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 +====== DGLux Terminology ======
  
 +===== DGLux View =====
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 +A DGLux View is a layout of panels configured to display desired facility information. A view can consist of panes displaying native DGLux dashboard widgets (charts, gauges, indicators),​ graphical representations of equipment, external content (web-page, video, PDF, Excel, PowerPoint, 3rd-party widgets, external graphics, etc.), or a combination of all of the above. ​
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 +===== DGLux User =====
 +
 +A DGLux User is a user profile with unique credentials and permissions to access the DGLux web-interface. DGLux User permissions can range from Super-User who has access to all of the functionality in DGLux, to a basic view user who only has access to the DGLux Views pre-configured for him with no ability to create new views or edit existing ones. 
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 +===== User Management =====
 +
 +User Management is the pane in which a DGLux User with appropriate permissions can create and edit other DGLux Users and edit their user permissions.
 +
 +===== DGLux Navigation =====
 +
 +DGLux Navigation is a navigation hierarchy which allows a DGLux User to navigate DGLux Views in the system. Each DGLux User can have a unique navigation hierarchy created for them to limit access to only their relevant DGLux Views.
 +
 +===== Navigation Builder =====
 +
 +Navigation Builder is the pane in which a DGLux User with appropriate permissions will create and edit the DGLux Navigation either for himself or other DGLux Users in the system.
 +
 +===== View Mode =====
 +
 +The View Mode is the application state in which a DGLux User has the ability to load DGLux Views that are pre-configured and available to him in his DGLux Navigation and interact with the data in the loaded DGLux Views.
 +
 +===== Design Mode =====
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 +The Design Mode is the application state in which a DGLux User with appropriate permissions can create new DGLux Views or edit existing ones and save them to the system repository.
 +
 +===== DGLux Viewer =====
 +
 +The DGLux viewer is a DGML interpreting engine which is capable of loading any DGLux view without exposing the DGLux application frame and tool-set to the user. DGLux Viewer can run in any standard, flash enabled, browser or as a native application on iOS/Android devices.