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Uploading or saving models to Modeler Services repository

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Uploading or saving models to Modeler Services repository

Overview

Every model stored in Modeler Services needs to be created using Bizagi Modeler desktop application, and then uploaded to your subscription.

The user that uploads a model is known as the Owner of it.

 

You have two options to upload models:

 

Upload a model that has been previously stored locally in your desktop

Save a new model directly in Modeler Services repository

 

For more information about creating models click here,

 

Upload an existing model stored locally

1. Sign into Modeler Services.

 

3. signed_in

 

2. Open your local model clicking File > Open > Computer.

Use the Browse button if your desired model is not shown in the Recent models list.

 

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3. Select your desired model and click Open.

 

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4. Click Save as from the Modeler Services ribbon.

This will redirect you to the Save as option found in the File menu.

 

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5. In the File menu select Save option within Modeler Services section.

 

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6. Enter a name for the model and a description (Optional).

If the model was saved locally Bizagi gives the same name. You can keep the current name of the model or change it.

Upload the model by clicking Save.

 

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7. Wait for the model to be uploaded.

 

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8. When the model is uploaded, a window will display. Select OK to continue.

 

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Bizagi uploads the model including its diagrams, and the File type Extended Attributes, which are uploaded as Cloud Model Attachments, Due to security requirements, the following extension files cannot be uploaded to the Modeler Services repository.

 

File extension

File type

File extension

File type

.ade

Microsoft Access project extension

.msc

Microsoft Common Console document

.adp

Microsoft Access project

.msp

Windows Installer update package file

.bat

Batch file

.mst

Visual Test source files

.chm

Compiled HTML Help file

.pif

Shortcut to MS-DOS program

.cmd

Microsoft Windows NT command script

.scr

Screen saver

.com

Microsoft MS-DOS program

.sct

Script file

.cpl

Control Panel extension

.shb

Windows shortcut

.exe

Executable file

.sys

System File

.hta

HTML program

.vb

Microsoft Visual Basic Scripting Edition (VBScript) file

.ins

Internet Naming Service

.vbe

VBScript Encoded Script file

.isp

Internet Communication settings

.vbs

VBScript file

.jar

Java Archive file

.vxd

Virtual Device Driver file

.jse

JScript Encoded script file

.wsc

Windows Script Component

.lib

Physical File Library

.wsf

Windows Script file

.lnk

Shortcut

.wsh

Windows Script Host settings file

 

If there is a file with any of the extensions above, a warning will display. Click Yes to upload the model avoiding these file-types or No to cancel the whole upload.

The structure presented is the warning message is Diagram > Task > File Name.

 

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9. As soon as your model is uploaded it will be shown in Read-only mode: all models stored in the Modeler Services are ready to be shared. And all shared models have a check-in/check-out functionality that allow editors to prevent users overwriting changes made by other users.

 

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If you want to edit your model, check it out. For further information refer to Editing Cloud Models.

 

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Changes performed by team members in Workgroup or Enterprise plans, will be displayed in the Activity Stream.

 

The local file uploaded won't be changed. It can be kept without any modification.