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When you run the project, the emulator opens but you do not see the application icon within the mobile client, please make sure that in Application Options (Project -> Project Properties) the 'Show on Application Menu' is checked
All apps developed within GO!AppZone Studio can have the following sources: 1. DATABASE * SQL Server database * Oracle database * MySQL database * ODBC Data sources 2. RSS FEED 3. WEB SERVICE * Soap * Rest * WCF
There are some applications appearing to testers in Debug Mode and none of them appears to 'Manage Debug Versions' in GO!AppZone studio. The debuged applications appear only to the user who has uploaded them, so first make sure you have logged in to GO!Ap...
'Requires Domain' means that if checked, the application will not be accessible by users that do not belong to the company's domain.
There are two ways to upload an app to the mobile devices, DEBUG and PUBLISH. * DEBUG is mainly used when the app is still in development status (Project > Debug Project). When the app is uploaded through the debug option, it is visible only to the us...
We have managed to set up GO!Enterprise Server, but when trying to connect through the GO!AppZone Studio I get the message "There are no licenses". You have to activate the Mobilizer license package that has been provided to you. In order GO!AppZone Studi...
The applications that have been created through GO!AppZone Studio are accessible through GO!Enterprise Workspace on the mobile devices. GO!Enterprise Workspace is available through the corresponding market place (Windows Market, Google Play, Apple Store)....
If the application has been uploaded using the 'Project > Debug Project' you can remove the application through GO!AppZone Studio, from 'Tools -> Manage Debug Versions' menu (you have to be logged in as the user that uploaded the application). If the appl...
The debuged applications appear for users who are defined as 'Tester'. If you do not wish to appear to some users, you should uncheck the corresponding checkbox from GO!Enterprise Server admin console -> Users -> User Details -> Role. The debug applicatio...
We rearrange the components by cutting and pasting suitable code
In order to develop custom mobile apps using our platform, you have to download and install GO!AppZone Studio.
Regarding debugging we have created our environment with the capability to serve both live and test applications at the same time under a single implementation. In this way users can enjoy live services and at the same time developers can design new appli...
There are two ways to upload an app to the mobile devices, Debug and Publish. Debug is mainly used when the app is still in development status (Project > Debug Project). When the app is uploaded through the debug option, it is visible only to the user t...
In case you run GO!AppZone Studio on 64bit Windows you will need to run the 32bit ODBC client (C: -> Windows -> SysWOW64 -> odbcad32.exe). On the server side the ODBC client to run, should be the same as the version of windows you are running (for a 64bi...
If you want to display the time returned from a datetime field of a web service or an SQL query, you must add a label in the page, in the label properties set the Databinding value to the field of the method, and in the Text Format property select the 'Us...
You use a Push/Offline method as DataHanding. When using this option you do not get any data. You have to check if you have defined Primary Keys and if the method is being used elsewhere within the application using different databindings (push should alw...
You have created a repeater using as data source an sql query that contains 2 variables. When using Push Data Handling to get the data the SQL variable values are always NULL.Calling Push methods must be done with static values such as application paramet...
You have created an application containing pages,labels and repeater controls.If you can not make the repeater control display any data, first check that the method actually returns any data if executed on the server (eg, the server indeed has access to t...
In order to install GO!AppZone Studio the following requirements have to be met: * .NET Framework 4.0 or later * Windows 7 OS or later * Windows Server 2008 or later
The 'Security Enabled' and 'Security Descriptor' properties are used by the app developer to set the security option of the selected component. The 'Security Enabled' property determines whether the component will be visible to the user(s)/group(s) speci...
When username and password are required to be used as variables to methods, we use the server variables Username and Password (cgo.u / cgo.p)
The debugged applications appear only to the users or testers who have uploaded them. If you do not see the apps, make sure you're logged in to the studio with the correct account, and if you still don't see them check that the session has not expired (...
All apps developed within GO!AppZone Studio can have as source any type of database (SQL Server Database, Oracle DB, MySQL DB, ODBC Data Sources), a RSS Feed or a web service (Soap / Rest). When 'running' on a mobile device the app does not have direct ac...
The debug function allows the user to upload the application while it is still under developement, without having to publish and assign to groups/users. For this reason it is only visible to the user who uploaded it and the users who are defined as "Teste...