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Parent-Child Data Mapping

 
The Mapping TAB is available for Service Model, User Interface Model and Business Process Model.
 
This TAB provides the specification of the data mapping between a Parent and a Child Model. A data mapping has to be specified after a Child Model (= Submodel) is defined for a model element in the General TAB. Examples of such model elements are:
 
Parent-Child Data Mapping
 
 
 
1

Child data element

1. Child data element
This column displays the the child data elements, which have input/output access.
2

Multiplicity

2. Multiplicity
This column displays the multiplicity of the child data element.
3

Data type

3. Data type
This column displays the data type (business object type, simple type, definition object type) of the child data element.
4

Access mode

4. Access mode
This column displays the access mode (input/output, input, output) of the child data element.
5

Parent data element

5. Parent data element
This column displays the associated parent data element for the child data element.
The column is marked as undefined, if the child model data is not mapped to any data of the parent model.
6

Enter search criteria

6. Enter search criteria
Enter search text and press return. The result row of the parent model data is highlighted. The navigation buttons are enabled, if further parent model data match the search text.
7

Navigate search results

7. Navigate search results
Click Next option   or Previous option to move forward and backwards within the search results.
 
8

Parent data element

8. Parent data element
This column displays the name of the parent data element.
9

Multiplicity

9. Multiplicity
This column displays the multiplicity of the parent data element.
10

Data type

10. Data type
This column displays the date type (business object type, simple type, enum object type) of the parent data element.
11

Delete element

11. Delete element
Click this button to delete the data element.