A data model is a structure or schema that specifies rules, variables, and metadata for the data in a data source. Examples include an XML schema, a database schema, or an entity-based data model. AgilePoint NX supports 2 types of built-in data models.
Each process in an AgilePoint NX application is built on an XML schema, called a process schema. The process schema provides rules and structure for the data in a process. While the data in Data Entities can be shared across AgilePoint NX applications, the data in a process schema is stored in a specific process
- (Example) Create and Run a Process-Based Application
- (Example) Create and Run a Form-Based Application with AgilePoint NX Data Entities
- (Example) Configure an Initialize Loop Activity to Store the Leave Information
- Examples - Step-by-step use case examples, information about what types of examples are provided in the AgilePoint NX Product Documentation, and other resources where you can find more examples.
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