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Eras Beginners Tutorials

Eras integrated Platform as a Service (Eras Paas) simplifies and automates software solution development by introducing an approach of configuring and assembling basic building blocks present in the platform. Such settings can be done by just filling forms of the platform service.

These building blocks are categorized into three types –

Structure Entities

Structure entities are a group of entities that define the data model of a solution. Basically it allows configuring the different tables (columns) and their relationships with other tables.

This set of entities contain:-

Functionalities related structure entities are detailed in -

Eras System and Solutions Download PDF


Security Entities

Security entities are a group of entities that define access permissions on each of the entity configured in the solution.

This set of entities contain:-

Functionalities related security entities are detailed in -

Eras Security, Abstraction and Identity Download PDF


Layout Entities

Layout entities are a group of entities that define customizations to look and feel of each entity when they are being displayed to users.

Note: corresponding to each entity configured in the system a set of views and forms are automatically created by the platform. However it is possible to configure more such views and forms or modify the ones created by default.

This set of entities contain:-

Functionalities related layout entities are detailed in -

Eras Site, Handlers and Reports Download PDF


Eras Service Host API

Eras provides web API (Application Program Interface) for applications to perform actions programmatically or retrieve information. The API is available through multiple standard endpoint addresses, for SOAP and REST supporting both XML and JSON data formats. (In progress document)

Information related to Eras action service API is detailed in -

Eras Programming Guide