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A project is the highest level container, which holds all of the information about the project. For example, if you are creating an Advisor application to configure automobiles, the project would contain all the information about all the makes and models of cars you sell.
For more information, see Working with Advisor Projects.
This view lists all the pagesets that are part of this project. You work with each individual pageset using the Pagesets screen, described in Pageset Details Screen.
Pageset are the basic building blocks of the project. For example, if you are creating an Advisor application to configure automobiles, each pageset could contain all the information about one model of car.
Use the Contents List view to create and work with your contents lists. The contents list is a collapsible list used to navigate an application. The end user can click a contents list item in runtime to view the pageset associated with that item.
For example, if you are creating an Advisor application to configure automobiles, contents list would be a list of all the makes and models of cars you sell. The end user could click a make of car to display all the models associated with that make. Then the end user could click a model of car to display the pageset for that model.
For more information, see Using Advisor Contents Lists.
For information on working in this view, see Working with Advisor Project Files.
Use the Validation Results view to make sure your project model has no errors. When you validate your project, this view displays any errors. Click on an error to find the exact area in the project where the error needs to be fixed.
For more information, see Validating an Advisor Project.
In a large project, use the Search feature to locate the text you are looking for. In the Search view, you can search the project data for text strings text. The Search tab displays a list of matches for your search entry. Clicking on a particular match takes you to the project area containing that text.
For more information, see Performing an Advisor Project Data Search.
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