Getting Started

Sequencing

Sequencing Sequencing is the last required step in the build process. This is a screenshot of the Sequence Field Selection screen: All of the fields that you selected through the Table/Field Selection specification will appear in this drop-down list..  Sequencing will allow you to order your application by any field(s) in either ascending or descending […]

Data Selection

Table/Field Selection After first creating your table, you will automatically be brought to the Data Selection specification screen. Initially, you will be prompted to select your first table. Notice that all of the tables available to you are all the tables that you have registered to your current data dictionary. Here you can filter your […]

Application Settings

Application Settings The Create a New Application screen and the Applications Settings specification are both similar. When first creating your application you will be brought to the Create a New Application Screen. Should you wish to make a change to anything initially specified, you cannot return to that screen. Instead, you can use the Application […]

m-Power System Requirements

m-Power System Requirements   Prior to installing m-Power, please be sure that the following requirements have been met. *64-bit servers are highly recommended as they support more RAM than 32-bit servers.* m-Power End-User Client Requirements Web Browser Microsoft Internet Explorer Internet Explorer 11 or later Firefox Firefox Version 40.0 or later Chrome Chrome Version 40.0 […]

Tomcat FAQ

Tomcat FAQ    By default, m-Power utilizes Tomcat  as an application server. The purpose of the Tomcat software is to serve as an intermediary between your end-user's requests and your database server. More information about Tomcat can be found here. While the installation of m-Power is straightforward, when it comes to configuring Tomcat, many users […]

Introduction to m-Power

Introduction to m-Power   What is m-Power? m-Power is software which automates enterprise web application development and modernizes legacy business applications. m-Power reduces web application development time, lowers development costs, and increases productivity. m-Power is an application development tool. It is used by business people and developers to create data-driven Web applications. It takes your […]

Basic Database and m-Power Terms

Basic Database and m-Power Terms   Please review the following database and m-Power terms: Database Terms Database A collection of stored data in a structured format. A Data Dictionary is a collection of tables and fields and the applications you build over them. It is your m-Power work environment. Table A set of data values […]

Make Your First Application

Make Your First Application   When beginning a new application, mrc recommends that you plan out all of the screens before even creating your first screen. This provides a general overview for the entire project. When it comes to making the application, it is important to consider just one screen at a time. It might […]

Backups

Backups When you start using m-Power, what pieces should be saved for backups? m-Power is simple. It is comprised of one directory named /m-power, installed by default in the application server's program files: /m-power (for Windows) /root/m-power (for UNIX-style OS) The generated applications are stored by default in a sub-directory: \m-power\mrcjava\WEB-INF\classes\DD (for Windows) /m-power/mrcjava/WEB-INF/classes/DD (for […]

Data Dictionary

Data Dictionary   A Data Dictionary is a work environment for m-Power users. It contains the registered meta-data that describe the tables/fields/joins/rules needed to create applications. For each Data Dictionary, there is a corresponding server file directory containing all of the generated components for all of the applications created within that Data Dictionary. Within the […]