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Create and Edit Projects
Create Projects – Workflow
- Click on the tab “Data”.
- Select a data model from the list “Available for projects” (the data model refers to a schema) (1).
- Two buttons “Show details” and “Use for new project” will be shown.
- You can view and edit the configuration by clicking on “Show details”.
- Click on “Use for new project” in order to create a new project. Type telling name (obligatory) and a short description of your project (optional) in the pop-up box (2) and click on “Create” (3).
- The new project will appear in the list “All projects”.
Edit a Project – the Modelling Perspective
- Select your project by clicking in the list “All projects” (1).
- Click on the button “Load for modelling” (2) in order to load the project in the modelling perspective.
The modelling perspective is the central d:swarm tool for defining schema mappings and model data transformations. The modelling perspective is divided in seven section each with its dedicated purpose.
|Section||Description / Purpose|
|(1) Source Data Widget||
|(2) Mapping Area|
|(3) Target Data Widget||
|(4) Transformation Logic Widget||
|(5) Function List Widget||
|(6) Configuration Widget||
|(7) Filter Widget|
You can save your work at any time by clicking on the button “Save project” (on the upper left in the source data widget). Additionally, all changes will be saved automatically. If you happen to leave the modelling perspective without manually saving your project, you will be asked to save or discard your last modifications after reloading the project.