On Sunday 17 March 2002 02:19 pm, Ernesto Revilla wrote:
> Dear Chuck, Geofff and Co,
> I recently installed Webware v7b2 and found that docs of MiddleKit
> and others are not directly accessible thru the Webkit example pages.
> I added some new contexts to view them thru the Web. It would be nice
> if there was a single entry point (accessible thru local Web) to all
> of the documents (like the index.html in the /Webware/docs dir)
> As I want to write a full blown ERP using Webkit I wanted to see the
> Middlekit example. But the help page accessible thru the MKBrowser
> does not explain very well what I have to do. Do I have to set up a
> database? Which ones are preconfigured?, etc. If the questions are
> not easy to answer please put a link 'Please read the MiddleKit docs
> first.' which points to the docs.
> The first impression is very important, and a user who sees the
> examples working with very few user interventions will find Webware
> much more attractive. (The best environment for web application
> development. ;-) )
> With best regards,
Good points. WebKit, by default, does not yet give you access to the
documentation of the components sitting next to it. Any takers?
In the interim, access the docs directly via the file
Webware/Docs/index.html as explained right at the bottom of the
Regarding MiddleKit, it comes with an Introduction and Quick Start.
Also, the Wiki pages are a must-read: