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The {{EnterpriseBrand}} is a database in the cloud that doubles as a PaaS (Platform as a Service). That means you get a database on steroids that includes a suite of pre-built application templates, so you can run, customize, and build enterprise apps "in the cloud"--applications that are driven by workflow processes and data policies, and that support collaboration. (And because the applications run in the cloud, you don't have to worry about scalability, backups, database administration, network administration, upgrades, or maintenance!)
The {{EnterpriseBrand}} is a database in the cloud that doubles as a PaaS (Platform as a Service). That means you get a database on steroids that includes a suite of pre-built application templates, so you can run, customize, and build enterprise apps "in the cloud"--applications that are driven by workflow processes and data policies, and that support collaboration. (And because the applications run in the cloud, you don't have to worry about scalability, backups, database administration, network administration, upgrades, or maintenance!)
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Where you go from here depends on what it is you want to do:
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:* Run a platform application as a [[Platform User]]
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:* Customize an existing application or design a new one, as an [[Application Designer]]
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:* Use programming languages and the platform APIs as a [[System Developer]]
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:* Manage users, permissions, and company settings as a [[Sys Admin]]
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:* Manage tenant capabilities as a [[Platform Admin]]
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:* Install a self-hosted instance of the platform as an [[Installer]]
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Revision as of 23:37, 1 June 2012

The LongJump Platform is a database in the cloud that doubles as a PaaS (Platform as a Service). That means you get a database on steroids that includes a suite of pre-built application templates, so you can run, customize, and build enterprise apps "in the cloud"--applications that are driven by workflow processes and data policies, and that support collaboration. (And because the applications run in the cloud, you don't have to worry about scalability, backups, database administration, network administration, upgrades, or maintenance!)

Where you go from here depends on what it is you want to do:


 

 

  • Design Concepts

 

  • Administration

 

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For Application Designers


  Data
Objects Store data in a powerful "database on steroids".
Object Inheritance Share common behaviors and attributes, like Forms, Workflows, Validations, & Data Policies
Indexes Rapidly access records. Ensure uniqueness.
Record Locators Help users identify records they're searching for.
Reports Summarize data in platform objects.
Charts Pie charts, bar charts, graphs. "Drill down" into a segment, or view underlying data.
Database Views Advanced reports using database queries and joins.
SQL Browser Do SQL Language queries on your platform data.
 
  Presentation
Forms Determine how individual records appear.
Views Determine how records are shown in a table.
Dashboards Take command of your data with a variety of Widgets.
Print Templates Format records by defining HTML and JSP templates.
Web Tabs Set up the tabs a user will see in the application.
Sidebars Customize the contents of the user's navigation pane.
Web Forms Interact with the platform from a remote site.
 
  Rules and Processes
Workflows Automate business processes.
Data Policies Automatically act when data is changed or viewed.
Validations Make sure that incoming data is correct.
 
  Logic
Actions Create buttons the user can press.
Classes Create Java classes for more sophisticated programming.
Sites Create pages for customers and external users.
Pages Create custom Java Server (JSP) pages.
Static Resources Upload additional CSS and Javascript files.
Components Build custom controls for JSP pages.
 
  Global Resources
Users Manage users.
Tasks Organize tasks.
Appointments Track appointments.
Documents Manage documents.
Global Picklists Common choice-lists for use in any page.
 
  Development Resources
Developer Configuration Set up your development environment.
Tools and APIs IDE integration, test framework, APIs, ...
Sandboxes Separate development/test environments.
Unit Test Framework Write tests for Java code
Eclipse Plug-in Use a development IDE

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