This page contains information to quickly getting started with the GUI.
The first thing you need is the library installed, see Installation.
After successful installation, DAF can be run in graphical mode by executing the command
daf-gui command inside the terminal.
This will open up (after a few seconds) a graphical display you can use to control the framework.
The GUI consists of:
START and STOP buttons starting and stopping DAF’s core,
Optional modules tab - Where you can install optional functionallity
Schema definition tab - Where you can define accounts, guilds, messages & type of logging:
Accounts - Section for defining your accounts (and guilds and messages).
Logging - Section for defining the logging manager used and the detail of the trace (printouts).
“Schema” menu button - Allows save or load of GUI data and generation of a Python script which will advertise defined data without a GUI. The script interacts directly with DAF core.
Live view - Viewing and updating objects directly in DAF.
Output tab for displaying stdout (console) - this is useful for debugging purposes,
Analytics tab for doing SQL analysis on sent messages:
Messages - Used to view message logs stored in a SQL database.
Number of messages - Table showing successfully and unsuccessfully sent message counts.