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The Data TAB is available for Business Process Models, Service Models, Service Integration Models and User Interface Models and provides the specification of business objects for the entire model. Additionally simple type attributes and definition objects (enum, error, environment and message objects) can be specified for Service and User Interface Models.
 
The Sub TABs of the Data TAB are described in detail in the following topics:
 
 
Model Data
1

Create Business Object Model

1. Create Business Object Model
Click this button to create a new Business Object Model.
2

Create data element

2. Create data element
Click this button to create a data element of a simple type.
This is only available for Service, Service Integration and User Interface Models. It is not possible to create simple type attributes in Business Process Models.
3

Move data element up

3. Move data element up
Click this button to move a selected data element up.
4

Move data element down

4. Move data element down
Click this button to move a selected data element down.
5

Name of

data element

5. Name of 
data element
This column displays the name of the data element.
6

Multiplicity of

data element

6. Multiplicity of 
data element
This column displays the multiplicity of the data element.
7

Specify multiplicity

of data element

7. Specify multiplicity
of data element
Double click this column to specify, if an element has a multiplicity. A multiplicity of a data element is displayed as .
8

Type of

data element

8. Type of 
data element
This column displays the type (business object type, simple type, definition object type) of the data element.
9

Specify simple

type

9. Specify simple
type
Double click this column to specify the simple type (bool, date, float, integer, string, file) of the data element.
10

Access mode

10. Access mode
This column displays the access mode (private, in-output, input, output) of the data element.
11

Specify access

mode of

data element

11. Specify access 
mode of 
data element
Select the access mode of the data element from the listbox within the column Access. Possible access modes are:
  • private: Parent models don't have access to the data element.
  • in-/output: Parent models have access to the data element. The mapped data element is used for input and output.
     
12

Navigate

 to business

object model

12. Navigate
 to business
object model
Click this button to navigate to the data object model of the data element.
13

Delete

data element

13. Delete 
data element
This column provides the possibility to delete a selected data element.
14

Available

Sub TABs

14. Available 
Sub TABs
The Data TAB contains the Sub TABs Description, User Interface and Values & Validation of data element specific properties. The Sub TABs Business Objects and Definition Objects provide the available business objects and enumerations, which can be used as data elements for the model.