This section includes pages where you can load and save data, and some functions controlling app settings.
The Settings > Configurations page shows a list of configurations that were created in Data Navigator and have been saved to the database.
To load a saved configuration:
Click the check box for a configuration, and then click Load Selected.
The line turns blue to indicate that the configuration is loaded.
After loading the configuration, a Load Dataset button appears at the bottom of the screen that will take you to the Load Dataset page.
The Settings > Dataset page presents a list of datasets saved for the currently loaded configuration. (If a configuration is not loaded, go to Load configuration.)
To load a dataset:
Use the check boxes to select a dataset(s) and click Load Selected.
The line turns blue to indicate that the dataset is loaded.
After loading your dataset(s), a button Go to home appears. This takes you to the Home page where you can run the optimization model.
Or, if you want to check the data first, you can go to the menu and from there to the review section.
Navigate to this page via menu , in the Settings section..
On this page you can save the current Active Scenario (containing the results from the most recent model solution) for later comparisons. Enter a name a description and click Save Scenario to add the new scenario to the database. This page also contains a table with all the existing scenarios for reference. This can help you to select a unique name (which is required), but also to help you in following a naming convention.
If you want to share this Scenario with other users in your organization, turn on the switch Scenario Visible to Everyone option before saving.
The Scenario page is found in menu below Settings.
Here you can review the scenarios currently saved in the database. You can also delete Scenarios from the database.
Here you can export your results to the database, so you can use the current forecast results with a new input, to get a better and representative forecast.
This section is handy for debugging purposes. You can download a file containing the data needed to reproduce your model and send it to someone else (i.e., the AIMMS Support Team).
This screen is only used for bug reporting. It provides a means of exporting the entire Network Model contents into a binary “dump” which Tech Support can then use to diagnose errors.