Enterprise Services Manager is an HTML based drag-and-drop user interface that allows for easy configuration of the data to be exposed as web services for consumption by applications. The Manager is used by administrators who are knowledgeable about the TM1 system and also what data is to be delivered to the applications.
To connect with Enterprise Services Manager, you will need a web browser, such as Internet Explorer, Chrome, Firefox, etc. The default URL to access the Enterprise Services Manager is http://<ServerName>/<Virtual Directory>/ES3
The Manager comprises three main sections as shown in the figure below:
1.Status & Settings
Status & Settings Section
This section displays the connection information, build version and links for managing the logged in user. In addition, configuration settings for the Enterprise Services Server can be managed, here, such as Log File settings, session timeouts, maximum row limits, etc.
Object Navigation Section
This section displays the TM1 objects that can be published as web service methods to be consumed by web applications.
The content section is the main section of Enterprise Services Manager where all the options for views, subsets, processes and TM1 Applications can be configured for how Enterprise Services constructs and manipulates views in order to meet the data requirements of the application/user they will be serving.
When you click on an object in the left navigation pane, you will be presented with a tabbed interface for setting all of the options for a view, called a definition. The diagram below illustrates the areas of the view definition:
This section provides access to all of the different configuration settings for the view being edited. Clicking on any of these items will bring up the options for that area. You may make any changes to any of the options in these areas and then preview how the data will be returned without having to save the view first.
This section contains all of the properties that can be set for the view as it relates to the option selected on the toolbar.
This area contains the buttons for saving, creating new, and deleting existing objects.