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

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

Making changes to the HTML source files  


The details of editing the HTML source files with SeaMonkey are reviewed. 


SeaMonkey is an open source project which develops and maintains the HTML graphical editor based on Netscape's composer.  It can be downloaded at:

SeaMonkey can be used to edit copies of the 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 files.  Generally you can use it as a WYSIWYG editor.  But occasionally AWF requires specific actions to be followed.  Examples are the input of a new glossary entry explained below. 

Updating your glossary

The glossary must be organized as an HTML unnumbered list.  You should see this as a list with each statement preceeded by a sphere and an anchor.  The title of the glossary item is highlighted in a bold font. 

To add a new definition:
  • Place the cursor at the end of the previous glossary statement. 
  • Hit enter - You should now see an empty list item with a sphere before your cursor. 
  • Type in the name and definition of the new entry. 
  • Highlight the name of the new entry and select Insert-> Named Anchor. 
  • Move the cursor to the front of the text (which should be the name of the entry with spaces replaced by '_'. 
  • Type 'gl_'
  • Hit enter. 
  • Highlight the name of the new entry and select B (bold) button. 
Your new entry should now look similar to all the other entries. 

You can reference any of the entries within the glossary list by highlighting the text where the link should be associated selecting the SeaMonkey Link #gl_<name>.