As you may know, Safyr® extracts metadata from a range of application packages including PeopleSoft which has many related modules including PeopleSoft Pension Processing.
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It’s been a while since we did any new example data models, so today’s post is an attempt to rectify that with a model of the Bills of Materials tables in Microsoft Dynamics AX 2012, produced using Safyr®.
SAP data Since I first got to know the complexities of the SAP data landscape, which is more years ago than I care to mention, not a lot really changed on a year on year basis.
We have often been asked by customers who use SAP and SAP BW whether we could enhance our product Safyr® to show the SAP BW Extractors and the Tables they access.
Safyr and Salesforce data models We often asked by customers about the differences between the static Salesforce data models provided by Salesforce, their Schema Builder and our product Safyr®.
New supported package for safyr We’ve been working hard on a new capability for Safyr®. This is in the form of a metadata extraction feature to enable customers to quickly and intuitively access and exploit the Microsoft Dynamics AX 2012 data model.
data modeL Of all the blogs we’ve written here at Silwood, by far the most popular are the ones that are about specific Data Models for SAP, Salesforce and Oracle packages (JD Edwards, E-Business Suite, Siebel and PeopleSoft).
Often when I’m at conferences, parties and networking events I get asked “so what do you do?” If it’s someone that I think has a real interest in our market, I will normally give them the benefit of my ‘elevator pitch’.
Introduction to Safyr for Salesforce Salesforce has an easy-to-use data modelling feature in the Schema Builder. This provides a graphical data modelling interface to the Salesforce metadata, allowing the user to choose which Objects to include in the diagram, and with zooming and navigation features.
This is the latest in our occasional series of data models which we have produced using Safyr®. These give some insight into those common business areas in SAP and ORACLE applications for which an understanding of how the underlying metadata is structured are often required for Information Management projects.