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BSP / HowTo: Exploring BSP Development and the MiniWAS 6.20 Part 4a

First things first, I have to say sorry I said I was going to include the OTR in the last entry and I completely forgot so I am adding it – it kind of falls under advanced anyway doesn’t it?    ** [Part 1 | BSP / HowTo: Exploring BSP Development and the MiniWAS 6.20] – Introduction and beginning elements, sample data.  ** [Part 2 | BSP / HowTo: Exploring BSP Development and the MiniWAS 6.20 Part 2] – Building the CLASSES and ITERATORS.  ** Part 3 – Putting your pages in place. 0.1.   0.2.   {code:html}BSP / HowTo: Exploring BSP Development and the MiniWAS 6.20 Part 3a{code}  0.1.  {code:html}BSP / HowTo: Exploring BSP Development and the MiniWAS 6.20 Part 3b{code}  0.1. Part 4 – Extended Features  0.1.   0.2.  {code:html}BSP / HowTo: Exploring BSP Development and the MiniWAS 6.20 Part 4a{code} 0.1.  {code:html}BSP / HowTo: Exploring BSP Development and the MiniWAS 6.20 Part 4b{code}  0.1. [Part 5 | BSP / HowTo: Exploring BSP Development and the MiniWAS 6.20 Part 5] – Conclusions     So getting right down to it, I’ve realized once again that this is a lot of information and therefore I’ve split Part 4 into parts a and b as well.    So first things first we need to create a new Page With Flow Logic under our BSP Application.   image
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