|Oracle® Fusion Middleware Metadata Repository Builder's Guide for Oracle Business Intelligence Enterprise Edition
11g Release 1 (11.1.1)
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This appendix serves as an icon reference and provides a set of lists containing icons used in the Administration Tool. It also provides references to the topics that describe how the elements corresponding to the icons are used for metadata repository development.
This appendix contains the following topics:
In this icon reference, the icons are grouped in general according to the Administration Tool layer or window in which they appear.
Icons in Multiple Windows
Some icons appear in more than one Administration Tool window, such as the Expression Builder icon:
Other icons that appear in more than one window might represent different stages or usages of an object - such as the physical, logical, and presentation versions of a table.
Table I-1 describes Administration Tool symbols that overlay other icons. These can appear in different Administration Tool windows.
Table I-1 Overlay Symbols
Represents a reference shortcut to an existing repository object in the Administration Tool.
Registers that an object has been checked out in a repository open in online mode.
Icons Listed Elsewhere
Not all the Administration Tool icons are described in this icon reference. The main exceptions are as follows:
Certain Administration Tool icons are described elsewhere in this manual, such as the following:
This icon reference only identifies icons that relate to metadata repository development. It does not cover icons for objects and functions covered in other guides, such as icons related to jobs, sessions, cache entries, clusters, and icons related to Oracle Marketing Segmentation. The guides for these objects and functions appear in the options described in Manage Menu.
You can change the icons associated with many repository objects, as described in Changing Icons for Repository Objects. This icon reference lists the icon-object associations as released with Oracle Business Intelligence, and before any change.
This section lists icons for the Physical Layer.
Table I-2 Icons for the Physical Layer
This section lists icons for the Business Model and Mapping Layer.
Table I-3 Icons for the Business Model and Mapping Layer
Indicates a serious problem with an object that requires user attention (for example, an object needs to be edited or deleted)
This section lists icons for the Presentation Layer.
Table I-4 Icons for the Presentation Layer
This section lists icons for the Identity Manager.
Table I-5 Icons for the Identity Manager
This section lists icons for the Joins Manager.
Table I-6 Icons for the Joins Manager
This section lists icons for the Variable Manager.
Table I-7 Icons for the Variable Manager