Global Schema

Global Schema

Global Schema is the function to register in-output schema of a component included in any projects or scripts and refer from in-output schema of document mappers.

Global Schema can be registered from component icons on a script canvas or in-output schema of mapper editors, and referred from in-output schema of mapper editors.
Also, management like viewing, deletion, or settings modification on security is available from control panel.

Global Schema has following advantages.

How to use

For details on Global Schema registration, reference, update, and unlinking, refer to "Utilizing Global Schema" in Service Guide.

Components from which you can register Global Schema in Script canvas

On script canvas you can register global schemas from components which have specific input schema or output schema and the schemas are uneditable.
If it is a component from which register a global schema, [Global schema] on the right-click menu of the component icon is enabled.
You can find components which have specific schema by opening pages of components and check "Loading schema in Mapper". If there is a description "Schema is loaded automatically." it's one of the components.
If you can edit schemas of a component, you cannnot register global schemas from it on script canvas. Please draw a data flow to a document mapper and register it from Mapper editor.

Performance required to update referring components

In "Update referring components" on "Global Schema registration" screen, component schemas referring a global schema can be modified at once.
In this case, all of the modification target projects are deployed into the client side, and saved to the server after modification of each schema.
Therefore when you execute Update referring components, performance of the client machine operating Studio/Studio for Web is the key.

If many referring components exist, we recommend you to use a client machine with high performance CPU and much memory amount.
If Studio is used, heap size of Studio is required to be kept. For details on how to set, refer to "
Property Reference."

Specification Limits