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Accelrys’ applications make extensive use of the toolkit. This session will show how to gain access to this functionality and provide examples of how to: configure Draw’s UI to remove capabilities that are not needed in a workflow, for example remove reaction and graphics features in a structure search application; add new functionality to Draw from Pipeline Pilot protocols, for example in a bioavailability chart; and incorporate chemical functionality into .NET and web applications. Web applications can use Draw itself if they are delivered through Internet Explorer or Accelrys JDraw for more general deployment. The new Draw Portable Edition extends the user base to CRO’s who may not have access to a local installation of Accelrys Draw.
These capabilities are field tested in Accelrys’ own applications and examples will include Isentris, Symyx Notebook, Accelrys Chemical Registration, and Pipeline Pilot protocols.