Source template documents
In this page we introduce the administration of a AWF dark web. 


Administration
In this page we introduce the adaptive plans covered in the frame. 

Each plan is an aggregate of data and analysis focused by the mission of the particular business within the corporate portfolio.

Context sensitive help
In this page we first introduce the problem of complexity increasingly affecting business.  We discuss how adaptive planning can help cope with complexity.  The adaptive planning process that is supported by the AWF is outlined. 

Each plan is an aggregate of data and analysis focused by the mission of the particular business within the portfolio.  AWF's set of template documents, tools and processes is introduced. 

Planning web

The AWF source documents



Summary

The AWF is the adaptive web framework.   source document set is discussed. 

Introduction


The conduit metaphor suggests that information sits around in discrete lumps waiting to be loaded onto a carrier.  Newspapers, for example, appear to be freighted with news that they carry out to readers.  But, as we suggested in chapter 1, news is not some naturally occurring object that journalists pick up and stick on paper.  It is made and shaped by journalists in the context of the medium and the audience.  There's no need to go as far as Marshall McLuhan's claim that the "medium is the message" to see that the medium is not an indifferent carrier here. 
The newspaper, then, is rather like the library--not simply a collection of news, but a selection and a reflection.  And the selection process doesn't just "gather news," but weaves and shapes, developing stories in accordance with available space and properties.  Properties of the newspaper inherently convey these priorities to readers.  Is it on the front page?  Above or below the fold?  Where does it jump to?  What does it appear next to?  For most newspaper readers, it's possible to gauge most stories by combining the position in the paper, the headline, accompanying graphics and their captions, and highlighted text.  Along with the kind of paper--does it look or feel like a tabloid or a broadsheet?--these characteristics indicate to an experienced reader whether to read on and also how to read on. 
By contrast, pick up these stories from standard on-line database, where the picture and position and highlights are missing, where length no longer carries significance and it is much harder to do this sort of efficient personal indexing.  Trying to keep the news but loose the paper proves trickier than it at first seems.  Indeed, even the databases rely on the implicit assumption that what they carry appeared first in paper form.  John Seely Brown and Paul Duguid p185.  

The AWF is the adaptive web framework.   includes a set of HTML template documents.  These documents can be used in two ways:
  1. As a template that will be overwritten with your own text.  This will mean you can't leverage updates to the sources provided by AWF. 
  2. As a memetic source that is leveraged in your plans.  In this case rather than changing the AWF sources directly you can use the dark web generator is a Perl script, typically launched as a child process within the configuration editor, by clicking 'generate web', which executes frame configuration file instructions merging the configuration variables with an HTML template file to generate target web pages.  The configuration instructions can be tailored by filters from the configuration file specified filter file. 
    to merge your own text with the stream included from the AWF sources.  You can instruct the dark web generator to replace tagged sub-streams of the source with your own versions.  Alternatively you can have the dark web generator insert your text at specified id tags in the included stream. 

A few include essential syntactic structures which you can use to drive the operations of the AWF dark web generator is a Perl script, typically launched as a child process within the configuration editor, by clicking 'generate web', which executes frame configuration file instructions merging the configuration variables with an HTML template file to generate target web pages.  The configuration instructions can be tailored by filters from the configuration file specified filter file. 


The set of framework is the AWF's installation directory within which the template files are organized.  Within any particular framework (such as healthcarepp) there are a number of subdirectories:
  • Awf - contains a template environment.txt file and admin.txt. 
  • en/HTML - contains the us english html source templates of the adaptive plan. 
  • filters - contains a stage directory which has a template filter.txt file. 
  • istrings - contains the merge process example frame configuration files. 
  • jquery - contains the JavaScript for a consistant version of jQuery. 
  • js - contains example javascript. 
  • stage - contains sub directories: css, images, ys
  • templates - contains merge template files referenced by the framework's istrings/ frame configuration files.  
/html templates conform to our vision of a business plan as a framework and repository of models, hypothesis and strategies about the business and its environment.  The resulting adaptive plan is assumed to include top-down and bottom-up entry points to a network of links traversing the plan structurally and associatively.  Structurally the documents are organized as starting from:
Associatively the plan should reflect the importance of key relationships within the network of links.  In particular the analysis should become a place where probable relationships are identified and evaluated based on the models and the comparison of results to the hypothetical predictions made.  This typically results in links flowing out into the execution plan as strategies are completed and results are compared with the predicted achievements in the plan. 

The framework/html directory includes:

Merging AWF template details with your planning text

The AWF is the adaptive web framework.   sources are provided as HTML files.  The HTML within these files is tagged with named AWF start and end tags are structures which are used by the dark web generator to filter the current source stream.  Once a start tag for the current case selector is detected the source data is merged into the HTML template.  This continues until a terminating end tag for the current case selector is detected.  The generator becomes a filter of the source. 
.  The dark web generator is a Perl script, typically launched as a child process within the configuration editor, by clicking 'generate web', which executes frame configuration file instructions merging the configuration variables with an HTML template file to generate target web pages.  The configuration instructions can be tailored by filters from the configuration file specified filter file. 
uses the tags to control when it will include source into particular target dark web is a web site that is not open to the Internet.  It is a set of deployed HTML files in a directory which refer to each other via file based references relative to the directory.   pages.  Within this scheme AWF provides for two types of stream adornments:
  1. Replacements of whole tagged sub-streams.  An example would be to request the dark web generator replace the 'anhp1' tagged stream in the business situation source (awffwbusit.html) with your own company relevant one.  To do this:
  2. Addition of a tagged sub-stream prior to a html 'named' point in a tagged sub-stream being deployed by the dark web generator.  An example would be to request the dark web generator to prepend to a named point within the 'sgen132' tagged stream in the business situation source (awffwbusit.html) a stream of HTML from your own company's socio-cultural plans and notes.  To do this:



























































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