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You want to reference several pages of your WEBDEV site?
You want to send the address of one of your site pages?
Use AWP pages in your WEBDEV sites!
What is an AWP page?

AWP page

An AWP page (.AWP file) is a dynamic WEBDEV page without context.
This page can be accessed at any time via a link such as: http://www.mysite.com/myAWPpage.awp.
An AWP page can receive additional parameters in its URL.
Example: This page will display the product #3254 corresponding to the category 23. Even with these parameters, this page remains accessible at any time.
The AWP pages are stand-alone pages (they require no library (WDL) to operate). Only the images used by the page must be found on the server.

WEBDEV site with AWP pages

A dynamic WEBDEV site can contain one or more AWP pages. Each one of these pages can be accessed directly (without going through the first dynamic page of the project).
You can:
  • reference each one of the AWP pages by the search engines. In the above-mentioned example, the search engines will reference the product displayed by the page.
  • give the address of one or more AWP pages to a friend. In our example, the page displayed will the one related to the requested product.
  • include one or more AWP pages in the favorites.
  • optimize the management of resources on the server.

CAUTION: The AWP mode is reserved to developers who are already familiar with WEBDEV.

A good knowledge of WEBDEV (including the concepts of sessions and contexts) is required to use this advanced mode. Indeed, the contexts must be managed by programming in this mode.
Some features specific to the automatic contexts may no longer operate in this mode.
Some constraints must be complied with when developing this type of pages.
Minimum version required
  • Version 9
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