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Modules
ModulesThe Modules mode displays the Modules in a model definition and the Object type (extensions) and base config they contain.Tip: A model definition is a bundle of standard content, customer content and activation information. Together with a transformations definition, a model definition defines a model. A model definition describes object types, fields and the relationships between object...
Importing modules
Importing ModulesTo import modules In the navigation pane, click Modules . In the navigation pane, click the name of the model to which you want to add the modules. If you are importing customer content, the model should already contain the standard content modules if the customer content modules contain references to object types and base config in the standard content modules.I...
The activation tree
Activation TreeThe activation tree is a tree representation of the modules within a model. You can use it to activate and deactivate modules. The activation tree is available in Modules navigation mode as a tab in the details pane. You can open the activation tree by clicking on a model name in the navigation tree. It shows an overview of the status of the modules in the model (5). Activating o...
Exporting modules
Exporting ModulesCustomer content modules can be exported to ini files. These ini files are combined in a zip file. This makes it possible to transfer modules to another model in the Modeling Workbench, or to another environment altogether, for example, from QAS to production.To export a module In the navigation pane, click Modules . In the navigation pane, select the model from ...
Module details
Module DetailsIf you select a module in the navigation pane when in Modules navigation mode, the details pane displays the module details.The following tabs are available:The General tab: This tab displays the module characteristics, like for example its name, parent, extension type, and includes.The Overview tab: This tab displays the content of the entire module in a read-only view similar to...
Viewing Model History
Viewing Model HistoryThe history of all committed versions of the model that you are viewing is available in the Modules navigation mode, as a tab in the details pane.To open the history of a model In the navigation pane, click Modules . In the navigation tree , click on the model of which you want to see the history. In the details pane , click on the ...
Creating a module
Creating a ModuleTo add a module to a model In the navigation pane, click Modules . Click on the name of the model to which you want to add a module. You can also select an existing module.In the action bar, click Create >Module. The module details are displayed in the details pane.On the General tab, enter the module details.Optionally, on the Overview tab:You can edit the confi...
Editing a module
Editing a ModuleTo edit a module In the navigation pane, click Modules . Navigate to the module that you want to edit and click on its name. The module details are displayed in the details pane.On the General tab, edit the module details.Optionally, on the Overview tab:You can edit the configuration directly in ini markup. You can navigate to the corresponding help text ...
Deleting a module
Deleting a ModuleTo delete a module from a model In the navigation pane, click Modules . Navigate to the module that you want to delete and click on its name. The module details are displayed in the details pane.In the action bar, click .Click Delete to confirm that you want to delete the module. To cancel, click .After deleting the module, you still need to commit the model for ...
Adding an object type
Adding an Object TypeTo add an object type (extension) or base config In the navigation pane, click Modules . Navigate to the module to which you want to add the object type (extension) or base config (the child object).Select the Overview tab in the details pane.Add your object type (extension) or base config in the editor. Configuration is written in ini markup.Click . The stru...
Editing an object type
Editing an Object TypeTo edit an object type (extension) or base config In the navigation pane, click Modules . In the navigation tree, navigate to the object type (extension) or base config that you want to edit and click on it. The Overview tab is displayed in the details pane, with the object type (extension) or base config visible at the cursor position.Edit the object type (...
Deleting an object type
Deleting an Object TypeTo delete an object type (extension) or base config In the navigation pane, click Modules . Navigate to the module that contains the object type (extension) or base config that you want to delete and click on it. The Overview tab is displayed in the details pane, showing the content of the object type (extension) or base config.Remove the object type (exten...
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