When you navigate to the search page of an effective-dated page, the available page actions appear below the final search field.
In this case, for Names, the Include History and Correct History page actions are available. If you want to be able to view all data row categories, but insert or change future rows only, the correct page action to select is Include History. This brings you to the component page in Update/Display All mode.
Enter the desired information into the ID field. Enter
Click the Include History option.Step 2
Click the Search button.Step 3
The Names page is displayed.
Click the Name History link.Step 4
Notice the scroll area in the upper right displays 1-2 of 2.
In this example, this person has two rows because she was married in 2002 and changed her name. Notice that her last name used to be Briener.Step 5
This same person is now going through a divorce and will be assuming her maiden name again. A future row of data needs to be inserted to reflect this new information.
Click the Add Row button.Step 6
Notice that 1-3 of 3 now appears in the scroll area.
When you insert a new row into an effective-dated table, the data from the current row is copied down to the new row. This way, you can make any necessary changes for the new row without wiping out data that you aren't going to change.Step 7
Click the Edit Name link.Step 8
When you insert a new row, the effective date defaults to the current system date, but you can override it if necessary.
Enter the desired information into the Effective Date field. Enter
Click the Prefix list.Step 10
Click an entry in the list.Step 11
Click in the First Name field.Step 12
Click in the Middle Name field.Step 13
Click in the Last Name field.Step 14
Enter the desired information into the Last Name field. Enter
Click the OK button.Step 16
Click the OK button.Step 17
Click the Save button.Step 18
The Names page is now updated with the new information. You have successfully viewed data using the Include History page action and added a future effective-dated row of data.
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