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Team Server is now called HoriZZon Server. While the new name is being implemented in the software and on BiZZdesign Support, the old name may still be visible in places until the process has been completed. For more information, please refer to Team Server is now HoriZZon Server .

Document definitions and documents are now called data block definitions and data blocks While the new name is being implemented in the software and on BiZZdesign Support, the old name may still be visible in places until the process has been completed.


When creating or editing a data block definition, it can have different statuses. The status is shown at the bottom left of the data block definition in the view, and may be accompanied by one or more exclamation signs. Hovering an exclamation sign will show additional information. An example:



A data block definition in Enterprise Studio can have the following statuses:

StatusExplanation
Changed

The data block definition contains unuploaded changes compared to the current version in the data block store.

Changes have been made to the data block definition that have not yet been uploaded to the data block store. The version of the data block definition in the data block store is older than the one in Enterprise Studio.

Duplicate

A data block definition with the same name and the same content has already been uploaded to the data block store, possibly via another source.

The data block store already contains a data block definition with the same Name and Namespace. The definition's name and namespace together must be unique across all data block stores on the server.

Invalid

This data block definition is invalid or incomplete.

The newly created data block definition is not ready yet to be uploaded to the data block store because it is still missing information, for example, no object type has yet been defined for the definition or information is missing in one ore more of the attributes in the defnition.

Name exists

A data block definition with the same name but with different content has been uploaded to the data block store.

The data block store already contains a data block definition with the same Name and Namespace. The definition's name and namespace together must be unique across all data block stores on the server.

New

This is a new, unuploaded data block definition.

The newly created data block definition is complete and valid, but has not yet been uploaded to the data block store.

Out of date

A newer version of the data block definition is found in the data block store.

The data block definition in Enterprise Studio is behind compared to its associated definition in the data block store.

Removed

The data block definition has been removed from the data block store.

The Name or Namespace of the data block definition has changed. Because of this Enterprise Studio can no longer find its associated definition in the data block store and therefore considers the data block definition to be removed. The "old" data block definition however is still present in the data block store. When uploading the data block definition with the new name to the data block store, a new copy wil be uploaded. The old and the new definition will be in the data block store.

Unknown

Please click the refresh button to update the status.

The status of the data block definition is unknown. You need to click  in the canvas menu of the data block definitions view to update the status of the data block definition.

Up to date

The data block definition is up to date with the data block store.

The data block definition in Enterprise Studio is identical to its version in the data block store.


The message about a status is also shown on the Data block store tab of the data block definition properties: