The database script behavior has changed from version 7.0, which you’ll get acquainted with in this lesson. If you want to track changes between, for example, a dimension in a productive and test environment, you’ll see how that works. When downloading the script, you have options such as including elements, attributes, global subsets in addition to private ones, and rights/permissions. You can change the script itself, and here you’ll see how error handling has been changed in from the previous version.
Get familiar with Jedox as a platform by watching our 120 Platform Basics course, where you can learn how to create ad-hoc reports, customized reports, and set up data models among other things. Don’t forget that you can try out Jedox for yourself for free with a 14-day Cloud trial or for 30 days with a standard trial, and check out the Jedox Blog for some great practical examples and our user documentation resource at the Jedox Knowledge Base.