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All our White Papers are in Adobe Acrobat (PDF) format and can be downloaded from this page. They provide more information about how to use the different load options available in DataLoad to load data and setup in to any application or database.
DataLoad is used by thousands of users worldwide, but as with all software unless you know some basic principles then it can remain a mystery. This white paper outlines the options available in DataLoad to load data in to applications.
Macro loads are the most commonly used loads in DataLoad and are the start point for most users. This white paper explains the basics of creating a Macro load. The links in this white paper link to the DataLoad User Guide where more detailed information is available.
Macro loads are the most popular way to load data with DataLoad. This white paper explains how to maximize the performance of these loads without sacrificing reliability.
Ever more applications are being migrated to a browser interface. However, browsers present challenges for the bulk entry of data. This white paper explains how DataLoad can be used to quickly and reliably load data in to browser-based applications.
Browser Control is a simple and dramatic way to improve the performance and reliability of loads in browsers. This paper explains how to use Browser Control and how it works.
This white paper explains the commercial and functional differences between DataLoad Classic and Professional.
DataLoad is the de facto tool to load data quickly in an application's forms. However, what happens if the forms' performance no longer meets your needs? This white paper looks at how Mortenson Construction, a multi national construction company, addressed that challenge.
Load Control is a simple and dramatic way to improve the performance and reliability of Macro Loads. This white paper explains how to use Load Control and what it does.
DataLoad files are often shared between colleagues but the load's creator may not want others making changes. This paper describes how users can prevent such changes.
Version 5 of DataLoad introduced DataLoad Scripting. This white paper explains how Scripting may be useful and how scripts can be created and used in loads.