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We’ve posted hundreds of videos explaining the features of our products and how to get the most from them. Simply create or log into your My.PreSonus account. You've read and tried everything. It's time to contact Tech Support. Contact one of our regional U.S. sales representatives. Are you sure you want to continue downloading? Call or email for more information. It has EVERYTHING you need to create and play back your simulations. The Player Edition is used to play your simulations on additional computers. It is also very useful for those preparing for a promotional exam when used with our pre-made Simulation Packs. With the huge advancements in computer technology, it is best to be using the most current version. We understand that some users use different computers at different times. Call to check on special pricing on additional licenses for that purpose. If you need to run the software on several system concurrently, you will need to purchase additional licenses. You can use the software, with all features enabled, for 2 weeks without needing an Internet connection or any special serial number. The trial edition is save and load disabled. This means you will be able to use all of the powerful features of Fire Studio 6, but will not be able to save or load simulations. Finally, we always suggest that our customers run the program at least once as a trial before using the serial number to activate to ensure it works properly. You should keep this number in a safe place as you may need to activate the software again in the future. In the event that you lose this number, you will need to submit a request in writing to Digital Combustion to obtain a new one. Please contact us for details on what to include in this letter and method of delivery. It will be imperative for us to locate the original purchase in our records and verify the recipient as a representative of the license holder in order to issue a new serial number.

If you need the ability to run Fire Studio on several computers at once, you’ll need multiple licenses, either in the form of more Instructors or Players. We do not sell any version prior to 5. Nor is it designed to be installed remotely. You will need to install and run Fire Studio on the machine the students will use. The Communication Link software (sold separately) can control these installations across a network or the internet, but Fire Studio will still need to be manually installed on all machines. Exchanging custom files and simulations across a network or having a mapped drive pointing to a folder on the server are possibilities some users have explored. We cannot offer technical support in this matter. Please inquire with your IT department about setting up mapped folders. Can I run it off an external device? Also, you will not be able to install onto an external hard drive or flash drive and carry this device to other computers to use. Please refer to the Installation guide for detailed instructions. My previous version of Fire Studio worked fine, why doesn’t this one? Systems capable of running previous versions may not be enough to run version 5 or 6 at the level you require.Refer to the Installation Guide that came with your software for details. In some cases, your audio hardware may not be compatible with DirectSound or have the appropriate drivers installed to play or capture sound properly. We suggest attempting to install new sound drivers to clear up the issue. In the Start In field, type in the full path where you installed Fire Studio 4: for example C:\Fire Studio 4\ You should be able to run Fire Studio 4 normally now. This issue has been addressed in version 4.1. Using Windows Explorer, navigate to your Fire Studio folder, and open the Dev folder located within. For default installations, this will be C:\Fire Studio 4\Dev. Within that folder, there will be an OpenALwEAX file. Double-click on that file to launch the installation.

Once that is complete, go into the DirectX9 folder, and double-click on the DXSETUP file. This will install the DirectX9 drivers necessary to Fire Studio 4.0. Once this installation is complete, you should be able to run Fire Studio 4 normally. Please install new sound drivers.” Updating your sound drivers may resolve the issue, but if not, please contact Digital Combustion for a revised DLL file that will correct this issue. I exported a simulation, but now when I go to load it, it is blank. If you select a different simulation from the File Menu list and select Export Simulation, you will OVERWRITE THAT SIMULATION!! If you currently don’t have any simulation loaded, you will overwrite the simulation with a blank simulation!! Be certain that you are exporting to the current name or to an entirely unique name before executing this command. You will not receive a confirmation notice or warning within Fire Studio 4.0. These issues have been addressed in Fire Studio 4.1. Download DirectX 9 from Microsoft. Here is the link:?? this link doesn’t work, you will need to do a search for DirectX 9.0c. The Web Installer version may work for you, but if not, try the Redistributable for Software Developers.??Note: Fire Studio 4 will not run properly using Intel Graphics Chipsets, as they do not have enough power to display the graphics adequately. If installing DirectX does not clear this message, please confirm the type of graphics chipset or video card you are using. Typically, most customers who get this error are using an Intel graphics chipset, which is not sufficient to run Fire Studio 4. If you’re using a desktop, you can simply purchase a new video card and insert it into the system. If you’re using a laptop, it is unlikely that you can upgrade the chipset, and will need to use a different computer. In that time, we have developed the most realistic all-hazard simulator found anywhere.

