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06-13-2012 09:45 AM

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Component definition

This component is the last component in any Project. All components converge and end at the End component.

The End component lets you set up data mapping for Decision Only Project types. Data mapping is a way to organize Project output data. The data variables you entered in the Output Data tab must be mapped.

A Project creates multiple pieces of output data because each component generates its own output. Data mapping lets you combine all of this data into one Project output data, which acts as the result of the entire Project's execution.

Component icon

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Description of component output paths

The component output paths are described in the following table:

Property

Description

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Description of component tabs and their properties

The properties on the Configuration tab in the End component are listed and described in the following table:

Property

Description

Mapping

Lets you edit the mapping for your Project's output variables.

When you click the [...] button next to a variable, the mapping editor opens.

Each of your Project's output variables that you created on the Output Data tab is listed.

You must edit the mapping for each variable. Mapping lets you dictate what data is placed in that variable at the end of your Project's execution. When Value from Data is selected, you can specify values from other variables in your Project.

The properties on the Settings tab in the End component are listed and described in the following table:

Property

Description

Component Class Name

The class name of this component. This property is not editable, but useful if you call Symantec support.

Description

The description of this component. This property lets you describe how the component is used. You can use it to provide any wanted documentation for this component.

This description is included in the model reports that are created when you click Plugins > Generate Business Model.

Location

The physical location of the top left point of this component on the workflow model.

Name

The name of this component. You can change the name.

If you changed the component name when you double-clicked it on the workflow model, the changed name appears here.

Override Background Color

This property lets you change the background color of this component.

To Do

This property lets you record what you still need to do with the component. Use this property to help you remember the configuration that you want to apply to this component.

The text that you enter for this property appears at the bottom of the component editor. If you enter text for this property, a checklist symbol appears on the component in the workflow model.

Connection information

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Component settings

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Use cases

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Example use case 1

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Example use case 2

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