Using ODK-X Tables.
ODK-X Tables is a program that allows you to visualize and update existing data.
Using Tables as your entry-point to data collection, you will be able to gather data using ODK-X Survey, sync it to a server using ODK-X Services, and have other users and edit this same data on their own devices.
, The creation of data tables is handled within the ODK-X Application Designer.
ODK-X Tables can display and present data, but cannot create Tables on the fly.
This enables the ODK-X Services application to enforce that the configuration of the device (its tables , HTML files, form definitions, and so on) are identical to those on the server.
, ODK Aggregate Tables Extension.
ODK Aggregate Tables Extensions enable the ODK-X tools to share data via bi-directional synchronization with a central ODK Aggregate server.
However, this approach is no longer supported, please migrate to ODK-X Sync Endpoint.
The ODK-X REST Protocol is compatible with ODK Aggregate v1.
The sync protocol has been augmented to cache the user’s permissions.
, Software The current and previous releases of ODK-X (formerly ODK 2) tools are hosted on GitHub in each tool#s repository.
The tools are generally updated every month, so stay up to date by watching the releases category on the forum.
ODK-X Tables, data # contains the database and row-level attachments (files).
output # contains files that are generated (such as detailed logging files) or exported (such as CSV files) by the ODK-X tools on the device.
system # an area maintained by the tools themselves ( ODK-X Survey, ODK-X Tables , ODK-X Scan, and so on).
These files are extracted and placed here by the APKs.
This project is actively maintained.
It is part of the ODK 2.
0 Android tools suite.
ODK Tables is a program that allows you to visualize and edit data, revisiting existing data and syncing it with an ODK Aggregate instance in the cloud.