Call today and see why organizations world-wide choose Fire Studio to dramatically improve incident safety and stability. When the sync light remains solid blue, your FireStudio Mobile is synced to your computer and is Hardware Installation ready to use! 2.1.2 Installation in Mac OS X. By default, it will choose a PreSonus driver if content, you can install it at a later time.If your keyboard controller does that came with your FireStudio Mobile. Make sure not need to receive MIDI data from Studio One (say, the breakout. More on your FireStudio Mobile. At this time, you can add information on Cue Mix can be found in Section 2.2.6. the number and type of inputs you plan to use. We 2.2.5. You are now ready to record. For complete headphone output.) When you are ready to mix your. Studio One Artist mix. Together, Studio One and a FireStudio Mobile will automatically create a new track and load the make this simple. You simply need to create mix, simply deactivate the Cue Mix object for that an output bus and enable Cue Mix. To begin, create channel. As such, you will no the Device button on your Universal Control Launch longer hear the eff ects of any inserts on the channel. The Device window of the FireStudio Mobile is the FireStudio Mobile Mixer. The Mixer section of the Universal Control Panel was designed to look and feel like a hardware mixer, so most of the features may already be familiar to you. When the FireStudio Mobile is in sync, the light optimum system performance, but small enough will be blue. Settings: Run at Startup Launches the Universal Control Application Automatically on Startup (Windows PCs Only). Click on this button to open the FireStudio Mobile Mixer. When this is enabled, the Universal Control application will automatically launch each time you To give your FireStudio Mobile a custom name, boot your Windows PC. In the gain knobs on the face of the FireStudio Mobile.

If Settings menu of the Launch window, you will fi nd your signal is too hot in your DAW, lower them with the WDM Setup option. Double-clicking the slider returns the pan to center. Input Selectors Changes the Source of the FireStudio Mobile Mixer Channels. Link Buttons Links the Adjacent Channels as a Stereo Pair. When channels are linked, changing either channel’s level changes both channels’. Keep in mind that if you daisy-chain multiple bus-powered devices, the FireWire bus might not provide enough power for your FireStudio Mobile and for other devices in the chain. This is where you connect the breakout cable for MIDI and Power Adapter Input. If you need to raise or lower the volume, the adjustment should be made from your line-level device. FireStudio Mobile FireStudio Project. PreSonus can only provide support for issues blue when it is not synced. Check the FireWire cable that directly relate to the FireStudio Mobile interface to ensure that it hasn’t become disconnected. All Rights Reserved. PreSonus, FireStudio, and Studio One are trademarks of PreSonus Audio Electronics, Inc. Macintosh is a trademark of Apple, Inc., in the U.S. and other countries. Windows is a registered trademark of Microsoft, Inc., in the U.S. and other countries. Other product names mentioned herein may be trademarks of their respective companies. You need to installSee the Android SDK'sCordova's latest Android package supports up to Android API Level 28. The supported Android API Levels and Android Versions for the pastCordova CLI. To determine what version of Cordova's Android package is installedFollow the instructions at the linked Android Developer site to get started. Opening Android Studio for the first time will guide you through the process of installing the Android SDK.

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The notification can contain boilerplate text and a shortcut to an EnterpriseOne application and can be configured to execute a Watchlist or an orchestration. To learn how to create notifications, see the JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Tools Notifications Guide. Each step in an orchestration is simply a reference to a cross reference, rule, service request, or white list component. The endpoint URL is: The post operation must include security parameters that enable access to the orchestration and any EnterpriseOne application invoked by the orchestration. See Orchestration Security Considerations for more information. You can include the same component, such as a service request or cross reference, in more than one orchestration. If a component is used as a step in more than one orchestration, you should evaluate how it is used in the other orchestrations before modifying it. This enables you to give it a new name and modify it as necessary, and eliminates the risk of breaking other orchestrations where the component is used. The Orchestrator Studio includes UDO features for creating, sharing, and modifying orchestration components as UDOs. See User Defined Object (UDO) Features in the Orchestrator Studio for a description of the UDO features. Ask your system administrator for the URL to the Orchestrator Studio. Before users can access the Orchestrator Studio, an administrator must set up security to authorize access to the Orchestrator Studio design pages and determine the actions Orchestrator Studio users can perform.It is highly recommended that you enter an EnterpriseOne environment used for testing, not a production environment. The drop-down menu also provides a link to log out of the Orchestrator Studio. You can click the Home icon at the top left of the Home page to display a side panel, which provides another way to access the orchestration component design pages.

