Managing Master Data with webMethods OneData 10.5 | Managing Master Data with webMethods OneData | Implementing webMethods OneData | Objects in OneData | OneData Objects | Conceptual Objects
Conceptual Objects
Security Inheritance Rule in Conceptual Objects
Cardinality In a Conceptual Object
Conceptual objects are a logical representation of related physical data objects. OneData conceptual objects are a way to visually display the relationship between data objects in a hierarchy. The display mode is a property in the object definition. There are three possible display modes:
*Tree. Displays the relationship between objects in a tree structure, and the related objects in a selectable field.
*Parent-child. Displays the parent child relationship hierarchy, does not include the navigation pane.
Important: Parent-Child view is supported only for conceptual objects in Default mode.
*Advanced Parent-child. Displays a navigation pane with the parent and child objects in a single interface.
Note: All three display modes are not supported in Default mode.
Before you create a conceptual object, identify the following:
*How you want to present or display the object relationships.
*The security needs for the individual objects.
*All the related data objects and conceptual objects.
Note: You cannot copy a conceptual object.
An example of a conceptual object is shown in the following diagram. As illustrated, you can build two different conceptual objects:
Country > Nation > Region > County > Place
Region > County > Place

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