Last modified: Mon, 04/03/2017 - 12:50
LAS is highly configurable. More often that not you can get LAS to work the way you want to just by changing the configuration. If not, here's some information about the inner workings of LAS.
- The JavaDoc
This release of LAS is entirely based on Java and Java servlets. You can find out a lot of interesting things about how LAS works by studying the JavaDoc.
- The XML and JSON Messages used by LAS
This section has a brief description of the various messages that get passed between LAS components.
- The REST Interface for GUI Construction
You can use this REST interface to query the LAS server for data you need to populate a graphical user interface to LAS data and operations.
- LAS Error Message from the Ferret Backend Service
We want LAS to be able to send informative and user friendly message to the user when something goes wrong when making a product using the Ferret Backend Service. Toward that end, we've created some configuration options to control the content and format of the error messages seen by the user. This page explains how they work.
- Full Error Output
An example of the full error output from the Ferret Backend Service.
- map_scale information
- Getting configuration information from within an output template.
When writing an output template you have access to all of the LAS configuration information. This document explains how to get to the information you need.
- Template Snippets
Velocity templates snippets that do useful things.
- Animation Frames XML
Information about the contents of the xml file that controls animations.