- When you logon to LANSA as a Slave Workstation, you select the partition, language and task ID to be used. The LANSA Administrator will create profiles and authorities to control access to LANSA.
- When you logon to LANSA with a free trial version or with an Independent Workstation, you select Partition and click OK.
- LANSA can be started from the LANSA desktop folder or using the Window's Start menu.
- Documentation in the LANSA folder is a link to the documentation home page.
- LANSA documentation is now delivered from the LANSA Documentation web site, and will be displayed in your default browser.
- The Search tab in a document is used to search a selected guide.
- A link at the bottom of each help page will take you back a level.
Tips & Techniques
- Remember to use the F1 online help while using LANSA and these exercises. There is online help throughout the user interface.
- LANSA provides a wide range of user, developer, administrator and technical documentation, as well as documentation by product.
- Each help page contains a link to the section it is part of. Each section contains a link to the home page for the guide.
What I Should Know
- How to start Visual LANSA.
- How to logon using a specific partition, language and task ID.
- How to open the LANSA documentation and use the documentation toolbar.
- How to use F1 context sensitive help. (F2 context help will be tried in a later exercise.)
- How to search all LANSA guides or how to search a single guide.
- Partition Initialize from the LANSA Logon dialog will load the shipped Demonstration Systems which includes the files used in training courses.