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Flows can perform custom calculations based on the available project data, such as Risk, Technical Debt, and KPI density. A group with multiple projects may want the same report for all of their projects, but each project may place different emphasis on different aspects of the data. For example, a group working on three projects may need to calculate the risk associated with each project. They may want the risk factors weighted more toward static analysis violations for one project, the risk factor in the second project to emphasize unit test failures, and balanced factors for the third project. The group can accomplish this by setting up different models and profiles for each project.
A model defines the template for the data used to perform a specific type of calculation. Each instance of a model is a profile. Profiles must be paired with flows that can consume the data associated with the specific type of calculation. The data is expressed as a table. The table template is defined in the model, and the data is organized in the profile. If a flow uses a profile, then it will automatically be imported when installed.
Click the Model Profile tab to view and edit model profiles.
Profiles use the data structure defined in the model. Once a profile has been added to a model, the model cannot be edited. If you need to change the model, do so before adding profiles. Otherwise, you will need to delete the profiles, change the model, and recreate your profiles. You can build profiles in the UI, as well as create them in a spreadsheet and import them into the model (see Exporting and Importing Profiles).
Choose a model and click Export Model to download a JSON file containing the model data.
You can import JSON files to create models, instead of manually inputing all the values.
Choose a profile and click Export Profile to download a spreadsheet containing the profile data.
You can import CSV files to create profiles, instead of manually creating them in the UI.
Use the Profile Search node in your flow to process the data according to the profile.
Select the node and choose View> Show sidebar to view the documentation for the node, which will provide details on how to configure it.
Some artifacts that you may download and install from your organization's marketplace contain their own models and profiles (see Downloading and Installing Artifacts) that are automatically installed as part of the artifact installation. If the same model already exists in the system, however, you will see a warning from the artifact manager and Artifact Manager will not replace your model and profile with the new version. If you get the error: