Stadium Application Manager

The Stadium Application Manager enables you to manage key server and application settings.



Server Management

Access Server management features from the Applications screen and from the server menu at the top of the screen.

Upload a new Application

Upload a new application file to Application Manager.

Steps:

  1. On the Applications screen, click the Upload Application button.
  2. Select your application file to upload.
  3. Select your application's Login Mode.
    • Email & Password
           Users will log in to your Application with their email adress and password.

    • None
           Users will not be required to log in and will have access to all pages in your Application.

    • Windows Auth
           Users will be able to access your application if they are already logged in to Windows.

  4. Create your application's Admin User:
    (An Admin User is a user that can access an application's administration features, i.e. maintaining user roles and users.)
    • When Login Mode is Email & Password:
           Provide Email, Password and a display Name.

    • When Login Mode is None:
           No Admin User will be created.

    • When Login Mode is Windows Auth
           Provide Email, the Windows domain Username and a display Name.

  5. If required, edit your application's Connections and Settings.
  6. Click the Create Application button.

Server Configuration

Provide your SMTP (email) details from where password reminders will be sent to users who have forgotten their passwords. When SMTP details are added, a 'Forgot Password' feature will automatically be added to all your generated applications, as well as for Application Manager.

Steps:

  1. Select Configuration from the Server menu item (at the top of the screen).
  2. Provide your email settings: From Address, SMTP Server, SMTP Username, SMTP Password, SMTP Port.
  3. Click the Save Settings button.

Maintain Users

Add, update or delete Application Manager users. (Note: These users are not your applications' Admin Users.)

Steps:

  1. Select Users from the Server menu item (at the top of the screen).
  2. Click the Add User button.
  3. Provide the Email, Password and Name of the user.
  4. Click the Save button.



Application Management

To access the Application Management features, first select your Application on Application Manager.

Connections

The connection details of the Connectors (Database, web service or file system) that are part of your application.

Steps:

  1. Select Connections from the menu on the left.
  2. Click on the value of the applicable connection to edit.
  3. Click the Save icon.

Settings

The details of the Settings that are part of your application.

Steps:

  1. Select Settings from the menu on the left.
  2. Click on the value of the applicable setting to edit.
  3. Click the Save icon.

Configuration

Set the maximum file size of any upload performed on your application.

Steps:

  1. Select Configuration from the menu on the left.
  2. Enter the maximum upload file size in MB.
  3. Click the Save button.

Login Mode

Determine whether users must log in to gain access to your application.

Steps:

  1. Click the Login Mode menu item.
  2. Select the applicable Login Mode:
    • None:
           Users will not be required to log in and will have access to all pages in your Application.

    • Email & Password:
           Users will log in to your Application with their email adress and password.

  3. Click Change Login Mode.

  4. Note: If an application was created with Windows Auth as Login Mode, it cannot be updated. Also, when updating the Login Mode (when it is either None or Email & Password), it cannot be changed to Windows Auth.

Debug Mode

To switch on debug mode so that users of the application can see detailed error messages. This is not a good user experience or safe, and should only be switched on for debugging purposes, after which it should be switched off again.

Steps:

  1. Click the Debug Mode menu item.
  2. Switch the Debug Mode On / Off.

Generate an API key

Generate an API key to allow fetching, adding or updating users via a REST webservice.

Steps:

  1. Click the User API menu item.
  2. Click the Generate New Key button.

Update History

Your application's update history.

Steps:

  1. Select Update History from the menu on the left.
  2. Update history is displayed.

Delete Application

To delete your application from Application Manager. (This will not delete your application file from your machine. The application file will still be available to open with Stadium Designer or to re-upload to Application Manager.)

Steps:

  1. Select Delete Application from the menu on the left.
  2. Enter the name of the application.
  3. Click the Delete button.


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