APPLICATION is a singleton object (ie. there is only one APPLICATION on an EASAP Tree).
|Title:||Title of EASAP|
|Author Name:||Author's name|
|Status:||EASAP status (default: Development, Pre-Release, Release)|
|Width:||Default EASAP window width in number of pixels|
|Height:||Default EASAP window height in number of pixels|
|Selection Image:||Image file name (.gif, .jpg or .png) used on EASA > Applications selection page
Image size automatically scales to fit properly in 'Gallery' and 'Table' views
|Author Email:||Author's e-mail address|
|Icon:||Image file name (.gif, .jpg or .png) used as icon on upper-left corner of some windows|
|Password:||Password for adding security to editing of EASAP|
|Max. Parametric Runs:||Maximum number of runs a PARAMETRIC RANGE can generate at one time|
|Application Information:||File name used as linked document in 'Information' column on EASA > Applications page in User mode, no restriction on filetype|
|Short Description:||Short description of EASAP displayed in 'Table' view page at EASA > Applications|
|Download Only:||Set EASAP to be a file Download Only: EASAP (default: NO, YES)|
|Allowed Clients:||Select which Allowed Clients: types are allowed to open the EASAP (default: Web Browser, EASA Client)|
|Startup DORs:||Comma-separated list of objects whose values will be set using special URL syntax from 3rd party application (see the Direct link method to open an EASAP)|
|EASA Session Id:||Name for a new SCALAR to contain the User's session id|
|Temp Folder Path:||Name for a new SCALAR to contain path to a folder to use for temporary files
each EASAP session creates this unique folder
|Cached Excel Values:||Set to 'All Data' to store the values of Excel cells as default values for the EASAP
This will shorten the startup time (default: All Data, No Data)
By default, all EASAPs are configured to open in the Web Browser client only.
To override this we adjust Allowed Clients: to include EASA Client.
Allowed Clients: may be:
A User may choose which client is used in their Client Preferences page when both EASA Client and Web Browser are allowed.
When Allowed Clients: Web Browser, set EASAP Builder > Options > Display compatible for > Web Browser
If we set Download Only: YES, we transform the EASAP into a file storage and retrieval tool.
These 'file download' EASAPs can be useful for storing such files as:
For Download Only: YES, an Author will complete the EASAP in the following steps:
Once we have completed the two steps described above, save the EASAP, test, document and publish it.
Once published, the EASAP will be presented like any other in the Application Library. However, when a User opens it, he or she will see a user interface for the application, instead they will see either: