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Open ModelSphere, a free CASE tool Page 1 © neosapiens 2010 How to Add Tables This tutorial explains how to add tables into a data model.
Open ModelSphere, a free CASE tool Page 2 © neosapiens 2010 The green label describes the first action to do in the current screen capture. The orange labels show the following actions. The red label describes the last action in the sequence of actions. Sequence of actions 2. Expand 3. Double-click 1. Edit a text field
Open ModelSphere, a free CASE tool Page 3 © neosapiens 2010 Add Tables 1.Click once The simplest way to add tables is by using the toolbar. If you click once the Table tool, you will create one table; after that the arrow tool will be the selected tool If you double-click the Table tool, you can create several tables: the Table tool will be permanently selected.
Open ModelSphere, a free CASE tool Page 4 © neosapiens 2010 Add Tables 1. Click on the diagram The Table tool is selected for a one-time table creation. The Arrow tool is the permanently-selected tool. The shape of the cursor changes when Table tool is selected.
Open ModelSphere, a free CASE tool Page 5 © neosapiens 2010 Add Tables 1.Double-click and edit There are three places where you can change the name of the newly created table: 1) on the diagram. The name of the table changes accordingly.
Open ModelSphere, a free CASE tool Page 6 © neosapiens 2010 Add Tables 1.Double-click and edit 2) in the explorer.
Open ModelSphere, a free CASE tool Page 7 © neosapiens 2010 Add Tables 1.Edit and 3) in the design panel.
Open ModelSphere, a free CASE tool Page 8 © neosapiens 2010 Add Tables Doucle-click the tool to permanently select it.
Open ModelSphere, a free CASE tool Page 9 © neosapiens 2010 Add Tables 1. Click on the diagram Once the table is created, the Table tool remains the selected tool
Open ModelSphere, a free CASE tool Page 10 © neosapiens 2010 Add Tables Add a semantic table (without its graphical representation).
Open ModelSphere, a free CASE tool Page 11 © neosapiens 2010 Add Tables The semantic table (Address) has no graphical counter-part.
Open ModelSphere, a free CASE tool Page 12 © neosapiens 2010 Add Tables Add its graphical representation.
Open ModelSphere, a free CASE tool Page 13 © neosapiens 2010 Add Tables Add all missing representations.
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