This article provides an overview of the Application Menus, a graphical user interface (GUI) element used to organize program functions and displays. It explains the various types of menus, how to create them, and what features should be included. It also discusses the benefits of using an application menu and provides tips for designing efficient menus. Finally, it looks at a few examples of application menus and how they can be used effectively.
A typical Solution provides an organized user interface with navigation menus that access many pages. To create this user interface, use the Application form. An Application contains an organized navigation tree allowing users access certain Solution areas. Access to Applications is driven by the Roles previously set up within the Solution.