You edit an existing profile from the Actions Menu.
Video: Getting Started (Skip to 2:50)
In the Main Window click New Schema Profile
Creating a Schema Profile
The Add / Edit a Schema Profile window is broken up into 3 sections on the vertical and 3 Parts Horizontally. The Top and Bottom of the window are the Header and Footer sections. While the middle section of the window is made up of 3 tabs which contain your profile's main runtime properties. We're going to look at the Top and Bottom first and then go through Parts 1
Add / Edit Profile Header
In the Header you only have to enter 2 things.
•A Name for your Schema Profile which can be anything you like as long as it doesn't conflict with the name of another of your Schema Profiles.
•And the Schema Prefix.
•NOTE: Make sure that you give some thought to your Schema Prefix, once you SAVE your Schema Profile you won't be allowed to change it.
Add / Edit Profile Footer
In the Footer you have 2 items you can change.
•You Enable or Disable the Schema Profile
•And you can change which Windows Service is going to run the Schema Profile (if any). Of course this only matters if you are using a License which ALLOWS you to run the MS Windows Services. See Running the Services for more information.
Of course, in the Footer you also have the Save Profile button which will become enabled anytime you make a change to any field.
Creating a Schema Profile: Part 1
Creating a Schema Profile: Part 2
Creating a Schema Profile: Part 3