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After completing the Create Business Components from Tables wizard, the Model project in the Application Navigator should look similar to this:

Application Navigator, Data Controls panel

If you expand the Data Controls panel, then expand AppModuleDataControl, you should see the OrderItemsView and OrdersView collections. The Data Controls panel is a data binding tool that lets you add databound UI controls to user interfaces by dragging and dropping. In a later cue card, you will use the Data Controls panel to design the master portion of a master-detail form.

In the Model project, the navigator displays the business components that you created in this series of steps: entity objects, view objects, associations, view links, and application modules. To display the business components sorted by type, select Sort By Type in the navigator display icon Navigator Display Options menu.

Your wizard selections produced these business domain components that represent features of the data source:

  • Entity objects, like Orders and OrderItems, which represent objects in the data source (usually tables, views, and synonyms in a database)
  • Associations , like OrderItemsOrdersFkAssoc, which represent relationships between these objects (such as foreign key relationships)

It produced these data model components that collect data and present it to the client model:

  • View objects , like OrdersView and OrderItemsView, which collect data from the data source (usually by using a SQL query)
  • View links , like OrderItemsOrdersFkLink, which represent relationships (such as master-detail relationships) between view object result sets
  • Application modules , like AppModule, which provide a single point of access to the view objects and view links

The Model.jpx file is the Business Components Project object, which is used for properties shared by all the business components contained in the project.

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