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Data Modeling Made Simple with CA ERwin Data Modeler r8 by Steve Hoberman, Donna Burbank

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CA ERwin Data Modeler’s Domain Dictionary is a centralized storage point to create and maintain these reusable elements for use across the enterprise. To access the Domain Dictionary, you’ll need to have an open model. For this example, create a new logical/physical model with a target database of DB2 for LUW v9.7 and save it as domain_example.erwin. If you have difficulty with how to do this, refer to Chapter 3.

Select Model|Domains from the Main Menu. The Domain Dictionary appears as in Figure 10.2.

Figure 10.2 Domain Dictionary

You’ll see that the upper portion of the editor lists the Name, Domain Parent, and Logical Data ...

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