The File menu, on the menu bar, contains options dealing with the management of extensions.

The File menu contains the following operations:

New: Creates a new extension. How?

Open: Opens an extension already created in Integration Studio. Simply select the xif file and all the elements defined for the extension are available in the Extension and Resources tree.

Close: Closes the current extension. If you have not saved it, Integration Studio prompts you with the Save window.

Save: Saves the extension in a xif file.

Save As...: Launches the "Save As..." window, where you can specify the name of the extension.

Import: In this option you can import actions from a .NET assembly and entities from a Database. You can also import from other technologies, based on the Plug-in's you have installed to extend Integration Studio. Note that the Import wizards depend on the Application Server you have selected for your extension.

Select Server...: Allows you to select the Platform Server you want to use. How?

Download...: Allows you to download an extension already published in the Platform Server you are connected to. How?

Verify: Verifies whether the current extension is valid and ready to be published in a Platform Server. How?.

Verify and Save: Verifies whether the current extension is valid and ready to be published in a Platform Server. If so, the extension is saved. How?

1-Click Publish: Allows you to publish the current extension in a Platform Server. How?

Update Source Code: Synchronizes the source code you added in the IDE with the definition of the extension elements. How?

Edit Source Code: Opens the solution of your extension in the IDE you specified for .NET extensions. How?

This icon is only available if the application server is .NET or (Both)

Edit Source Code: Opens the solution of your extension in the IDE you specified for Java extensions. How?

This icon is only available if the application server is J2EE or (Both)

Most recent files: List with the extensions that you recently opened in Integration Studio.

Exit: Closes Integration Studio.

See Also

Overview of the Workspace