- 1 Project Properties
- 1.1 Resource
- 1.2 Builders
- 1.3 Code Generation Mode
- 1.4 Composer Callflow Options
- 1.5 ICM Support
- 1.6 Default Logging
- 1.7 Locales
- 1.8 Orchestration Options
- 1.9 Project Facets
- 1.10 Project Properties
- 1.11 Project References
- 1.12 Prompt Management
- 1.13 Reset IPD Publish Information
- 1.14 Run Debug Settings
- 1.15 Task Repository
- 1.16 Task Tags
- 1.17 Tomcat Deployment
- 1.18 Validation
- 1.19 WikiText
Right-click a Project and select Properties to bring up a dialog box where you can view/update various Project properties. This topic describes the various Project Properties pages. For more help on each property, select the property and press F1. A help view appears on the right.
The Builders page indicates the Project type, It indicates whether the Project is a Java Composer Project, a .NET Composer Project, or another type of Project.
Code Generation Mode
Used to determine whether a Project will be used in a production or development environment. See the Debug and Release Modes topic.
Composer Callflow Options
See the GVP SessionID System Variable topic.
See the ICM Interaction Data Block topic.
See the Assign Common Block topic.
See the Locales topic.
See the Orchestration Options topic.
See the Project Properties section of the Project Menu topic.
Use when a Project refers to other Projects in the workspace.
Use this dialog box to configure the recording of prompts and to enable dynamic prompts.
See the Recording Prompts topic.
Enabling Dynamic Prompts
For information on dynamic prompts, see:
Reset IPD Publish Information
See the Publishing Updates topic.
Run Debug Settings
See the Debugging Routing Applications topic.
See the Testing your Application topic.
See the Validation topic.
Selecting Enable validation causes WikiText to validate wiki markup files in your project. This is done as part of the Project build process, so it helps to have automatic building enabled (Preferences >Workspace >Build Automatically). Validation is performed on all resources that match a wiki markup file extension. In addition, validation includes any files for which the markup language setting was set, even if the file does not have a registered wiki markup file extension.