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

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After you’ve made changes to a model or created a new model, you’ll want to save on a regular basis to make sure your changes are maintained. Note that most organizations with modeling teams use CA ERwin Data Modeler Workgroup Edition[6] to help manage change, including conflict resolution and audit trails, and store models in a centralized model repository. This book, however, will focus primarily on a stand-alone, file-based approach to saving a model using CA ERwin Data Modeler Standard Edition.

To save the model we just created, simply select File|Save or choose the Save button from the Standard Toolbar. The Save As dialog will appear, as shown in Figure 3.42, and you can choose a directory to store your model. (Note: You ...

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