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Estimated completion time → 10 minutes.
In this practical session, we perform the first few steps to Author an EASAP.
domain-name is the computer name or domain name of the EASA Server (often its localhost).
The New Application Wizard will appear, below.
The New Application Wizard opens any time we create a new EASAP. Here we set some parameters in the PROPERTIES object.
We now have a few options on how we wish to define the user interface of a new EASAP.
Let's choose the Use EASAP Builder option to build our EASAP manually.
For the rest of this tutorial we recommend the EASA Help Pages be opened in a browser alongside the EASAP Builder; resize both windows place the Builder on the left and the browser on the right side of the screen. This will enable accuracy in completing each tutorial step.
After creating the EASAP the next task is to upload the files that will be required by the EASAP. These files are uploaded from your computer to the EASA Server and stored in the development folder for the EASAP. This folder contains the single, centralized definition of the EASAP which will be published and run by all users of the EASAP.
The files will be added to the list of current files shown below the Browse and Upload buttons.