The basic development steps when building your LANSA applications using functions are as follows:
1. Create a process. (Refer to 4.2.4 How to Create Processes.)
2. Create the required function(s) within the process. (Refer to 4.2.5 How to Create Functions.)
3. Complete the RDML coding and testing of each function. (Refer to Process/Function Compile in the Technical Reference Guide.)
4. Review the process characteristics to build online menus and to control function execution. (Refer to 4.2.7 Attached Processes/Functions Concepts, 4.2.8 Function Control Table Concepts, 4.2.9 Special Entries Concepts.)
5. Continue to create other processes and functions as required in your application design. (Refer to Processes and Functions in the LANSA Application Design Guide.)
6. Finalize the overall application interface by building your main application menu. (Refer to 4.2.7 Attached Processes/Functions Concepts, 4.2.8 Function Control Table Concepts, 4.2.9 Special Entries Concepts.)
If you are creating action bar style applications using LANSA functions, refer to 4.2.11 Action Bar Concepts.
For details about the deployment of LANSA applications, refer to the guide Deploying LANSA Applications on Windows.
Processes and Functions in the Technical Reference Guide
Processes in the Visual LANSA User Guide.