Confirming Device-to-AppStudio Access
AppStudio comes with a browser-based test page for troubleshooting device-to-server connectivity, database and plug-in connection, and application usage. You can use the AppStudio Test Page to:
- Confirm access to data sources.
- Monitor usage and system logs.
- Cut and paste SQL for troubleshooting AppStudio applications, by generating reports such as screen view values, or error and query logs.
For greater security, the AppStudio Test Page comes with an additional layer within the AppServer directory. You can restrict access to viewing the AppStudio Test Page at both the IIS and file level.
To confirm that mobile users can access an application:
- Go to the base URL of the newly configured AppStudio virtual directory, typically located at:
- Click Test page for AppStudio Services to display the service test page.
- Uncheck Format Results as a Table.
- Under Automated Test Selection, select an active application, user and screen.
- Set Session ID to some arbitrary value (this field cannot be cannot be left null).
- Click Run Test.
If you configured security correctly, the reporting pane displays the message 0|Success.
If you do not see the AppStudio Test page, check the following:
- You have the correct base URL for the AppServer.
- The AppServer is running.
- The configuration database is running and accessible.
- The virtual directory is configured correctly, is pointing to the physical install directory, and that correct permissions are configured in IIS.
- Your login is authorized to connect to this Web server.
If the 0|Success message fails to display, check the following:
web.configfile contains correct settings for the database connection strings DB server name, database name, and user ID.
- The encrypted password string is present, and if the password could be incorrect, re-encrypt the password and put the new password string in the