You can also access this side panel within the component design pages for easy navigation between the different design pages. Figure 4-2 shows the Home page with the side panel enabled. This page provides links to tools for testing orchestrations, importing orchestration files, creating connection soft coding records for connector service requests, creating schedules, and accessing the JD Edwards EnterpriseOne web client. For more information, see the following topics: Starting with Tools 9.2.4, to test an orchestration, click the Run Orchestrations icon on the Orchestrator Studio 9.2.4 home page. The Orchestrator Studio 9.2.4 enables you to test version 1, version 2, and version 3 orchestrations. For information on testing the orchestrations in Orchestrator Studio 9.2.4, see Testing Orchestrations in the JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Orchestrator Guide. You can click the raised tab on the divider to hide or show the component list. Enables you to display components in the component list by UDO status: Personal, Pending Approval, Rework, Reserved, Shared, or All. It also shows a list of the orchestrations where the component is used. See Exporting Orchestration Components from the Orchestrator Studio in this guide for more information. The actions that you are allowed to perform in the Orchestrator Studio depend on the UDO security permissions granted to you by a system administrator. See Setting Up UDO Security for Orchestrator Studio Users (Release 9.2.1) in this guide for more information. An administrator or approver must approve it in order for the UDO to be shared.When reserved, no other users can make changes to it.Shared UDOs can only be deleted by an administrator. The layout buttons change the layout to vertical, horizontal, tree, radial, or circle, which helps to view more complex orchestrations that contain multiple components. Restore displays all orchestration components.

You can create the following types of service requests in the Orchestrator Studio: You can also configure a data request to perform an aggregation on data to return aggregate amounts. A connector to an orchestration can invoke a local orchestration or an orchestration on another AIS Server, such as an AIS Server on another EnterpriseOne system in a multisite operation. You can configure a connector for an Open API connection. You can configure a connector to invoke REST services from your local AIS server while the orchestration is executing. See Identifying the Service Request Information for the Orchestration for more information. You can access the Process Recorder in EnterpriseOne and record each step or action that you want the form request to perform, which the Process Recorder then saves as a form request. See Creating a Form Request with the JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Orchestrator Process Recorder. At the end of the service request row, click Edit (pencil icon) and select the service request type that you want to create. Do NOT include special characters in the name.In the space provided, enter a description with a maximum of 200 characters. This description will appear below the service request name in the component list. After configuring the service request, you can use the UDO buttons described in the User Defined Object (UDO) Features in the Orchestrator Studio section to move the service request to the appropriate status. You can access the Process Recorder in EnterpriseOne and record each step or action that you want the form request to perform, which the Process Recorder then saves as a form request. See Creating a Form Request with the JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Orchestrator Process Recorder. This enables you to configure an orchestration that includes rules with conditions so that clients can call different versions dynamically.

The form mode ensures that you can see all of the form controls in the Orchestrator Studio that are available in the form at runtime. With application stack processing, the form request can invoke multiple forms in different applications to complete a business process. Without the application stack processing, each form in the form request is opened independently. There are other considerations when selecting values to return from forms in an Application Stack, as described in Configuring Form Request Actions. Enabled by default. This option specifies whether to return data from all forms or just the last form. It also ensures that the events in the EnterpriseOne application are run synchronously. This option is recommended if there are steps that follow the form request in the orchestration or if you configure the form request to return a response. If the form request involves invoking a control that launches an asynchronous report or any long running process, it is possible that the Orchestrator could time out if Run Synchronously is enabled. This option enables the form request to ignore event rules when loading the form fields and controls in the Available Actions grid. For example, some forms have event rules to perform a find on entry or hide certain fields, which can cause the load to fail or prevent certain fields from loading in the Available Actions grid. These options affect how the form request will be processed. See Configuring Form Request and Data Request Processing for more information. The name of the form is displayed in the first row in the grid. After configuring each action, click the Add Action button at the end of each row to add it to the Order of Execution area. Child nodes categorize other items and include a Buttons and Exits node, a node for displaying the available Query by Example (QBE) fields in a grid (if applicable), and a node for displaying all available columns in a grid.

In each field to which you want to map an orchestration input, enter a variable name. When you add this form request to an orchestration, you map the orchestration input to this variable. The variables names for the inputs in the form request should match the inputs defined in the orchestration to which you add the form request. See Adding Inputs to an Orchestration and Mapping Orchestration Inputs for more information. See Populating Multiple Grids with Repeating Inputs (Optional) for more information. You can also add a hard-coded value to use if the mapped value returns a null. If there are multiple radio buttons grouped together on a form, select only one. If you select more than one, only the last radio button in the Order of Execution list will be used. Use this action if the form has a button to perform an action on all selected grid grows. For example, if you want to update the PO status for all rows in a grid, add this action to the Order of Execution area and then configure the next action to update the PO status. Or you can enter a value in the Default Value column to select a specific row. To select the first row in the grid, leave these columns blank when adding this action to the Order of Execution. If you use text substitution for the input, the field cannot contain a mapped value. The substituted text string becomes the default value for the field when you add it to the Order of Execution list. If you do not specify any return values, all values on the form will be returned. Return values may be used by customized third-party gateway programs or devices to perform further processing based on the values returned from EnterpriseOne applications. Make sure this action follows the steps needed to populate the returned fields in the form, and make sure that it occurs before an action that clears the data or navigates from the page.

