Cora SeQuence V9.0 introduces several new terms. Make sure that you are familiar with these terms before you install or deploy applications.
|Application kind||Site or Service|
|Application type||Administration, Flowtime, ADSS, BRS, JES|
|Build||Assembly of a Cora SeQuence application built from a list of selected modules . The result of a "build" is a Cora SeQuence Application package.|
|Build machine||A computer—typically a PC, but can be a server, used to build Cora SeQuence applications.|
|Cora SeQuence application||An application that delivers Cora SeQuence functionality. There are five types of application: Administration, Flowtime, ADSS, BRS, and JES.|
|Cora SeQuence Application package||ZIP file that includes application files and folders required for the Cora SeQuence application.|
|Cora SeQuence Deployment package||ZIP file that contains:|
|Cora SeQuence module||A collection of universal packages—NuGets— that delivers basic Cora SeQuence functionality.|
|Cora SeQuence SDK Tools||Installation package that includes the following elements:|
|Deployment process||The action of setting up an instance of a Cora SeQuence application on a target server.|
|PowerShell function||Collection of code required to perform specific deployment actions, such as install applications, set authentication, or get service GUID.|
|PowerShell module||Unit that includes all correlated PowerShell functions.|
For more details, see this page.
|Project template||Visual Studio template for building a Cora SeQuence application.|