Issue 1:

https://success.outsystems.com/Documentation/11/Getting_Started/Create_Your_First_Traditional_Web_App

Excerpt: "sample file Contacts.xlsx available by default in the directory C:\Program Files\OutSystems\Development Environment 11.0\Service Studio\TutorialResources"

Issue: There is no contacts.xlsx in my download; the only xlsx file that I have in that directory  is tasks.xlsx

Issue 2:

https://success.outsystems.com/Documentation/11/Developing_an_Application/Use_Data/Use_Structures_and_Records_to_Create_Compound_Data_Types

Excerpt: In the application GoOutWeb, a Web app to find and review places of interest

Issue: Is there a starter app GoOutWeb file that can be launched to work on the examples described?

Hello George,

About Issue #1 - I have that file on my folder:


About Issue #2 - I think you need to create the app from the zero. Please see here how to do it:
https://success.outsystems.com/Documentation/11/Getting_Started/Create_Apps_from_Application_Templates


Hope it helps!


BR,

Luis

Thanks Luis,

Issue 2 : I am doing traditional web. Is GoWeb template available only as mobile app?

Issue 1:

This is what I have on the same folder path.The only difference that I find is that your folder is development environment 11.0 whereas mine is Development Environment 11. It is unlikely that my file got accidentally deleted after I downloaded. Would you please send me that file if it is OK with you?

Regards

George

George Varghese wrote:

Issue 1:

https://success.outsystems.com/Documentation/11/Getting_Started/Create_Your_First_Traditional_Web_App

Excerpt: "sample file Contacts.xlsx available by default in the directory C:\Program Files\OutSystems\Development Environment 11.0\Service Studio\TutorialResources"

Issue: There is no contacts.xlsx in my download; the only xlsx file that I have in that directory  is tasks.xlsx

Issue 2:

https://success.outsystems.com/Documentation/11/Developing_an_Application/Use_Data/Use_Structures_and_Records_to_Create_Compound_Data_Types

Excerpt: In the application GoOutWeb, a Web app to find and review places of interest

Issue: Is there a starter app GoOutWeb file that can be launched to work on the examples described?

Hello George,

Issue 1:

You have find out that file in below path

C:\Program Files\OutSystems\Development Environment 11\Service Studio\TutorialResources

If not found that file then i have attached the Contacts.xlsx file 


Hope it helps!

Thanks.

Solution

George Varghese wrote:

Thanks Luis,

Issue 2 : I am doing traditional web. Is GoWeb template available only as mobile app?

Issue 1:

This is what I have on the same folder path.The only difference that I find is that your folder is development environment 11.0 whereas mine is Development Environment 11. It is unlikely that my file got accidentally deleted after I downloaded. Would you please send me that file if it is OK with you?

Regards

George

Hello!

About issue 2 I think you can create a web app.

Send you the file for issue 1 as you requested.


BR,

Luis


Solution

Yogesh Satpute wrote:

George Varghese wrote:

Issue 1:

https://success.outsystems.com/Documentation/11/Getting_Started/Create_Your_First_Traditional_Web_App

Excerpt: "sample file Contacts.xlsx available by default in the directory C:\Program Files\OutSystems\Development Environment 11.0\Service Studio\TutorialResources"

Issue: There is no contacts.xlsx in my download; the only xlsx file that I have in that directory  is tasks.xlsx

Issue 2:

https://success.outsystems.com/Documentation/11/Developing_an_Application/Use_Data/Use_Structures_and_Records_to_Create_Compound_Data_Types

Excerpt: In the application GoOutWeb, a Web app to find and review places of interest

Issue: Is there a starter app GoOutWeb file that can be launched to work on the examples described?

Hello George,

Issue 1:

You have find out that file in below path

C:\Program Files\OutSystems\Development Environment 11\Service Studio\TutorialResources

If not found that file then i have attached the Contacts.xlsx file 


Hope it helps!

Thanks.

Thanks Yogesh


On Macos preview files are on 

/Applications/OutSystems Service Studio.app/Contents/SharedSupport/outsystems/support/outsystems/drive_c/Program Files/OutSystems/Development Environment 11/Service Studio/TutorialResources