Developing an application
This section guides developers and application programmers through the process of developing or customizing a BMC Remedy AR System application, from navigating the BMC Remedy Developer Studio interface to moving the application to production and distributing the application.
Understand the AR System navigator, BMC Remedy Developer Studio perspectives, and how to work with existing objects or create new objects.
Create and define packing lists. Use version control and understand the development modes.
Learn how to define a local and deployable application.
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Use BMC Remedy AR System objects to develop an application, including forms, panels, tables, images, menus, and fields. Learn how to choose the types of fields. Understand how to embed web content through Data Visualization fields and add graphics to the application with flashboards.
Use access control for a deployable application. Learn how to grant permissions to the application and their objects.
Configure workflow forms and build qualifications and expressions.
Learn about the mid tier application development guidelines.
Understand how administrators connect a BMC Remedy AR System application to BMC Remedy Approval Server
Learn some guidelines to enhance performance of applications
Understand how to customize the application using overlays and custom objects. Customize the interface, the home page, and entry points.
Localize an application.
Learn the methods by which BMC Remedy AR System supports Section 508 accessibility requirements.
Learn how to test and debug an application. Make adjustments to the UI, workflow, and server environment to maximize performance.
Move the application to production and distribute the application. Learn how to use BMC Remedy Developer Studio to export the application, install it on the production server, and add license users.
Learn to publish a web service to make BMC Remedy AR System functionality available over the web by creating a web service object, associated forms, and optional workflow.