When managing core application there are two methods: simple and advanced, This article describes the advanced method.
1. To map the core applications to the ‘All Users’ Blueprint, click the ‘Admin Settings’ icon in the top right of the window and select ‘Blueprints’ from the left menu bar.
2. Click the edit (pencil) icon to the right of ‘Project Blueprints’ and click New Folder from the menu. Name the folder App Stacks.
|3. Set the folder as the primary App Stack folder:|
|4. Next, create a Blueprint for all users:|
|5. To flag the Blueprint as the primary Blueprint for all users:|
|6. The ‘All Users’ Blueprint should also be mapped to all applications:|
7. Refresh the browser before progressing to the next step.
|8. For the changes to take effect, initiate a manual sync:|
9. In the ‘Troubleshooting’ panel at the bottom, click the Run Housekeeping Task button.
10. Once finished, close the Portal window.
|11. In MigrationStudio, click User Migration from the main menu. Verify that the ‘All Users’ Blueprint is visible and that this Blueprint contains all the users in the system:|
|12. Create a Core Application “container” entry:|
|14. Define the default application strategy:|
1. Change to the AppTracker screen by clicking the AppTracker tab.
2. Click the Grid Extensions button and choose App Submissions -> Switch to Pending View from the menu.
3. Rationalise or accept the core applications as covered in the Application Rationalisation Mini-Guide (link)
4. Once the core applications have been processed in the Submissions View, click the Grid Extensions button and choose App Submissions -> Switch to Applications View from the menu
5. Double-click the application to be marked as core
6. Tick the Is Core App checkbox* from the ‘Misc. Info’ panel.
Important: Do not mark the “Core Applications Container” application as core; only the individual core applications
7. Click the Save button to commit the changes
* If this option is not visible, click the ‘Admin Settings’ icon in the top right and select ‘Applications’ from the right menu bar. Scroll down to the ‘Misc Info’ panel at the bottom and enable the ‘Show in AppDetails’ checkbox for ‘IsCoreApp’.
8. Now the individual core applications need to be added to the Core Applications Container. Locate and select the Core Applications container in AppTracker
9. Change to the Dependencies sub-tab
10. Search for the core application
11. Select the application from the list, ensure that ‘Pre-Rec’ is selected from the drop-down menu and click the Add Dependency button.
12. Note that each individual core application will not be directly linked to the users. Instead they will be linked as dependencies via the “Core Applications Container”: