The Application button, which is represented by the
App Studio icon, opens the Application menu, as shown in the following
From this menu, you can perform the following actions:
New. Create a new procedure, HTML page, document,
Text Document. When you click New, the New
dialog box opens, prompting you to select the type of file you want
to create. This option is only available when you select an application
folder in the Configured Environments tree.
Open. Open an existing document. You can open a file
from the list of configured WebFOCUS environments or navigate to
a file on your desktop.
Save. Save the active document.
Save As. Save the active document with a new name.
Run. Run the report, chart, HTML page, or document. When
you click the Run menu, the Message Viewer
Options submenu opens, as shown in the following image.
this submenu, you can select from among four Message Viewer Options
that affect the App Studio Viewer display when a report, chart,
HTML page, or document is run. The options are:
you select Message Viewer OFF and run a report, the App Studio
Viewer window displays the report without any messages.
- When you select Message Viewer ON and run a report, the
App Studio Viewer window displays the report and a message.
- When you select Display command lines, the App Studio
Viewer window displays the report and the command lines.
- When you select Display Dialogue Manager commands, the
App Studio Viewer window displays the report and the Dialogue Manager
commands, and the result of their evaluation.
Print. Print the active document. When you click the Print menu,
the Preview and print the document submenu opens, as shown in the
this submenu, you can print the active document using the current
print options, preview the active document before printing, and
configure your print options.
Note: The Print and Quick
Print options are only available when you edit content in the Text
Editor, or when the Source view tab, in the Report canvas, is active.
Close. Close the active document.
Options. Open the Options dialog box where you can set
user preferences. For more information, see Setting User Preferences.
Exit. Close the active document and exit App Studio.
Note: In the Application menu, the terms document and active document represent
all files which you can create in App Studio.
Tip: Double-click the Application button
to exit App Studio. If you exit App Studio in this way, active (open)
documents are not saved.