Defining Applications on Application Diagrams
In Application Designer, you can define, configure, and connect applications that provide or use services. For example, you can specify settings that control application or run-time environment behavior. You can constrain the logical server types that can host an application. You can also validate applications for deployment by creating deployment definitions and validating them against a logical datacenter that represents the run-time environment. After designing applications, you can use them to compose application systems.
Provides an overview of defining applications and other related tasks you can perform using Application Designer.
Describes predefined application types that you can define on the application diagram and support for extending application types and creating prototypes from existing applications and endpoints.
Describes how to begin defining applications on the application diagram.
Describes how to specify a WSDL file location to define or create a Web service endpoint.
Contains topics about renaming applications on the application diagram.
Contains topics about defining ASP.NET applications on the application diagram.
Describes how to substitute Web services on the application diagram.
Contains topics about refreshing Web services and their Web references when the Web service definition or WSDL file changes.
Describes considerations to remember when using custom Web service client proxy classes to invoke Web services.
Contains topics about referencing class libraries from applications on the application diagram.
Contains topics about deleting applications from the application diagram.