After you create a component or open an existing one, the ATG Control Center opens a Component Editor window. The editor window is divided into several tabs that let you examine and manage various aspects of the component:

Note: If your ATG software includes solutions in addition to ATG Adaptive Scenario Engine, the Component Editor may include additional tabs for certain components.

The component’s name and icon, class, configuration layer, pathname, module, and category appear at the top of the editor window. The menu bar and the toolbar in the upper right corner lets you change the state of the component, save any changes you make to it, refresh the editor window, open the Component Browser and get online Help. The information panel at the bottom of the editor gives you descriptive information about the component’s properties and methods.

The following sections show how to use the Component Editor to configure Nucleus components:

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