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Models

Models are set up during the installation, and each installed model appears with its short name as a subsection in the menu. Some settings must be made available through the Global settings first before you can customize them for a specific model. Take for example the Packages: these need to be uploaded in the Global settings section first, before they can be activated in the model.

The most important settings are related to the extraction and model load process. With those settings, you can determine how and to what extent your data needs to be refreshed. Most settings require a newly completed refresh cycle to become active. It is recommended to consult with a (technical) consultant before making any changes.

You can create and edit models and their settings in the IT Management Console. Navigate to Models > All Models to see which models are currently active, to edit a model, or to set up a new model.

Active Model Settings

The model overview displays the following settings:

  • Model ID - Unique identifier of a model.
  • Model short name - Meaningful short name to display in the client.
  • Model name - Meaningful long name to display in the client.
  • Status - Status of the model (Up, Down, Loading, Extract, Restructure).
  • Environment - Name of the environment to which the model belongs.
  • License type - License information.
  • Created - Date of creation.
  • Version - Version number.

Create a Model

To set up a new model

  1. Navigate to Models > All Models.

  2. Click Set up a new model.

  3. Enter the following information. Entries with an asterisk (*) are mandatory.

    • Model ID* - All components are registered during setup and assigned a unique Model ID. Select the desired Model ID from the drop-down list.

    • Model short name* - Enter a meaningful short name. This name is shown in the Web Client and in the main menu of the Management Console.

    • Model name - Enter a meaningful long name that will be displayed in the Web Client.

    • Environment - Enter the name of the environment to which the model belongs. The syntax of the Environment looks like SID_Clientnr.

  4. Click Save. A Confirmation dialog box appears.

  5. Click OK to confirm and log out of the IT Management Console.

  6. Log in on the IT Management Console. The Management Console Overview appears.

  7. Confirm that your new model is displayed in the overview. If the model is displayed, the connection is successful.

Edit a Model

To edit a model

  1. Navigate to Models > All Models.

  2. Click Edit next to the model you want to edit.

  3. Edit the model settings. You cannot change the Model ID or the Use Angles Engine for Refresh option.

  4. Click Save.

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Models

Models are set up during the installation, and each installed model appears with its short name as a subsection in the menu. Some settings must be made available through the Global settings first before you can customize them for a specific model. Take for example the Packages: these need to be uploaded in the Global settings section first, before they can be activated in the model.

The most important settings are related to the extraction and model load process. With those settings, you can determine how and to what extent your data needs to be refreshed. Most settings require a newly completed refresh cycle to become active. It is recommended to consult with a (technical) consultant before making any changes.

You can create and edit models and their settings in the IT Management Console. Navigate to Models > All Models to see which models are currently active, to edit a model, or to set up a new model.

Active Model Settings

The model overview displays the following settings:

  • Model ID - Unique identifier of a model.
  • Model short name - Meaningful short name to display in the client.
  • Model name - Meaningful long name to display in the client.
  • Status - Status of the model (Up, Down, Loading, Extract, Restructure).
  • Environment - Name of the environment to which the model belongs.
  • License type - License information.
  • Created - Date of creation.
  • Version - Version number.

Create a Model

To set up a new model

  1. Navigate to Models > All Models.

  2. Click Set up a new model.

  3. Enter the following information. Entries with an asterisk (*) are mandatory.

    • Model ID* - All components are registered during setup and assigned a unique Model ID. Select the desired Model ID from the drop-down list.

    • Model short name* - Enter a meaningful short name. This name is shown in the Web Client and in the main menu of the Management Console.

    • Model name - Enter a meaningful long name that will be displayed in the Web Client.

    • Environment - Enter the name of the environment to which the model belongs. The syntax of the Environment looks like SID_Clientnr.

  4. Click Save. A Confirmation dialog box appears.

  5. Click OK to confirm and log out of the IT Management Console.

  6. Log in on the IT Management Console. The Management Console Overview appears.

  7. Confirm that your new model is displayed in the overview. If the model is displayed, the connection is successful.

Edit a Model

To edit a model

  1. Navigate to Models > All Models.

  2. Click Edit next to the model you want to edit.

  3. Edit the model settings. You cannot change the Model ID or the Use Angles Engine for Refresh option.

  4. Click Save.

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