Each AnyLogic model now has a built-in fully integrated database to read input data and write simulation output. Export the database with the model, it is as portable and cross-platform as the model itself.
With the new database, you can:
Database can contain tables and views. Both tables and views can be grouped into groups of tables.
You can easily import the database into your AnyLogic project from external database or spreadsheet. Alternatively, you can create empty database tables and enter data manually.
– The label displays the size of the database on
Create or import a table... – Click this link to create a new database table, or import data into the DB from the external database.
Back up database... * – Click this link to create a backup copy of the database. AnyLogic saves the backup copy in TAR.GZ file format. Having backed up the database, you will be able to revert all changes in the database you are working with, by restoring the backed up database (see the property below).
Restore database... * – Click this link to restore the database from the backup file. Restoring the database you replace your current database with the reserve copy you have previously created using the Backup database command (see above). The restored database gets reverted to the state it was when you backed it up.
* – Click this link to completely delete the database.
* - The option is available only if the database is not empty.
properties section is visible if this database contains tables that were imported from an external
database. You can set up the data
synchronization and update data in the imported tables after
making some modifications in the external database.
Autoupdate imported tables on model startup – If selected, data in all imported tables will be automatically updated from the external database on each startup of this model.
Update tables data – Click this link to update data in all imported tables from the external database.
Log model execution – If selected, the model execution will be logged.
Delete log – Click this link to delete the current model execution log.