Show your decision tree model to the world!
Testing your Berkeley Studio model is relatively easy with the Berkeley Runner (see Saving and running your model). However, eventually you will want to test the model online. To do so, you need to publish it. Notice that it is possible to give your model its own layout and style - see branding for more information.
Publishing your model is really simple, but you need some information to do so. First of all you need a server to publish to. Secondly, you need a username and password to access it. If you have a trial license, you are able to create your own account. Otherwise please contact us. The creation of a new account is explained here.
If you do have the data you need, all you have to do to publish is press
[F10]. If you have not yet saved your model, the Studio will prompt you to do so. The following screen will appear:
Here you should enter the data provided to you. Check
Remember me if you want the Studio to remember your credentials. The passwords are encrypted before being saved to your hard drive. If you enter the information correctly, the next screen will pop up:
Here you can add basic information about the model and manage basic access rights (see below).
For now, just press
[OK] and continue. The following screen will appear:
This means that you successfully published your first model! Note that in the image the URL is blank. The link to your own model will appear at that place. You can either copy the link to your internet browser or press the button right to the link to open your model.
The publishing screen
If you publish, you can see five different tabs.
In this window you can see the differences between the model on the server and the local version.
Here you can provide information about the model and information about this update. The information about the model can be shown by the webserver depending on the features in the presentation layer.
There are three options as well.
Allow download for users.
If the server allows it, and the presentation layer shows it, you can let users download the model, including its resources such as document templates.
Tells the users that this model is final, and can be used as such, if the presentation layer chooses to show this information
Grant anonymous access
You can allow anonymous access to the models. The big advantage is that the provided URL to the model does not have to have to contain (your) username/password combination. The downside is that anyone can start your model.
Normally, models are used on a server where access is managed through user management.
Here you can provide information about yourself and your company.
You can provide Search Engine Optimization (SEO) keywords, this will help search engines to find your model.
The server instructions is a way to tell the presentation layer some very specific things, like how to show graphs etc. Please contact us for more information.
If you use libraries, it will give information about the used libraries, and the ones on the server.