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Hi @subra, as I understand, you have 25 Tables, 25 forms and 20 Reports. In this case, the Submission form and Search and Report DataPage are considered on the DataPage level. Therefore, you have a total of 45 DataPages on your end. 

To give you a brief summary of the difference between Tables and DataPages, here are a few details below: 

For the Tables, this is the first step in creating a web application is to create its data tables and this is the most important and the foundation of your application.

Tables hold your data. You can create tables in the Tables area of your App. Data can be submitted into these tables using web forms or imported from external files, such as Excel. Tables can also be exported in various file formats and saved onto your computer.

To know more about Tables and the best practices on creating one, please refer here: https://howto.caspio.com/tables-and-views/tables-and-views/ and https://howto.caspio.com/tables-and-views/table-and-database-design/

DataPages are screens of your apps. They are your app user interfaces. They interact with the data through externally deployed DataPages and are limited to the functionality you provide for them. Also, there are different types of DataPages. For more information, you may refer to these article links from Caspio: https://howto.caspio.com/datapages/whats-a-datapage/ and https://howto.caspio.com/datapages/datapages/ 

Hope this helps and clarifies your concern. Cheers! :D 

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If you have 25 forms and 20 reports then you have a total of 45 DataPages created.However, it is preferable to keep track of the number of DataPages deployed because the max number that you can deploy is less than the max number of DataPages that you can create. I believe the difference between deployed and created is due to the fact that those deployed are accessible to users, whereas some created DataPages (Deployment not enabled) are for testing purposes.

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