Simple answer is "Yes" you can but if you explain the requirement and your design then you will get better solution by experts.
The requirement is that we have been told to create Custom Save buttons and on click of those buttons data should be saved.
We need to take the decision of whether to use the Active Link of Filter.
Upon discussion I got bit confused about whether the Active Link Saves the Data to the Database.
Then what is the difference between Active Link to Filter in terms of saving the Data to DB excluding Filter phasing concept
To create a custom 'save' button, you can have an active link that fires on the button with a 'Commit Changes' action, this causes a save of the record...which in the case of a submit window is a create...modify is a set, and query is a search...
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