(Combination of the words: Window and Object. Used to presents dynamic content in your screens.)
Service Studio 5.1 Help
Design Web Screens
Web Screens are elements of the eSpace used to produce HTML pages where the user can interact through links, buttons, and forms.
Web Screens are also used to design Email content. Learn more about Emails.
To design the layout of Web Screens, you have a specific editor where you drag & drop tools called widgets. See Widgets Toolbar.
You can add the following elements to your web screen by right-clicking the web screen in the eSpace tree:
Input parameters: Used to send data between web screens. How?
Local variables: used when you have to create variables where the scope is the web screen itself. How?
Screen preparation: Used to execute an action before the rendering of the web screen. How?
Screen actions: Used when you want to design actions that are only available inside the web screen. How?
These operations are available in the Screen Menu, on the Menu bar when the Web screen is selected on the Flow canvas, or by right-clicking the Web screen in the eSpace tree.
Improving Screen Development
To improve the development of your Web Screens, Service Studio provides you with the following advanced techniques:
Speed up the design of your applications by using IntelliWarpTM: Service Studio does most of the work for you, and only a few final customizations are needed. Learn more About IntelliWarp.
Using Web Screen References
Service Studio provides you with mechanisms to reuse Web Screens among eSpaces. You can expose your Web Screens to other eSpaces or use Web Screens defined in another eSpace.