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The following terms are used when describing Supply Chain Planning.

    A
  • Complex functions such as notifications, delays, data updates, and the running of model scenarios. Actions are triggered using macros and events.
  • A program made in Supply Chain Planning. Apps are created using database connections, widgets, and macros.
  • A UI component that is used to hold planner widgets. The layout of an app board determines the position of planner widgets on the screen.
  • The bar across the top of the application. The application header displays buttons that provide access to other LLamasoft applications, user account information, notifications, data in the global context, and the Help.
  • A menu in the upper left corner of some LLamasoft software environments that you can use to switch to other LLamasoft applications.
  • A pane that supply chain designers can use to access apps. Supply chain planners run apps directly from the home screen in Supply Chain Planning.
  • B
  • A planner widget that enables the user of an app to execute an event.
  • C
  • A macro that runs within another macro.
  • The capability for using specific conditions to control the display of data in a planner widget.
  • Links to models or databases that are located on SupplyChainGuru.com. Connections are generated automatically when models are uploaded to the server.
  • Data links between widgets where data that is selected in a widget is provided to other widgets.
  • A planner widget that is used to display HTML files and associated content.
  • D
  • An action to delay the execution of subsequent actions in a macro.
  • An action to delete data from a table.
  • The set of tools within Supply Chain Planning that supply chain designers use to create applications.
  • A user account role in SupplyChainGuru.com that enables you to access the Supply Chain Planning design interface.
  • A planner widget that is used to display detailed information about a record.
  • An action to turn off a widget.
  • E
  • An action to send an email notification to one or more recipients.
  • An action to turn on a disabled widget.
  • The elements of the user interface that are used to define events.
  • Functions that you can add to app boards and widgets.
  • G
  • The scope of context sensitivity when it extends to other app boards within an app.
  • A planner widget that is used to display a list of records.
  • I
  • A planner widget that is used to display a statistic or metric.
  • A SQL clause that is used to combine rows from multiple tables based on a related column.
  • An action to insert data into existing columns in a table.
  • A child macro configured to perform a function on each line of a data set.
  • J
  • Relationships between tables created manually by inserting the primary key column from a table into another table. In the second table, the inserted column functions as a foreign key.
  • L
  • A planner widget that is used to add textual labels to an app.
  • A manual join option that only joins records from the second data source where their records match.
  • Actions that add to, update, delete, and query data.
  • M
  • A mechanism that is to execute actions such as notifications, data updates, and model simulations.
  • A planner widget that is used to visualize business data in the context of a geographic map.
  • N
  • An action to open a different app board.
  • The toolbar on the left side of the interface that provides access to the main areas of Supply Chain Planning.
  • Actions that send email, generate notifications, run external applications, and control the timing of actions in a macro.
  • An internal message to a user that is triggered by a macro.
  • An action to generate internal notifications.
  • O
  • A planner widget that is used to display a URL in an embedded browser.
  • P
  • The vertical button that expands or collapses the open navigation pane.
  • A planner widget that is used to create a group of widgets.
  • A planner widget that is used to display business data as a pie chart.
  • A planner widget that is used to display business data as a pivot chart.
  • A planner widget that is used to display business data as a pivot grid.
  • A planner widget that is used to position widgets on app boards.
  • A user account role in SupplyChainGuru.com that enables you to access the Supply Chain Planning planner interface.
  • App components such as grids, maps, and charts.
  • A container that holds one or more apps in the Design Studio.
  • R
  • An action to reload data handled by a widget.
  • An action to reload data handled by all of the widgets on an app board.
  • An action to reload data handled by widgets contained by a Panel widget.
  • A manual join option that only joins records from the first data source where their records match.
  • An action to run a Supply Chain Guru demand analysis scenario.
  • An action to run a DataGuru.com job.
  • An action to run a Data Guru project file.
  • An action to run an application on your local machine.
  • An action to run a Supply Chain Guru greenfield analysis scenario.
  • An action to run a Supply Chain Guru inventory analysis scenario.
  • An action to run a Supply Chain Guru network optimization scenario.
  • An action to run a Supply Chain Guru simulation scenario.
  • An action to run a Supply Chain Guru transportation optimization scenario.
  • S
  • An action to save updates or additions to data handled by a widget.
  • An action to save updates or additions to data handled by all of the widgets on an app board.
  • An action to save updates or additions to data handled by widgets contained by a Panel widget
  • An action to return a single record from a column.
  • An image that you can generate for display with apps in the Supply Chain Planning planner interface.
  • The app board that is specified to open when an app is launched.
  • T
  • A planner widget that is used to create a group of widgets that you can switch between using clickable tabs.
  • Actions that run model scenarios, DataGuru.com jobs, and DataGuru.com project files.
  • U
  • Actions that enable or disable widgets, refresh and save data, and open different app boards.
  • An action to modify values in a table.
  • V
  • The configuration of widget layouts within an app board.
  • W
  • The spaces on an app board that widgets can occupy.
  • The button in the lower left corner of the interface that expands or reduces the main workspace area.
  • X
  • A planner widget that is used to display business data as a XY chart.

Last modified: Tuesday August 21, 2018

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