This page explains how to run 32 bit APPX in a 64 bit Linux/Unix environment. Note that 64 bit Windows installations have built in support for running 32 bit applications, so no extra setup is required.
The APPX runtime environment includes many standard screens, Scan screens, Disposition screens, etc. This page
shows how you can customize these to more closely resemble your applications.
This page discusses how APPX handles character encoding
In Release 5.4, APPX added the HTML client, which allows users to connect to APPX via any browser based device,
such as a tablet or smart phone.
In Release 5.3.0, APPX increased the maximum file size from 4G to approximately 16 exabytes. See this page
for details on how to convert your data files to the new format.
In Release 5.2, APPX introduced an alternative Security model, Role Based Security.
In Release 5.0, APPX added the ability to encrypt the data in Appx/IO files.
In Release 5.0, all the database interfaces were upgraded. This page gives examples of connecting to Oracle, MySQL
APPX Login Manager
In Release 5.0 a new login manager was added. See APPX Login Manager for Unix/Linux
or APPX Login Manager for Windows
for information on configuring them.
In Release 5.0, APPX added the ability to log every change made to an APPX data file via the Audit Log.
You can set up a usage log to track everything from simple log on/off to every process executed along with all ERROR, WARNING and MESSAGE statements.
In Release 5.0, APPX introduced a Source Code Control system.
Follow these steps to diagnose and fix a damaged file.
In Release 5.0 a detailed audit history of changes to Application Design was added.
Linux servers can print PDF files directly on the server by just submitting them to the print queue, but Windows needs some extra configuration. This page gives the details.
This page discusses how APPX handles background processing and how you can customize it.
This link will explain how to start the APPX Desktop Client via Java Web Start Technology.
This page gives details on how to connect to APPX/Windows from a handheld device that cannot run the Desktop Client.
To diagnose strange or generic errors,
run through this checklist.
Environment Variables are used to modify the behavior of APPX at runtime. This document provides an overview of their use, and links to definitions and instructions for setting them.
Most Intel and RISC platforms use different 'Endian's, or byte ordering. Therefore, it is necessary to perform special processing to move APPX files between them.
Through remote disconnection or other means, APPX sessions may remain alive on a server. This document provides information on terminating them.
An example of the Windows (DOS) command line code used to run the APPXUTIL program on multiple files.
Two options are presented for setting up automatic procedures for the export or import of APPX data on Unix systems.
A description of how APPX caches executable modules, and how to manage the process.
The APPX License Server is a required part of the installation, but is easily installed and configured.
AppxKEYS is a utility program that allows a user to create an APPX keyboard layout. APPX uses several keys on your keyboard to perform unique functions ("options"). The layout defines which keys will be used to construct each APPX Option.
This document provides instructions on cleaning up the USAGE file, even when users are on the system.
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