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The Repository gives you access to all the published models, diagrams, and objects that you have permission to see via a navigable tree view. To access the repository, go to the homepage and click the Repository tile.



  • The top-left panel lets you can navigate in the repository tree structure to browse its content:
    • Click a folder, branch, or project to descend into it and view its contents. The item is added to the path, with an X to its right, and its property sheet is displayed in the right-hand panel.
    • Click the X to the right of an item in the path to return to the level above.
  • The bottom-left panel lists the models that are the immediate children of the currently selected folder, branch, or project:
    • Click a model in the bottom-left panel to view its property sheet in the right-hand panel.
  • The right-hand panel displays the property sheet of the currently selected object:
    • Click a diagram thumbnail on the Diagrams facet to open it (see The Diagram Viewer).
    • Click the + tile on the Diagrams facet (or click the menu button and select Create Diagram) to create a diagram (see Creating a Diagram).
      Note The new diagram will, by default, inherit the permissions of its parent location (see Granting Access Permissions on Repository Items).
    • [models] Click a chart thumbnail on the Charts facet to open it.
    • [models] Click the + tile on the Charts facet to create a chart (see Creating a Chart).
    • [folders, branches, projects] Click the menu button and select Create Folder to create a sub-folder.
      Note The new folder will, by default, inherit the permissions of its parent location (see Granting Access Permissions on Repository Items).
    • [models] Select Start of the navigation path Menu Next navigation step Generate PDF Report End of the navigation path or Generate Word Document - to generate a standard report for the model's diagrams (see Sharing, Exporting, and Reporting on Diagrams).
    • Click the other facets to explore the properties of the selected object and navigate to other objects (see Object Properties).