TR320 – Add-In Development Intermediate Techniques | Boston, MA – April 2-3, 2019 (Traditional Classroom)
ARCHIBUS “Add-In Development: Intermediate Techniques” is a 2-day hands-on session designed to extend the capabilities of the Web Central product using underlying technology. The course teaches how to create custom reports, forms, and dashboards that are tailored to the processes of your organization and to create buttons, links, document fields, and exporting capabilities that help the wider organization take advantage of the rich repository of data stored in ARCHIBUS. This course is designed for the integrator responsible for designing or modifying custom reports and forms. ARCHIBUS recommends that participants have experience with at least one ARCHIBUS application, the View Definition Wizard, and some basic XML. Attendance at both TR101 and TR310 is also recommended.
Duration: 2 days
Prerequisite: TR101 Foundations (or equivalent) and basic knowledge of XML.
Day 1 Views: Foundations
- Explanation of Datasources
- Explanation of Panels
- Panel Level Actions (export to Excel, PDF, etc.)
- Form/Field Level Actions (Edit, Delete, etc.)
- Assemblies and Layouts
- Navigation from Grid to Form
Day 2 Views: Intermediate Techniques
- More on Forms
- Custom Select Value Dialog Boxes
- Labels Position
- Passing\Clearing Restrictions
- Tree Panels
- Tabbed Views
- Single vs. multiple AXVW
- Enforced vs. Free
- Wizard class
- Virtual Fields and Custom SQL Queries
- Custom HTML
Registrations are closed for this event.