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Creating a new application

Updated on June 22, 2022

The Application wizard creates the implementation application. The implementation application includes one system administrator operator so that you can log in to the application after you complete the Application wizard. To open the new application, click Go to app.

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The New Application wizard creates a set of access groups for the application. Create your operators, and then apply the appropriate access groups.
  1. Log in with the newly created operator ID.
  2. Select New Application from the Dev Studioapplication menu.
  3. Select the Payment Exception Recovery application, and in the next screen select Use this application type.
  4. Click Continue to add or review the case types required for your application.
    By default, the system displays all built-in cases. Select all cases to extend them into your implementation layer.
  5. Click Continue to add or review the data objects for your application. Keep these objects selected as the Application wizard adds them to your application rule, so it is easy to use the Data Explorer to find the key data classes.
  6. Enter your application name and click Advanced configuration.
    Result: A pop-up window opens. You can update the division, unit, and class structure of the Implementation layer settings. The Generate division layer option defines the structure of the Implementation layer. The proposed class structure can be viewed by expanding the Case class structure section.
    Note: The data that you enter on this screen and in the advanced settings is important. Perform this task with your LSA to ensure that you have the right starting class structure.
  7. Save the changes and click Create Application. This action takes a while to complete.

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