Model builders can configure modules in a model. For example, you can categorize modules in functional areas, specify time scales, and apply versions.
Create any modules you might need in Modules in the model settings bar.
To configure a module:
Refer to the table below for a description of each column in Modules .
|Functional Area||Assign the module to a functional area. Use functional areas to categorize modules in your model.|
|Applies To||Assign lists, the Users list, list subsets, or line item subsets to the module.|
Assign a time scale to the module.
If you assign a time scale to a module that does not include Time as a dimension, Time is automatically added to the module.
If you change the time scale for a module, the time scale for the line items in the module do not change.
If you select Not Applicable, time-dependent data is not shown. However, you can open subsidiary views for line items that include the Time dimension.
|Time Range||Assign a time range to the module. Time ranges restrict the range of time periods in which you can enter or display data.|
|Versions||Assign all or no versions to the module.|
|Breakback||Set the default Breakback setting for new line items in the module.|
|Users List||If the module contains the Users list, specify if the full contents of the list is visible to workspace administrators.|
Shows the number of cells in the module.
Cell count is determined by factors such as time scale, number of versions, number of list items, and summary levels for lists.
|Notes||Shows any notes associated with the module.|
|Read Access Driver||Control read access to cell data with access drivers. Access drivers are line items with a Boolean data type.|
|Write Access Driver||Control write access to cell data with access drivers. Access drivers are line items with a Boolean data type.|
|Data Tags||Assign data tags to group related information in the module.|
|Managed By||Not available.|
Shows whether the module is referenced by another module or line item.
If a line item originates from another module, the format of the reference is module name.line item name.
|Used in Dashboards||Shows the dashboards that include the module.|
|Line Items||Shows the line items in the module.|
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