- Created by Suna Arslantürk, last modified by Kirstin Seidel-Gebert on Apr 25, 2023
After logging in, you are in the Explorer of the Scheer PAS Designer:
- Use the header menu to access further functionalities, e.g. the user preferences.
- The explorer tab is the place where you manage your content. Its main purpose is to structure your work.
- The administration tab gives you access to general Designer settings.
The Header Menu
The header menu gives you access to further functionalities of the Designer.
Open the drop-down menu next to your user name to access all menu options:
The Explorer Tab
Click icon to open the explorer tab.
In the explorer tree, you can find all namespaces that have been assigned to your user. Use the tree to create new folders and services. You can search the tree content using the search field .
Go to chapter Working With the Explorer for further information on working with the explorer tree.
Click the Recent Services icon to get quick access to the recently opened services.
Contents of the Explorer Tree
In the Explorer tree you can use the following elements to structure your work:
If you click on a service in the explorer tree, the service details will be displayed on the right side of the tree.
Go to chapter Managing the Service Details for detailed information about the service details page and its options.
Click on the the explorer tab icon or on the service details area to close the explorer tab. You will then be able to edit the service details.
The Administration Tab
Click icon to open the administration tab. The Designer administration gives you access to general functionalities.
The content of the tree in the administration tab depends on the profile assigned to your account within Scheer PAS Administration .
Go to chapter PAS Designer Administration for further information about the contents of the Designer administration.
Guidance for Designer Documentation
Creating and running services in Designer consists of several steps, all of which are explained in detail in the documentation:
|Working Step in the Designer||Related Documentation|
|Service Validation and Testing|
|Service / Application Execution|