About this guide

This guide describes how to configure and manage the components of Datastore.

Who should read this guide

This guide is intended for developers, administrators, system engineers, auditors, business analysts, and analysts in charge of lifecycle definition, user creation and product configuration.

Other technical or business users may find parts of this guide useful as well.

Familiarity with Axway products is recommended.

How to use this guide

The following is a brief description of the contents of each section:

Datastore overview – Describes the general functioning of Datastore. It introduces its main features and concepts

Get started with Datastore – Describes different procedures that illustrate an end-to-end scenario that uses the samples provided with the product.

Manage the Datastore model – Describes the different components of the Datastore model.

Manage privileges in Datastore – Describes how to use PassPort to manage and control user accounts and privileges for the Datastore platform.

Define the configuration – Explains how to define the configuration of the different services using the Designer.

Configure interactions – Explains how to configure the interactions between Datastore and the different products or components to govern and operate flows of data for operations such as: transformation, data correction, data entry, audit trail, reconciliation, report generation, administration, etc.

Manage reports – Describes how to manage the reports generated on data you have imported to Datastore.

Manage the Datastore – Describes the specific elements involved in the use of Datastore Client and Datastore Runtime.

Administer the project – Describes how to use the Administration component to administer flows and manage the different elements involved on a Datastore project.

Customize the project – Describes the different features and services provided by Datastore to help you customize your project.

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