Go to the top-level by clicking the Home button and select the Deployments tab.
Then click on the +Deployment button.
A dialogue appears in which you provide a name for the deployment, select the Project you want to Deploy, leave other options as they are for now and click Ok.
Once you click Ok, you should see the new Deployment listed.
The orange flag is another system issue, this time we are warned that all Deployment configuration changes have to be pushed to the Cloud, so that devices can access them.
But we will make a few more changes before pushing this Deployment to the Cloud, so the warning will stay for a while.
Assign User to Role
Go into the Deployment and do this:
- Select the Groups tab
- Click on the root group, so that the edit panel appears to the right
- In the edit panel, select Assign -> Assign users to role: nurse
In the dialogue which appears, just paste in the email address of your test end User Account and click Ok.
Now you should see that we have successfully assigned the role nurse to the User Account (and that the user is in the root Group of this Deployment).
If you remember, in the Project we assigned the "Community Health" App to the role nurse, so now we have told Logiak that email@example.com is a nurse, there is enough information for Logiak to deliver the correct App when firstname.lastname@example.org initializes.
Set Development Mode
But let us do one more thing first. Let us set the Deployment to be in "development mode". This will give us a very quick development cycle, as you shall see.
Go to the Apps/Versions tab and check the "Development Mode" checkbox.
Push Deployment Configuration to Cloud
Now we are ready to push this Deployment configuration to the Cloud.
Select the Cloud tab in the Deployment, and click on the Update Deployment Configuration in Cloud button,
In the dialogue which appears, just click Update button.
When that completes and "Done" is shown, we can move to the next step of getting the App onto a device.