If you need to return more than one value at different times on the same form, add the same form twice to the form request, configuring the additional return value in the second form. In this scenario, it is recommended to use the Process Recorder, where you can select multiple values to return from any form in the process. When you add the form request to an orchestration, this name appears in the orchestration inputs grid, which makes the returned value available for mapping to subsequent steps in the orchestration. See Retrieving and Passing Data Sets in an Orchestration for more information. Hidden fields are fields that appear only after performing a particular action in a form. In the EnterpriseOne web client, use the field-level help (Item Help or F1 key) to identify the control IDs for hidden fields and grid columns. The control ID is displayed in the Advanced Options section in the help pop-up window. Optionally, you can enter a variable name to represent the return value in the associated Name field. Optionally, you can enter a variable name to represent the return value in the associated Name field. See Configuring Form Request and Data Request Processing for details. You can also delete any actions using the Delete (X) button. Figure 4-7 shows the Order of Execution area. This value can be used to associate a set of repeating inputs to the grid. If you need to populate more than one grid in an orchestration, change this value to identify each grid.This simplified method to create a form request is an alternative to manually creating a form request in the Orchestrator Studio. The input is the name of the field, and the data you enter becomes the default value. For example, if you click a field called Customer Number and enter 1001, the Process Recorder records an input called Customer Number with a default value of 1001. You can delete, change, or replace the value with a variable by editing the form request in Orchestrator Studio.

You can select return values from any form while recording the form request. Or you can open an application and then start the recording before performing the first action in a form. You cannot start recording after performing an action in an EnterpriseOne application. Later, when you add the form request to an orchestration, you can use the Iterate Over feature in the Orchestrator Studio to configure the form request to add multiple records. You can record this as long as you access the other forms from a Form or Row menu. However, you cannot return to the EnterpriseOne home page and launch another application. If the business process requires launching a second application from the EnterpriseOne home page, then record it as a separate form request. To ensure that you do not sully production data, it is highly recommended that you use the Process Recorder in an EnterpriseOne test environment. If recording in a production environment, delete any transactions that were created while using the Process Recorder. To make it available in EnterpriseOne, a system administrator must enable both of the following security types: Therefore, users must be authorized to create service requests through UDO action security before they can access and use the Process Recorder to create a form request.Later, you can change the name of the input and delete or change the default value by editing the form request in Orchestrator Studio. If you return to the EnterpriseOne home page or try launching a separate application from the Carousel while recording, the Process Recorder pauses the recording and will not record those steps. To resume the recording, click the Paused button and the Process Recorder will resume recording, returning you to the point in the process in which you initially paused the recording. If you add a control or column by mistake, click it again to remove it from the list. If you are on EnterpriseOne Tools 9.2.2.

4, you can return values only from the last form in the process. To discard the process and start over, click Discard. To add it to an orchestration, see Adding Steps to an Orchestration. This enables you to map the returned data to subsequent steps in an orchestration. Variables are only supported in the first row of a response. If a query contains multiple rows, only the values from the first row will be available as variables. You cannot save a data request in Orchestrator Studio 8, if you last modified it using Orchestrator Studio For example, a business analyst wants to add a data request to an orchestration that returns a customer's credit limit amount. To configure the data request, the business analyst: From the Cross Reference form, click the Interactive Applications tab, then click Business Views Used by an Interactive Application or Tables Used by an Interactive Application. If you do not have access to the Cross Reference Facility, ask an administrator to look up this information for you. You can use the Data Set Variable Name field to configure the data request to return a data set. See Retrieving and Passing Data Sets in an Orchestration for more information. You can use a query instead of or in combination with the filtering criteria defined in a data request. The queries that you can see in this list are based on UDO security permissions. This notation is only necessary for input variables to distinguish between a variable and a hard coded value. See Configuring Form Request and Data Request Processing. You can use the Data Set Variable Name field to configure the data request to return a data set. The queries that you can see in this list are based on UDO security permissions. To use the returned count in a subsequent orchestration step, enter a variable name in the adjacent field. In this case, the data request response will return a unique row for each customer with the customer's total orders for the year.