The following steps provide a framework to configure existing OneCloud Workspaces. They may be adjusted to suit specific user requirements.
📓 A note about the example:
The example starts from a new OneCloud tenant. If already using OneCloud, the sample screenshots and videos may deviate from what is seen in the OneCloud Environment.
Step 1: Create a Workspace
Login to your OneCloud tenant and select Workspaces from the left-side navigation panel.
In the lower-right corner, click the blue (+) icon to Create a Workspace
Under Basic Info, change the name to "Sample Workspace for Anaplan".
If desired, add a description. This reads: "An example Workspace to get started".
Click the "Save" button on the right.
Step 2: Add Variables
Create OneCloud Workspace variables to hold values for your Anaplan Workspace and Model IDs.
Be sure to use your own values
You will need to use your own Anaplan Workspace and Model ID when setting the variables for the "anaplan-workspace" and "anaplan-model". These values can be retrieved from within Anaplan by opening an Anaplan Model and then choosing "My Account" from the user icon in the upper right corner.
To the right of the Variables section header, select the blue (+) button.
The new Variable will appear below (in the section namesake).
Set the first variable name to "anaplan-workspace".
Set the second to "anaplan-model".
Click the "Save" button near the upper-right corner.
Step 3: Create an Environment
Add a new Environment that will be dedicated to run production-only operations.
Click the blue (+) button to the right of the existing Environment.
Under Basic Info, set the Name to "PROD".
If desired, click the color box to assign a different color.
🌟 Best Practice: A leading OneCloud practice is to set the color to red.
Save the change.
Setting Environment Variables
In the short video above, there is an area where you can override OneCloud Workspace variables. This can be helpful with Anaplan's Application Lifecycle Management (ALM) so that different values are used depending on the environment you are using.
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