In the Industry Model explorer pane, you use the Industry Model explorer to view and edit data. Use to define industry model explorer profiles. You can define which items are displayed in the Industry Model explorer and configure Industry Model explorers for each industry model.
Configuring the Industry Model explorer
Click the Explorer edit button to edit the industry model explorer.
Processes feature classes.
Processes domain tables.
Lists the topologies.
Starts intersection definitions
Lists the Client system tables.
Specifies an explorer profile.
Displays jobs ordered by date, state or type.
Job Enabled Topics
Displays job-enabled feature classes.
Lists the plot feature classes. We recommend that you do not display the plot feature classes in the industry model explorer.
Lists the viewports.
Lists the workflows.
Specifies the group to edit, for example Default.
Create, Rename, Delete
Creates, removes or renames the explorer profile. Click a button.
Explorer Profile Settings
Specifies the industry model explorer items.
Adds or removes a selected item to or from the industry model explorer. Click the arrow.
Definitions in <explorer profile name>
Displays the order of the items in the tree view. Use the arrow buttons to change the display order.
Check Nodes To Be Displayed In This Profile
Displays the tree, where you can select or clear the nodes.
Saves changes, you make in the explorer tree.
Explorer Profile Security
Specifies access rights for explorer profiles. You can assign explorer profiles to user groups.
For example, define an explorer profile that displays all workflows, and make it unavailable for the VIEWER user group.
The settings are stored in the industry model, in the table TB_EXPLORER_GROUP_UG_RESTR.
User Group With Access To <explorer profile>
Displays the user groups that can access the current explorer profile.
When you create a new explorer profile, all user groups can access the new profile.
User Group With No Access To <explorer profile>
Displays the user groups that cannot access the current explorer profile.