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Managing Specific Models

It is possible to have different settings for each available model. The available models are listed as a subsection of the Models section in the menu. Click on a model name to expand the model-specific settings that you can change.

It is possible to change some settings for all models simultaneously, but there are also settings that are model-specific, for example, the available languages, labels, packages, and so on. You can also define the connection settings for the extraction.

In the [Model name] status overview, administrators can see current information on the status of a Model.

 

MC_Model_Status
  1. Status overview of the Model

  2. Model options: another view of the menu structure which can be found on the left side. It gives direct access to settings which are explained in the next paragraphs.

  3. Overview of the Model setup. Modify setup gives direct access to the Edit model screen. For more information, see Models.

  4. Overview of the Model Server. Stop server allows you to stop the Model Server. The button caption then changes to Start server.

  5. Overview of the Connection settings. For more information, see ETL Sandbox.

    Note: When the Model Server is down, the following pages are not available: Connection Settings, Refresh cycle, Content parameters, Languages, Modules, Tables & fields.

Status Overview

The status overview shows:

  • The uptime in days, hours and minutes
  • The number of total users this Model is licensed for
  • The number of connected users
  • A history overview of the past 24 hours

Server Overview

The server overview shows:

  • The setting of the instance status
  • If the Model Server is up or down
  • Date and time stamp when the Server was started
  • Date and timestamp of the Model
  • Version number of the used software. This should be the same as the version number in the upper right corner of the screen
  • The size of the data on the Model Server
  • The number of errors and warnings that have occurred since the start of the Model Server
  • The URI of the Model Server

Click Info to see more detailed information. Note that the sections General Report, Class Report , and Enum Report are intended for Angles for SAP support.

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Managing Specific Models

It is possible to have different settings for each available model. The available models are listed as a subsection of the Models section in the menu. Click on a model name to expand the model-specific settings that you can change.

It is possible to change some settings for all models simultaneously, but there are also settings that are model-specific, for example, the available languages, labels, packages, and so on. You can also define the connection settings for the extraction.

In the [Model name] status overview, administrators can see current information on the status of a Model.

 

MC_Model_Status
  1. Status overview of the Model

  2. Model options: another view of the menu structure which can be found on the left side. It gives direct access to settings which are explained in the next paragraphs.

  3. Overview of the Model setup. Modify setup gives direct access to the Edit model screen. For more information, see Models.

  4. Overview of the Model Server. Stop server allows you to stop the Model Server. The button caption then changes to Start server.

  5. Overview of the Connection settings. For more information, see ETL Sandbox.

    Note: When the Model Server is down, the following pages are not available: Connection Settings, Refresh cycle, Content parameters, Languages, Modules, Tables & fields.

Status Overview

The status overview shows:

  • The uptime in days, hours and minutes
  • The number of total users this Model is licensed for
  • The number of connected users
  • A history overview of the past 24 hours

Server Overview

The server overview shows:

  • The setting of the instance status
  • If the Model Server is up or down
  • Date and time stamp when the Server was started
  • Date and timestamp of the Model
  • Version number of the used software. This should be the same as the version number in the upper right corner of the screen
  • The size of the data on the Model Server
  • The number of errors and warnings that have occurred since the start of the Model Server
  • The URI of the Model Server

Click Info to see more detailed information. Note that the sections General Report, Class Report , and Enum Report are intended for Angles for SAP support.

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