Using LogicBlox Modeler Applications

Developing Applications with LogicBlox Modeler

The Modeler framework is part of the LogicBlox platform and provides a set of declaratively configured UI components for analytical and planning applications. Learn how to use this set of tools to rapidly develop data-intensive applications on LogicBlox

LogicBlox Modeler Features

The ability to use HTML tags to create appealing action messages in Modeler has been introduced in LogicBlox 4.4.10.

The creation form for adding new level members has been introduced in LogicBlox version 4.4.0.

Level member creation from dropdown in Modeler-js has been introduced in LogicBlox version 4.4.6.

The possibility to add measures as attributes on the axes of a grid has been introduced in LogicBlox version 4.3.15.

This video demonstrates the basic capabilities of pivot tables in Modeler applications.

This improved version of the sheet toolbar in Modeler-js has been added in LogicBlox 4.4.10.

Freeze Pane support in Modeler-js has been added in LogicBlox 4.4.6.

Support for conditional formatting based on the value of other measures in Modeler-js has been added in LogicBlox 4.4.6.

Copy and pasting data from/to Excel has been introduced in LogicBlox version 4.3.9.

This video demonstrates how the end-user can configure subtotals and grand totals in the pivot grid.

Dimension splitting has been introduced in LogicBlox version 4.3.15. Dimension splitting on the same axis is supported since LogicBlox version 4.4.12.

This video demonstrates how LogicBlox modeler-js pivot table supports editing and spreading at base and aggregated intersections. Features such as locking, deferred calc mode, and calculator expressions are demonstrated.

Editing measure data with forms has been introduced in LogicBlox version 4.4.0.

End-user charting has been introduced in LogicBlox version 4.3.13.

Modeler has a filters panel which contains filters for all levels and metrics which are on the grid including Boolean and Text typed measures. This version of the filters panel was introduced in LogicBlox 4.4.9.

Support for changing the display option for labels was added in LogicBlox 4.4.1.

Position-only metrics can be presented in Modeler on the grid and behave like checkbox cells. This functionality has been introduced in LogicBlox 4.4.10.

 

Support for restricting the visible levels and dimensions was introduced in LogicBlox 4.4.1.

Modeler-js allows end-users to record their sessions, and allows your developers and application support personnel to view these sessions in their full fidelity, through FullStory. Session recording has been introduced in LogicBlox version 4.3.13.

Shortcut buttons have been introduced in LogicBlox version 4.3.9.

Slice synchronization has been introduced in LogicBlox version 4.3.13.

The Infor SoHo Xi styling has been adopted in Modeler in LogicBlox release 4.4.7.

This video demonstrates the basic sorting options in the pivot grid of Modeler-js applications.

Users are now able to create and configure their own sheets in Modeler. These user-defined sheets are listed under ‘My Views’ in the navigation panel.

User-defined views have been introduced in LogicBlox version 4.4.11.

Assigning level members to parents in Modeler-js has been added in LogicBlox 4.4.3.

Changing and removing parent relationships in Modeler-js has been added in LogicBlox 4.4.6.

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