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Real-Life Sample Applications, The Quickstart application we created in Chapter 3 is used as a basis for each example. In most cases, we’ll use it as a template. The Quick-start application enables a purchasing agent to determine all vendors
for a material that is to be ordered. Definition of the Application, Designing the Flow Logic. In this example, the flow logic of the popup iView consists of selecting the bank details and displaying them in a table. The popup iView is called from the source iView (source application) using a custom event and a popup signal type connector. Before continuing with the eventing definition, you must first complete the flow logic of the popup iView. Designing the Layout and Configuring the Elements. Compilation, Deployment, and Execution. A nested iView is used to modularize information blocks and it is called from a source iView (source application). A nested iView distinguishes itself from a popup iView so that it does not appear as a separate window. A nested iView can receive, display, and return data. Designing the Layout and Configuring the Elements Adjusting the size of the nested iView Now that the flow logic has been completely designed, you should go to the layout workspace in order to structure the layout.
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