To use metadata information from the repository, do one of the following:
Drag and drop a sub-node from the Repository panel to the appropriate top node in the Browse panel. For example:
Figure 1.54. Drag and drop from repository
Click on the sub-node in the Repository panel.
Drag the sub-node to the appropriate top node in the Browse panel, and drop it.
The information is entered into the Content panel.
Make use of the Repository panel. For example, to insert information about access rights, do the following:option in the
Figure 1.55. Put Data from repository
Click on the subnode in the Repository panel.
Make use of the 'Put Data' option: (a) Either click on thebutton or (b) right-click on the highlighted node, and then click on the item in the pull-down menu.
The information is entered under the appropriate node.
You can only insert information into the appropriate corresponding node of the Browse panel (and the corresponding screen of the Content panel), e.g., information about an actor can only be inserted in the Actors node of the Browse panel (and the screen Actors of the Content panel). If a non-matching node is active in the Browse panel, the program will automatically disable the Drag and drop and the functions.
You can add a group of nodes to the Browse panel, e.g., a group of actors. In this case, you have to drag and drop or 'put' the higher node from the Repository panel into the Browse panel (e.g., the node Actors).
You can overwrite an exiting node by dragging a node from the Repository panel onto a node of the Browse panel (e.g., by dragging actor X onto the node actor Y). In this case, the following warning will appear: