Setting the Login transition

When we start configuring an App, we might first add a Login Component and make it the Start Component.

Then Logiak warns us (i.e. flags a System Issue) that a Login Component always need another Component to be defined as what should happen after a successful login.

The Login Transition

In Logiak, some Components have named transitions like this.
The Login component has the "Login" transition and we need to specify a Component as the destination of this transition.

So we can click the edit button on the Login transition...

Then click +Add and choose the Component which should show after Login

Now the Main Actions Component will be shown included in the App Structure, as the destination of the (on LOGIN) transition from the Login Component.

The Patient Registration component is also linked into the App Structure because it is included within Main Actions.

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Setting the Login transition

When we start configuring an App, we might first add a Login Component and make it the Start Component.

Then Logiak warns us (i.e. flags a System Issue) that a Login Component always need another Component to be defined as what should happen after a successful login.

The Login Transition

In Logiak, some Components have named transitions like this.
The Login component has the "Login" transition and we need to specify a Component as the destination of this transition.

So we can click the edit button on the Login transition...

Then click +Add and choose the Component which should show after Login

Now the Main Actions Component will be shown included in the App Structure, as the destination of the (on LOGIN) transition from the Login Component.

The Patient Registration component is also linked into the App Structure because it is included within Main Actions.

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