Projects Overview

   MaestroPreviously known as Transact Maestro.  |   Form Builder |  v5.1 & Higher This feature is related to v5.1 and higher.

Maestro defines a project as an entity, which sits underneath an organization, that allows you to build your application structure. Each organization can have many projects. A project contains assets and resources , such as forms, templates, components, and styles, that you can use in forms.

The Maestro Dashboard allows you to view and manage project's extensive configuration and its designs, so you can perform the following actions:

  • Rename a project
  • Update description for a project
  • Select the default template for a project
  • Enable automatic release upgrades for a project
  • Export or import a project

You only need to fully configure your organization the first time it is used. Once the style and shared component libraries are created, you only need to setup new projects for new forms.

The following steps are required to create projects:

  1. Create the Shared Components project
  2. Create the Style project
  3. Create the forms project
  4. Create the Shared Components organization library
  5. Create the Style project organization library

You have to create at least three projects within your organization, including:

  1. Shared Components Project
  2. Style Project
  3. Form Project

For more information, see resource management.

You need a shared components project to keep all your shared components

To create a shared components project.

  1. Expand Home and select the Organization
  2. Click the Create Project button
  3. Enter the Name and Description for the new project

Next, learn how to create a project.