How do I manage the Repository Model?

The Repository Model contains the following individually manageable artifacts:

Repository Model
Repository main menu

Core Services Web Client User Guide Add or Manage
Integrations Overview Add or manage Integration
Systems System Overview Add or manage System
Services Service Overview Add or manage Service
Endpoints Endpoints Overview Add or manage Endpoint
Message Types Message Type Overview Add or manage Message Types
Custom Fields Custom Fields Overview Add or manage Custom Field
Custom Meta Data Custom Meta Data Overview Add or manage Custom Meta Data
Articles Articles Overview Add or manage Article

With these artifacts you can document your System Integration solutions and business workflows and visualize these using the Integration Landscape feature of Nodinite (design and document before your code!!!!)

Integration Landscape
Example of Integration Landscape as rendered within Nodinite


Where is the Repository used?

All information within the Repository is available for all users (even non Administrators) in

For Nodinite administrators all administration parts of the Repository Model are available.

The links within the expanded modal takes the user directly to the associated item within the modal. This feature provides fast access to large amounts configured data within the Repository. The top table is the overview.

Repository as seen from within Monitor Views

From any Monitor View where an association has been made to one or more Integrations the Repository will be visible in the 'Repository Tab'.
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read-only information example

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Repository as seen from within Log Views

The same Repository data can be displayed from Logged Events by clicking on the small button to the left of the 'Action' button:
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A modal hosting the very same Repository tab will be visible for end users.
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The magic behind the association lies within Transport Contracts that are either bound to Services or Contracts.


Reports and sharing the data

Since all Data within Nodinite Web Client comes from the Web API, it is possible for you to create Reports on the same set of data. If you have limited access to data within the Nodinite Web Client this also means you have limited data returned from the Web API.

You can use for example Microsoft Excel, Microsoft Power BI or any other tool that consumes JSON data. The address for the data being presented can be copied from the 'Copy API URL' button/dialog.
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Copy API URL button available within all Repository related lists

From the Copy API URL modal you can then choose to copy the address using either the current filtered result (what you currently see) or the unfiltered data (ALL)

  • Tab: URL - Current resultset
  • Tab: URL - Complete resultset

Next Step

Add or manage an Integration
Add or manage System
Add or manage Service
Add or manage End Point
Add or manage Message Type
Add or manage Article
Add or manage Custom Meta Data

Administration