The Save As Static Object dialog enables you to save the following dynamic objects as static: Dynamic SmartDataViewers (DynView) and Dynamic SmartDataObjects (DynSDO).
Access the Save As Static Object dialog by selecting .
This dialog includes the following options:
|File name||Displays the default name of the dynamic object you have selected. You can enter a different name.|
|Save in||Displays the default directory where the selected dynamic object is saved as static. You can click the Browse icon to select a different path.|
|Register object||Select this check box to register the dynamic object as static to the Repository.|
|Object name||Displays the name of the object, as it appears in the File name field. This is a read-only field.|
|Description||Displays a default description of the selected object. You can change the description.|
|Root directory||Displays the default root directory in which the dynamic object is saved as static. You can click Browse to select a different directory.|
|Product module||Select the product module in which you want to save the object.|
|Full path name||Displays the full path name of the directory in which the dynamic object is saved as static. This is a read-only field.|
|Deploy to web||Select this check box to deploy the object to web (for Web and client/server deployment types).|
|Deploy to client||Select this check box to deploy the object to the client machines (for WebClient and client/server deployment types).|
|Deploy to server||Select this check box to deploy the object to remote servers (for client/server, AppServer, and Web deployment types).|
|Design object||Select this check box to deploy the object only for design (development) purpose.|