Web Browser Interface Help
Web user help is aimed at the general EVA Netmodeler user. It covers what the different facilities in EVA Netmodeler are, and how best to use them to achieve typical goals, such as browsing existing knowledge in the repository,
viewing related documents, adding new items, editing existing items, generating reports and performing analyses.
- Understanding the interface
- Key concepts that will help you understand how the browser based application interface works,
- The EVA Netmodeler Navigation Bar section describes the toolbar which appears at the top of all windows in the Web Browser Interface.
- The System Menu is a single page showing all of the features and facilities that a user has access to in EVA Netmodeler
- Many of the browsers in EVA Netmodeler use the Generic Item Display and Edit (GIDE) interface. This is a general purpose interface which can display and edit any item in the repository, including its
properties and the other items that it is related to.
- Basic tasks
- Detailed Browser Help (including Report Writer)
Browsers within EVA Netmodeler are the primary user interface. They provide many different ways to capture, view, navigate, update, link and report on knowledge in the repository, in linked documents and external links. This section provides a detailed description of all the available browsers.
- Advanced tasks
- Using the Search Tool to find items in the repository.
- Using Filters to control what data you see.
- Value Adding Features, including working with time related information, dashboards, lookup values, hierarchical and inferred relationships, calculated properties, events,
collaboration and discussion threads, directory monitoring, e-mail integration, custom views and portal support.
- Domains (& MetaSets)
How meta models are set up and how EVA Netmodeler can be customised to support the type of knowledge management that you
- EVA Netmodeler's own Architecture
How EVA Netmodeler itself is designed and structured. Innovative techniques of runtime merging of meta data definitions with process and interface
patterns are explained.