When the Configuration Studio opens, the first thing you’ll notice is the hierarchical tree on the left side of the application called the Master Configuration Tree. Here you’ll view, select, create, or move, all the meta-data objects that constitute the database design.
Note: You can’t delete any meta-data using the Master Configuration tree. To ensure a level of safety regarding deleting meta-date, you must open the specific item to delete it.
The top node in the hierarchy is the database itself. Below the database node are the nodes for Object Classes, Domain Classes, Regions, Forms, Connection Type, Workflow Events and Codes. At the very bottom on the tree is the Info node with the syslog and Warnings.
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Creating new Meta-Data
Creating new configuration meta-data, such as a new class, new connection type, etc, is done by clicking the Add New icon (+) in the node in the Master Configuration Tree. For example to add a new top level Object Class, click the Add New icon in the Object Classes node. To create a sub-class under a super-class, click on the Add New (+) icon in the super-class.
Classes may also be moved or add multiple inheritance by dragging and dropping a class.