Setup occurs in the Axional Studio configuration database (wic_conf).

1 Database Setup

Axional Term uses a database catalog to store and design terminal forms. This catalog is named wic_term and can be downloaded from the Axional Studio distribution catalogs.

1.1 Load wic_term Catalog

Load wic_term.exp onto your database server.

1.2 Register wic_term as a Database Object

  1. Log in as manager to access the configuration database.
  2. Register wic_term as a database object.

1.3 Set Up Production Database Adding wic_term as a Catalog

  1. Log in as manager to access the configuration database.
  2. From the application menu, select the database objects.
  3. Select the production database:

  4. Access database catalogs and add wic_term to the list of application catalogs:

2 User Configuration

Database Connection Groups

Each user has a 'connection group' to access the database granted to them. This group must have enabled the flag 'access to (SOAP or ALL)' in order to activate SOAP access to the system.

SOAP Access


An example below shows how to access this application:

Menu Screen

Please keep in mind that SOAP access is required to perform communications between the application and the system.

3 Database Configuration

Database Connection Groups

The connection group, linked to the user's profile, contains the set of databases granted to this group.

Within a specific database, where the terminal application will exchange transactions, the SOAP services flag must be enabled.

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  1. Access to a group's database configuration is gained through the ' Database' tag of the Connection groups.

  2. Select the database.

  3. Check that SOAP services flags are enabled.

  4. If the user must handle transactions, check that they possess database permissions.

4 Launch wic_term

Launch wic_term to the database just to add all necessary schema (tables, index, foreign keys, functions, procedures, triggers, etc.)

Run Construct Model and Compile Code from the wic_term database to the production database.