Viewing the Infrastructure

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Viewing the Infrastructure

LifeTime shows you a graphic view of your entire infrastructure. Here we have two deployments: a development system and the final production system.

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Tagging Applications

When you're ready to deploy from development to production, you tag the applications you're ready to deploy, and then click to deploy.

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Informing the User of Problems

If LifeTime finds a problem with the deployment, such as a mismatch that would result, instead of simply deploying, it warns you so you can fix the problem.

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Confirming the Deployment

When you're finally ready to deploy, you can notate the changes and confirm the deployment.

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Providing Status Reports

As deployment is taking place, LifeTime will give you a current status as the deployment is occurring.

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Rolling Back

Rolling back is just as easy as publishing.

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Building Systems Using Drag and Drop

The main integrated development environment works like traditional development IDEs, and it allows you to build your systems with a drag-and-drop interface.

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Making Changes

Modifying your pages is as easy as dropping controls on them.

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Modeling Tools

The IDE includes data-modeling tools that will feel natural if you've worked with other modeling tools.

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Linking Displayed Data

You can easily link displayed data to new pages, resulting in a simple Web link in the final application.

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