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[[File:dc-toolbar-add-save.png]] Saves the prepared data for a file that can be used later on.

Revision as of 06:13, 19 June 2015

Data composer is a utility in FlexRule Designer that allows you to create and prepare a sampling data visually for different purposes. For example either in debugging and testing you might need to prepare some data.

Introduction

When a project rule project is loaded, just simply go to the tools menu and select "Data Composer" like picture bellow.

Datacomposer-menu.png

Then the Data Composer form will appear.

Dc.png

Data Composer allows you to create a collection (Array) of objects.

Data Composer Form

Its form contains to main section

  • Data list (left side)
  • Object information (right side)

When a new object is created it will be listed on the left side panel. And the details of object will be listed in the right panel.

Dc-toolbar-load.png This button allows you to browse for a previously saved data (using Data Composer) and reload it for use or modification.

Dc-toolbar-clear.png Clears list of added objects

Dc-toolbar-add.png Allows adding a new object of specific type

Dc-toolbar-add-collection.png Allows adding collections:

  • Empty collection of object (System.Object)
  • Empty collection of dynamic object that its elements can be manipulated with Data Composer

Dc-toolbar-add-duplicate.png Creates a duplicate of selected object in the list

Dc-toolbar-add-delete.png Deletes a selected object from the list

Dc-toolbar-add-up.png Changing order of objects in the list, moving up.

Dc-toolbar-add-down.png Changing order of objects in the list, moving down.

Dc-toolbar-add-save.png Saves the prepared data for a file that can be used later on.