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Managing Assets and Resources

This section describes how to manage Message Analyzer assets and resources, which includes the following:

  • Components of the Sharing Infrastructure, such as user Libraries that contain data manipulation, data viewing, or data capture item collections.

  • User Library item collection downloads, updates, exports, and imports.

  • The default Message Analyzer subscriber feed and user-configured feeds.

  • OPN Parser packages, including downloads and updates.

  • Chart data viewers.

Sharing Infrastructure
Some of the specific entities that you can use to manage the Sharing Infrastructure consist of the following:

  • Manage <Items> dialog — use a common dialog to manage the items in various user Libraries that are integrated with the Sharing Infrastructure.

  • Add New Feed — create your own custom user feed through which you can export or import item collections for mutual sharing with others, including any items that you develop.

  • Export/Import commands — share item collections directly with other users by posting or retrieving them to/from a user file share or other location.

Item Collection Downloads and Updates
Features that you can use to manage item collection downloads and updates consist of the following:

  • Status icons — click status icons for options to manage item collection downloads and updates that Microsoft provides through a default Message Analyzer subscriber feed on the Start Page, where you can synchronize with the latest versions that are pushed out from a web service.

  • Synchronization options — control how you synchronize item collections, for example, with startup options, bulk synchronization, and working online or offline.

  • Feed removal and restoration — remove and restore the default Message Analyzer item collection feed, or remove any user-configured feed.

Note  You can also manage OPN Parser downloads and updates with the same type of status icons and synchronization options.

Other management features that are described in this section enable you to configure your own Chart data viewers, either by modifying an existing Chart or creating a new one based on common Chart visualizer components. Some of the management entities that you will use to create or edit Charts consist of the following:

  • New Chart — displays the Chart layout surface and data entry tabs that enable you to create a new Chart.

  • Edit Chart — selects a visualizer component in a Chart by default and displays the data entry tabs that enable you to edit an existing Chart.

  • Save Chart — enables you to save a Chart that you configured.

  • Add Component — displays a data entry dialog that enables you to add a new visualizer component to a Chart.

  • Remove Component — enables you to remove a selected visualizer component in a Chart.

  • New Data Mapping — displays a data entry dialog that enables you to specify column fields, row fields, and formulas that perform various operations on field values for unique data displays.

  • Manage Chart — displays a dialog that enables you to manage Charts, including exporting, importing, organizing, and deleting Chart items.

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