Opens a changes dialog
where changes, which were saved, but not yet added to the application history,
can be added retroactively.
Save working copy
Saves a working copy of the currently opened application in its
current status locally or on the server. The application data will not
be applied to this. This file, with the ending *.ixapp,
can be loaded again later via the menu item File / Open application.
Opens the Application Manager where existing applications can be deleted.
custom Velocity files, or Groovy scripts, click this menu item to publish
changes to the scripts and changes to the Velocity file on the server.
Changes to the application will not be published if you do this.
With this menu item, only the changes to the script will be published.
Changes to the application will also not be saved here.
Publish layout files
With this menu item, only the Layout files
that relate to the application will be published.
Recently opened applications
A list of the most recently opened applications is shown above the "Quit" button.
From here, they can be loaded directly.
Closes the Portal Manager.
In the Edit menu, some menu items will only be
available if elements have been selected. This means, for example, that the
menu item Group is only available when multiple
elements have been selected on the workspace.
This command allows you to undo individual editing steps. The size of the
history (number of editing steps) will be set in the menu
Extras / Options.
This command allows you to reproduce individual editing steps that you have
When the page is loaded, the selected element will have the focus.
The selected element will have a green arrow on the workspace in the Applications module.
Copy / Apply view
With the "Copy view" menu item, the
style properties of the currently highlighted control can be copied. Then,
highlight the control onto which you want to transfer the copied view, with
the menu item "Apply view".
The elements selected in the workspace will be gathered together in a
The grouping is removed.
Via this menu item, the corresponding script editor for editing
Clicking on this menu item will define the currently selected page as
the start page of the application.
With this menu item, a static text field will be created, which contains the
title of the selected element and which can be used as a label for the element.
Create a date picker
for more information about this menu item.
Show / Hide elements
Shows or hides the elements of a page in the
The properties dialog of a page element can also be reached here via the
Edit menu or by double-clicking on it. If a page
element is selected in the application structure, it will be highlighted on
In the browser, users can move from one edit element to the next with the
TAB key. This order will be defined via this menu item.
Edit web services
This menu item leads you to the settings dialog for
Decrease frame / Increase frame
This menu decreases or increases the frame area of the
Grid element on the workspace,
Set full size
With this option, an image element will be
shown on the workspace in its original dimensions.
If a View table
is selected, a preselection can be created from this menu item.
Deletes the preselection.
Move left / Move right
With these menu items, the order, and also the priority, of preselections in a
can be adjusted. The following rule applies: the further to the left, the
higher the preselection's priority. If, for example, you use a preselection
for customer data, which filters all of the customers with the country code
"DE", and this is positioned on the far left, then
all of the preselections that are to the right of this preselection will use
the filter result of this first preselection. This means that the additional
preselections will filter customers with the country code
Edit layout / Edit for mobile devices
For every application, individual styles for desktops and mobile devices can
be defined by using these menu items, these are
included when the application is exported.
Design presets for elements
This menu item opens a dialog
where margins and user-defined style
classes for elements in layouts without tables can be edited.
The grid on the workspace may be made smaller with this menu item.
In addition to the area toolbox and the context menus of the application
structure, all application structure elements can be created via this
menu item. This page is shown when an
element in the application structure is selected.
The Form wizard will
help you with designing new pages.
Via this function the GUID of the
following controls can be copied to the clipboard, if they are selected
in the application structure:
Reference Data Field
Via this function the name of the following controls can be copied to the
clipboard, if they are selected in the application structure:
Reference data field
View page with elements
This menu item allows for an edit page to be used to create a view page,
which will contain all elements of the edit page as view elements. The view
elements will then be already connected to a corresponding data field and
located at the same position were placed on the edit page.
In this menu, the individual areas of the Applications
module can be shown or hidden. An area that is shown will be shown in its own
window depending on space, which you can move wherever you wish via drag & drop.
Restore default view will rearrange all
areas back to the default.
Import / Export texts
With this menu item, all descriptions or titles of elements in an application
will be exported in the formats CSV, XLS or
XML. The function can be used in the translation
of applications into other languages.
Individual elements may be assigned layout attributes via the
Styles tab in the properties dialog. If you
have opened an application for editing and switch to the
Design module in order to change its style
properties there, the attributes that you edit there will first be available
in the Applications module after you refresh the
This menu opens the dialog to configure application's permissions.
This menu item is available when a licensed application is opened.
Information on the publisher and notes about the
license can be found here.
Opens a dialog
where the history entries can be managed.
Compare with last entry of application history
Opens a dialog
where the current state can be compared with the last entry in the history.
Compare with entry of application history
Opens a dialog
where the current state can be compared with entries in the history.