Implementing UX: UX Lesson 2


II. Implementing UX: UX Lesson 2

UX Lesson 2: Can we define the model?

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  • 1 Implementing UX
  • 2 Model: Let’s begin by adding the model. From the Tools portal, open the Model Designer, and click Add. Enter the name, exposed name, and ID of your model. Make sure that the exposed name is a browser-friendly string. Then click Create.
  • 3 Data Source: Next, let’s add a data source. Go to the Data Sources section of your model, and click Add. Enter the name and exposed name of your data source. Since we want to pull data from a single record, select BUSINESS_OBJECT for the data source type. Select your module and BO. Then click Create.
  • 4 Data Source Field: Now let’s add a few data-source fields. Go to the Fields section of your data source, and select Quick Add. Enter the name, exposed name, and field name of your data source field. Make sure that the field name matches the field in the data source type. In this case, your BO.
  • 5 Repeat for Each Field: Repeat this for each field that you defined in your test BO or existing BO. Then click Save. Finally, Save & Close your data source and model. Guess what? You’re done! You’ve just defined your model. Ready for the next part?
  • Quiz Question 1
  • Quiz Question 2

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