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About the Modeling Workbench
Introduction to Modeling WorkbenchWith the Modeling Workbench (MW), you can create and maintain standard and custom content. Content is organized per model. The available models are based on the provided license.Based on the structure of the modules within a model, a navigation tree is constructed and displayed in the left-hand panel of the Modeling Workbench. This tree-view is always visible. ...
Models
ModelsA model defines the complete set of object model definition and transformations definition that is used by the ETL Server to build the Angles for SAP object model. A model consists of a group of modules. These modules can be:The standard content modules that are created, tested, and delivered by Angles for SAP ERP.Custom content modules to disclose customer-specific data in SAP ERP or oth...
Modules
ModulesA module is a group of object types tailored to cover a certain subject. The object types in a module are custom-made or they extend existing standard content object types. Standard content modules are created, tested and delivered by Angles for SAP for SAP ERP. These modules are delivered in a zip file, which can be imported into a model. Customer content modules are contained in ini fi...
Object type (extensions) and base config
Object type (extensions) and base configA module in the Modeling Workbench can contain the following child objects:Object typesObject type extensionsBase configAll these items can be customized and maintained in the Modeling Workbench.Object typesAn object type is a digital representation of a business-relevant entity in the model definition, such as Customer, Vendor, Material, Purchase Order, ...
Object Types
Object TypesThe Object Types mode provides a bottom-up view of the model. If you select this mode, the navigation tree displays all object types that are part of the model. Expanding an object type shows the modules that contain this object type.If you select an object type in the tree, the details pane is not updated, but if you select a module, it shows the .ini file in the Content Editor tab...
Transformations
TransformationsTogether with a model definition, a transformation definition defines a model. You can use the Transformations navigation mode to configure the ETL process by, for example, specifying which tables and columns should be downloaded, which actions should be performed, and in which order. This configuration is mostly applied on the module level. This is why the Transformations mode i...
Configuration Extensions
Configuration ExtensionsYou can add configuration extensions to some of the modules and object types defined in the standard content.In Configuration Extensions navigation mode, you can inspect the defined configuration extensions (see Inspecting the configuration extensions).In Modules navigation mode, if at least one configuration extension type is supported for a module or object type, the e...
Committed Model
Committed ModelCommitted Model is one of the navigation modes that you can select in the navigation pane. In this mode, you can inspect a specific model version as it was when it was committed. You can also compare the included files to another committed version of the same model.Note: You must have committed at least one model version to use this mode. The files that you are inspecting or comp...
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