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EntityType: BusinessDriver (ProjectData service)

Office 2013

Last modified: August 07, 2014

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Definition
Parent element
Child elements

Contains the properties that define the reporting data for a business driver in the ProjectData service.

The following REST query uses the BusinessDrivers entity set and the BusinessDriverIsActive property to get the specified properties for active business drivers in ProjectData. The query is all on one line.


https://<pwa_url>/_api/ProjectData/BusinessDrivers
    ?$filter=BusinessDriverIsActive eq true
    &$select=BusinessDriverName,BusinessDriverDescription

<EntityType Name="BusinessDriver">
  <Key>
    <PropertyRef Name="BusinessDriverId" />
  </Key>
  <Property Name="BusinessDriverId" Type="Edm.Guid" Nullable="false" />
  . . .
  <NavigationProperty Name="CreatedByResource" Relationship="ReportingData.BusinessDriver_CreatedByResource" ToRole="CreatedByResource" FromRole="BusinessDriver" />
  . . .
</EntityType>

Element

Description

ReportingData

The schema for the reporting data in the ProjectData service.

Child elements are properties of a business driver and navigation properties of that business driver. Attributes of the Property elements specify the property name and type, and whether the property can be a null value. The NavigationProperty elements specify collections of entities, such as departments, that are associated with a business driver. A navigation property uses an Association element in a query for a related entity or collection

The Key element specifies the property that is the primary key for a business driver query. BusinessDriverId is the business driver GUID.

Property elements

The following table lists the values of the Property elements for the BusinessDriver entity. The Name, Type, and Nullable columns contain attribute values for each property.

Attribute values for the Property elements of BusinessDriver

Name

Type

Nullable

Description

BusinessDriverCreatedDate

Edm.DateTime

false

The date and time of the creation of a business goal, also known as a business driver.

BusinessDriverDescription

Edm.String

true

The description of a business driver.

BusinessDriverId

Edm.Guid

false

Key
The GUID that identifies a business driver.

BusinessDriverIsActive

Edm.Boolean

false

True if a business driver is active.

BusinessDriverModifiedDate

Edm.DateTime

false

The date and time that a business driver was last modified.

BusinessDriverName

Edm.String

true

The name of a business driver.

CreatedByResourceId

Edm.Guid

true

The GUID of the resource that created the business driver.

CreatedByResourceName

Edm.String

true

The name of the resource that created the driver.

ImpactDescriptionExtreme

Edm.String

true

The description of risk occurrence impact when the magnitude of the impact is extreme.

ImpactDescriptionLow

Edm.String

true

The description of risk occurrence impact when the magnitude of the impact is low.

ImpactDescriptionModerate

Edm.String

true

The description of risk occurrence impact when the magnitude of the impact is moderate.

ImpactDescriptionNone

Edm.String

true

The description of risk occurrence impact when the magnitude of the impact is nonexistent.

ImpactDescriptionStrong

Edm.String

true

The description of risk occurrence impact when the magnitude of the impact is strong.

ModifiedByResourceId

Edm.Guid

true

The GUID of the resource that last updated the business driver.

ModifiedByResourceName

Edm.String

true

The name of the resource that last modified the driver.

NavigationProperty elements

The following table lists attribute values for the NavigationProperty elements of the BusinessDriver entity. The Name and Relationship columns contain attribute values for each navigation property.There are two types of Relationship attributes. One type contains two pairs of names; each pair of names indicates a navigation direction. The first pair starts with the entity type that has the primary, or starting, role in the navigation. The second pair starts with the entity type that has the secondary, or dependent, role in the navigation. For example, for the Departments navigation property, the primary type is BusinessDriver, and the secondary type is BusinessDriverDepartment. For this type of navigation, the FromRole is BusinessDriver_Departments, and the ToRole is BusinessDriverDepartment_BusinessDriver.

The other type of Relationship attribute contains a single pair of names. The first name in the pair is the primary entity type in the navigation. The second name in the pair is the secondary entity type in the navigation. For example, in the CreatedByResource navigation property relationship, BusinessDriver is the primary entity type and CreatedByResource is the secondary entity type.

Attribute values for the NavigationProperty elements

Name

Relationship

Description

CreatedByResource

BusinessDriver_CreatedByResource

Establishes navigation from a collection of business drivers to the resource that created the business driver.

Departments

BusinessDriver_Departments_BusinessDriverDepartment_BusinessDriver

Establishes navigation from a business driver to a collection of business driver departments and from a business driver department to a business driver.

ModifiedByResource

BusinessDriver_ModifiedByResource

Establishes navigation from a collection of business drivers to the resource that modified the business driver.

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