects for only one record based on the Record ID# field which is unique for every record.

The URL for a view using the API is for example:

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1. In the HEAD section of your Web page, add the following <script> block:

<script lang="javascript" src="https://www.quickbase.com/db/dddddddd?a=API_GetRecordAsHTML&rid=n&jht=1">
</script>

where dddddddd is the database ID and n is the record ID for the record that you want to embed.

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All you have to do is use the following URL:

https://www.quickbase.com/db/main?a=api_authenticate&username=yourEmailA...

Just plug your email address (or QuickBase screen name) and password into the appropriate places above. You can make this URL into a shortcut or a bookmark in your browser.

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1. Create the report that you want to embed. If you're not familiar with how to create a table report, the following link explains the steps.

https://www.quickbase.com/help/creating_a_table_view.html

2. In the HEAD section of your Web page, add the following <script> block:


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Yes, there is, the source is available from GitHub: https://github.com/QuickbaseAdmirer/QuickBase-Java-SDK

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The QuickBase query language is described in detail in the QuickBase API Guide: http://www.quickbase.com/api-guide/index.html#componentsquery.html

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In December 2008, Intuit QuickBase introduced a new security enhancement, application tokens. This error means that your application requires tokens and that an API call to your application does not contain a token assigned to your application.

Read more at https://www.quickbase.com/help/app_tokens.html

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In December 2008, Intuit QuickBase introduced a new security enhancement, application tokens. Read more at https://www.quickbase.com/help/app_tokens.html

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The only API call that returns a ticket as a cookie is the API_Authenticate call. So if you want to do several API calls one after another you either have to supply a username and password for each call or you can start with the API_Authenticate call and it will return a ticket as a cookie.

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