I will explain the terms used in Wagby.
Represents the folder name where Wagby is installed.
When Wagby is installed in the folder "C: \ Users \ you \ Wagby - 7.0", the notation "$ (DEVHOME)" is "C: \ Users \ you \ Wagby - 7.0".
It is the folder name of the Web application built by Wagby. The standard is $ (DEVHOME) \ wagbyapp folder. After copying this file to the production server and deploying it, you will be able to run a complete web application.
"Project name (English)".This name applies to the $ (APPHOME) \ webapps folder.
The standard of "project name (English)" is "wagby".At this time, the program set of the built Web application is prepared in the folder $ (APPHOME) \ webapps \ wagby.
How to build a web application with Wagby. With the build process, you can get a web application that actually works from the repository (design information).
Differential build is effective for test startup on the development machine.If you do a full build, you can create a new wagbyapp.Copy this wagbyapp folder to the production server and use it.
It is a tool for building.Double-click the Wagby icon to execute it.
In addition to building (building) the web application from the repository, you can also operate the start and stop of the web application by buttons.
It is application design information.Data structure and relationship, screen action, screen layout, authority design, form design and so on are included.
"Web application" is an architecture (form) of a system in which "Web browser" is a user terminal and a "Web server" performs business processing. All systems developed using Wagby are "Web applications".
It is sometimes called "Web database" as an alias of "Web application".
It is a unit of data handled by Wagby.Example: "Customer model".
It refers to items included in the model.Example: "Name" "Address" "Phone number".
With the upgrade of Wagby, it means the procedure to convert the past repository to the latest repository.