New Session wizard helps you create a new standard session. It is accessible from File > New > Session menu item.
|Name||Type in a name for the new session.||<blank>|
|Session type||Select a session type from the list of available session types.||Smallworld™ GIS 4.0 or type selected in last wizard run.|
|Runtime||Select a runtime for the new session. If no runtimes are specified for the given session type, create a new one pressing Runtimes... button. It will open Select Runtime dialog.||First available runtime with the same target GIS version or Default.|
|Categories||Gives the possibility to add a session to selected categories.||<blank>|
|Working directory||Session launcher working directory.
The directory is later used to resolve relative paths to files and directories. It is recommended to set it to main product directory. If left empty, Runtime directory is used by default.
|Image file||Enter the path to the image file which will be used for the new session.||<blank>|
This page is used to manage environment variables. The collection of the environment variables can be created in two ways: manually and by importing variables from existing Emacs configuration files. Read more about defining environment variables in Managing environment variables concept.
|Add||Opens New Environment Variable dialog which allows to define new variable.|
|Edit||Open Edit Environment Variable dialog which allows to modify selected variable.|
|Remove||Removes selected environment variable.|
|Up||Moves selected environment variable up.|
|Down||Moves selected environment variable down.|
|Import||Opens Import Environment dialog which allows to import variables from environment or GIS aliases file.|
On this page you can select projects to which session will be assigned.
|Select All||Selects all projects in the list.||-|
|Deselect All||Deselects all projects in the list.||-|
|Show All Projects||When not checked, only projects with equal as the session target GIS version are shown in the list. Check it to display all projects.||<unchecked>|
Managing environment variables
File Menu Commands
Select Runtime Dialog
Import Environment Dialog