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Blueriq Encore is the business engineer's working environment and can be accessed from your web browser. It is used for creating, maintaining, and viewing business models. These business models are a representation of the knowledge-intensive processes of a business and can be executed in the Blueriq runtime

If an editor in Blueriq Encore is opened, the layout consists of different sections:

  • The navigation panel on the left, which is divided into subparts from top to bottom,
    • The Blueriq Encore logo
    • The repository, branch, project, and module menu together form a vertical breadcrumb.
    • Indented are the groups of module elements, which may differ depending on the selected module type.
    • A list of stacks of views grouped by module.
  • The view contains:
    • The titlebar of the view
      • On the left, there is the possibility to navigate forward and backward to other views in the stack.
      • Center: the title of the view, including the module definition selector, and the possibility to pin the view.
      • On the right actions specific to the content in the view.
    • In the center, the main content, such as the editor, or, for example, the validation report, or the pending changes.
    • All editors have a properties panel on the right:
      • Which for each editor has a functional name, description, labels, dependencies, and commit history of the element.
      • Additionally and depending on the editor, other properties or tabs are added.
    • Some editors have a bottom drawer, which may contain features such as the quick test to assist the business engineer.
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