When modeling and mapping a new metadata structure, tcVISION’s powerful Repository Editor is used to define and modify Input and Output Objects. The rich features within the Editor allow users to:
- import new objects
- copy or create new objects
- import metadata for input and/or output objects
- define target DBMSs
- specify input and/or output objects for import
- define DMBS-specific options
- define target object names
- replace/supersede existing object metadata
To assist new and even experienced tcVISION users, we’ve put together the following screen shots to give a quick overview of the Repository Editor’s functionality buttons / icons used for setting up modeling and mapping of sources and targets.
Here is an example of what the tcVISION Repository Editor looks like:
Repository Editor icon definitions: Input objects
Repository Editor icon definitions: Output objects
Repository editor right click menu options
Repository editor extended output target options
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