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Open an existing configuration file.

Create a new configuration file.

Save the current configuration.

Import a legacy configuration file (*.conf)



Configuration File Types


When creating a new configuration file or importing a legacy configuration file you will be prompted to select the type of configuration file to be created.



Standard Configuration
Select if your application does not require the use of IOP functionality.
IOP Configuration
Select if your application requires the use of IOP functionality.




After the configuration is created or imported there will be a number of tabs displayed across the top of the editor. Each tab contains settings that can be modified to control the application behavior. Some settings will be enabled or disabled based on other selected settings. At the right side of each setting there is a help icon. When the mouse is hovered over the icon, a brief description of the setting will appear.



The Application : Global Tab


Settings used to control the behavior of the entire application.



The Services : Global Tab


Settings used to control the behavior of services across all components in the application.



The {Component Name} : Component Tab


Settings used to control the behavior of the services of component {Component Name}. 


Notes:

[1]:  {Component Name} MUST be the name used in the component constructor in the application code.

[2]: {Component Name} can be changed by double-clicking on the tab. 



The IOP : Global Tab [IOP Configuration Only]


Settings specific to IOP compliant applications that are used to control the behavior of services across all components in the application.



The Add Cmpt Tab


Click on this tab to add a new component. 



Additional Settings

Select Advanced --> Specify Additional Settings from the Advanced menu to enable this tab.


Allows the manual inclusion of settings not listed in any of the other tabs. 


Note: When importing legacy configuration files, there may be additional settings present.





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