Before we create a new EASA APPLICATION ( 'EASAP') we should get to know a User's needs and establish a system's requirements. Keep in mind that simpler is usually better. An EASAP should enable a User to execute a given task as easily as possible.
First check with your Administrator that you have a user ID with Author privileges.
The EASA Server is preloaded with several example EASAP's, navigate to:
The New Application wizard will open any time we edit an EASAP called ‘New EASAP’.
Here we set some initial PROPERTIES.
We now have some options on how we wish to define the user interface of our new EASAP.
When a User opens an EASAP, his or her 'user experience' will be determined by the content an Author creates.
If the Revision buttons are not present and instead there is an Unpublish button, then the EASAP is already Published.