Advanced data structure

The data structure of X-Cross makes full use of the advanced features of the modern databases:

  • Transactions
  • Referential integrity
  • Stored procedures
  • Triggers
  • Views

for the best possible operating speed and reliability of the data structure.

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Multilevel objects

The extremely advanced CrossModel data modeler allows X-Cross to use multilevel data structures that dramatically improve the speed and the usability of the software.

Furthermore, this proprietary database tachnology is the base of the exclusive Total Client Internet technology.

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Tree tables

Many tables used in X-Cross don’t simply have a flat structure, but a hierarchical one, where every element of the table can be connected to a parent one in a node-subnode structure, in which every branch can have a different number of levels.

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Record locking

X-Cross offers an advanced and fully functional record locking. The lock of the record is not on the single table, but for all the complex object (e.g an invoice, and order, ect.) that can be composed of multiple tables.

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Obsolete records

In many parts of an ERP there can be records that cannot be used any more, but still must remain in the database because thay have been used in old transaction. For example, a VAT code that doesn’t exist any more, a stock item that is not being produced or sold any more, and so on.

In X-Cross, every record of every table can be marked as “obsolete”, and in this way these records still exist, but they cannot be used any more.

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Edit search keys

In X-Cross, the relational connections between tables (e.g the connection between and invoice and the client) uses the ID column of the tables, that is a number automatically generated when a new record is inserted.

Thanks to this structure, the search keys that are used to retrieve the records of the table (e.g. the stock item code, the clients catagories codes, the account code, etc.) can be modified at any time, without any consequence on the data structure.

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Three tier database access

In a classic client-server program, the client has direct access to the database, and this causes relevant inconveniences:

  • Reduction of data security
  • Slow reading of many records, especially in wireless connections
  • Increase of network traffic



In the X-Cross three tier data server all these inconveniences are eliminated, with a faster and more secure data structure.

Furthermore, this data structure can offer an improved connection stability with respect to the client-server model.

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