Creating Data Structures


Create Types From XSD

XSD (XML Schema Definition), a Recommendation of the World Wide Web Consortium (W3C), specifies how to formally describe the elements in an Extensible Markup Language (XML) document. This description can...

Creating A Simple Database Structure

A data structure is a particular way of storing and organizing data in a computer so that it can be used efficiently. A data structure represents real or abstract objects through use of data members-basic...

Type As Lookup List

This tutorial demonstrates how to use User Defined Types as Lookup Lists in Decisions. In Decisions 4.0 we can create User Defined Type and use its instances as System Constants. Example: In this example...

Creating a User Defined Type

Overview The Decisions platform lets you create custom user-defined types. User-defined types, or UDTs, are custom data types that are derived from existing data types. User-defined types let you create...

Creating Process Extension Data Structure

Flow execution data extensions are custom data structures that can be attached to process folders for reporting, or to provide contextual data throughout the life of a process. Flow data extensions can...

Creating A Simple Flow Structure

A simple flow structure is a creates an entity that is not database-stored, intended for use in a flow only to temporarily define a piece of data. It is simply a data structure that is not stored. Its limitation is that it can't perform actions on itself or others. It relies on other components to manipulate it, and other entities to contain it. All you can do with it is create it and use it in the context of a flow. It will not persist beyond the execution of the flow in which it is used.

Creating Defined Data Structures (Advanced)

Custom data structures represent real or abstract objects by their use of data members - basic units of information which can be thought of as variables belonging to the object you wish to represent. Custom data structures can be created in the folder System > Common Data Elements > Data Structures.

External Entities

An External Entity will take in data that is not stored in Decisions and create an object that is used in the same way an Internal Decisions object is used. This allows the object to be configured and...

Schedule Data Entity Overview

This tutorial demonstrates how to create and use Schedule Data Entity in Decisions. Schedule Data is an Entity in Decisions that stores custom schedule and keeps track of it. Different Schedule Data may...

Data Structure - Classification And Order

This tutorial demonstrates how to create custom Property Classifications and Orders when creating Defined Data Structure in Decisions. When we create Defined Data Structure in Decisions we can group Data...

Creating a Case Entity Data Structure

Overview There are a few things to keep in mind when considering creating a case: Define Structured Data: First define the structured data to use in the case. This is users name and create the structured...

Creating Entity Extension with a Form

Overview This tutorial demonstrates how to create and use Entity Extensions in Decisions. Any Entity type in Decisions may be ‘extended’. Entity Extension creates a new type that is associated with...

Creating and Using Folder Entities

OVERVIEW  Folder entities are defined data structures (think "object") which can be added to a folder via the Add>[MyFolderEntity] action. Folder entities can be created within a Designer Folder via...