An option that allows you to configure and customize the aliases and context roots created during the installation process.
A name or description that maps directories containing Developer Studio files to directories that the web server can reference.
A third-party product that you can use as a web and/or application server for Developer Studio local or stand-alone development. A version of Apache Tomcat is packaged with the Developer Studio installation program. You can also install Apache Tomcat separately.
The directory or folder where sample applications, which are packaged with the product, are installed on your machine. You can change the location of this directory during the installation program.
A server that handles Java processing and serves business logic to application programs.
A configurable file that you can use to access your WebFOCUS configuration, web server, application server, and Help files.
The environment where you develop WebFOCUS applications. Developer Studio is the desktop development environment product.
An installation of Developer Studio that does not require you to uninstall a previous version of the product, and will allow you to install multiple versions of the product on your machine.
The default installation mode that launches windows to prompt you for parameters.
A file that is generated during the installation program, and provides information about your Developer Studio installation. This file can be referenced if you need to troubleshoot installation issues. If you license Visual Discovery components, a separate installation log file is created.
A server configuration that creates a WebFOCUS development environment on the same machine where Developer Studio is installed.
A configuration of Developer Studio where the product is installed on a single, shared machine, and is accessed by developers that launch the Developer Studio executable files from their desktops.
The number associated with the machine that is used by the server to process requests.
The directory or folder where the Developer Studio executable files are installed on your machine. You can change the location of this directory during the installation program.
The folder on your Windows machine where the Developer Studio program is installed.
A complete reporting application consisting of difference kinds of files that are accessible from the Developer Studio projects area.
Development that can be performed against a local or stand-alone configuration of Developer Studio. Project-based development can also be against a remote WebFOCUS environment.
Connecting to one or more remote servers and modifying existing self-service applications on those servers.
A server configuration that connects to a WebFOCUS development environment on a machine that is elsewhere in your network.
The installation mode that launches a text file with installation parameters. During a silent installation, no GUI windows are launched.
A utility installed in the \bin folder of Developer Studio that registers files on your machine.
A file that tracks the requests processed by the WebFOCUS. You can access trace files through the WebFOCUS Administration Console, the Developer Studio product program group, and the Reporting Server Console.
An alias that is given a specific name typically used to distinguish between similar files or folders on your machine.
An installation of Developer Studio that does not require you to uninstall a previous version of the product. When you perform an update installation, the files associated with your version of Developer Studio will be updated.
A server that handles HTML, images, and other web content and processing.
The interface that administrators use to manage the WebFOCUS environment and configuration settings.
A piece of WebFOCUS that runs as a part of your application server and connects WebFOCUS to the web. The WebFOCUS Client receives and processes requests by passing them to the WebFOCUS Reporting Server.
Complete instances of WebFOCUS that you can access to develop WebFOCUS applications. A WebFOCUS environment consists of a web server, a WebFOCUS Client, and Reporting Servers.
A server that resides on machines that access your data. The WebFOCUS reporting server uses WebFOCUS integration technology to provide access to data, number crunching, and report generation functionality.