The default system contains data pages that show data from tables and columns, and pages that are not related to data. Data pages are info pages, lookup pages, and related pages.
Info pages are generated for each table and logical view definition in the repository. Info pages allow simple search and manipulation functionality. Info pages contain a TableDataSource object for the underlying table. This TableDataSource object and its TableColumn child objects represent the underlying table and its columns.
Lookup pages represent tables that are parent in a conceptual relationship. The default name of a lookup page is the value of the Lookup Window Name in the Relationships window in the Definer.
Lookup pages contain a Lookup object that define how the (parent) DataSource object is linked to another DataSource object to provide lookup functionality.
Related pages represent tables that are child in a conceptual relationship. They contain a Relate object that define how the (child) DataSource object is linked to another DataSource object to provide synchronization between parent and child.
Furthermore, for each table a super lookup page and a super related page are generated, for example: Lookup TOUR, and Related SCHEDTOUR. A super lookup page represents all lookup pages that take their data from this table. Likewise, a super related page represents all related pages for a table.