Getting Started provides the basic information required in order to begin working with an application. This includes the ApplinX hardware and software requirements, ApplinX Windows installation as well as guidelines to running the ApplinX server and ApplinX Administrator.
This section will guide you through the process of setting up a basic web-enabling project, from the installation through to starting ApplinX Server and Administrator, creating an ApplinX application and creating an ApplinX web application.
ApplinX is installed with the SAG Installer. Please refer to the SAG Installer documentation, which you can find at http://documentation.softwareag.com/.
|Solutions and Architecture||Provides an overview of ApplinX solutions and architecture.|
|Hardware and Software Requirements||Lists the recommended hardware and software requirements for the various ApplinX components.|
|Installation and ApplinX License Keys||General information on installation; details the license types and instructs how to update your license.|
|Building an ApplinX Docker Image||How to build an ApplinX Docker image and run the Docker container using scripts provided with ApplinX.|
|Environment Variables under UNIX||Notes on setting environment variables under UNIX|
|Upgrading, Migrating and Installing Fixes||Provides step-by-step instructions as to how to migrate, upgrade, or install fixes; troubleshooting information.|
|First Steps||How to start the ApplinX components you will need: ApplinX Server, Administrator and Designer|
|Creating a New Application||Provides step-by-step instructions for creating a new application.|
|Creating an ApplinX Web Application||Provides step-by-step instructions for creating a new web application (JSP and .NET).|
|Installing ApplinX Demo Applications||Introduces the three demo applications which come within the ApplinX installation.|
|Working with the Demo Applications||Details the tasks the three demo applications demonstrate.|
|Self-Training and Movies||Refers to the self-training material and to the movies that demonstrate basic ApplinX tasks.|