Schema Editor

Last modified on May 17th, 2018.


The 'Schema Editor' enables power users to extend their project's current database schema to better meet their needs. Use cases include creating new classes (or subclasses), adding additional properties or relations on existing classes, creating new labels, and much more. We recommend care be used in modifying the schema to avoid duplication and confusion.

Navigating to Schema Editor

To navigate to the 'Schema Editor,' from within any project, select 'Schema Editor' from the 'MENU' drop-down in the top navigation bar.

Functions Available in Schema Editor

Function Description
Customizing Classes Customize the current set of classes defined in your project's database schema.
Customizing Labels Customize the current set of labels defined in your project's database schema.
Customizing Relations Customize the current set of relations defined in your project's database schema.
Workflow Innoslate's workflow controls allow an entity's status to be transitioned through a lifecycle.

Schema Editor

Last modified on May 17th, 2018. 


The ‘Schema Editor’ enables power users to extend their project’s current database schema to better meet their needs. Use cases include creating new classes (or subclasses), adding additional properties or relations on existing classes, creating new labels, and much more. We recommend care be used in modifying the schema to avoid duplication and confusion.

Navigating to Schema Editor

To navigate to the ‘Schema Editor,’ from within any project, select ‘Schema Editor’ from the ‘MENU’ drop-down in the top navigation bar.

Functions Available in Schema Editor

Function Description
Customizing Classes Customize the current set of classes defined in your project’s database schema.
Customizing Labels Customize the current set of labels defined in your project’s database schema.
Customizing Relations Customize the current set of relations defined in your project’s database schema.
Workflow Innoslate’s workflow controls allow an entity’s status to be transitioned through a lifecycle.