You can divide large models into submodels to structure them for better overview and maintainability. Consider to put entire concepts into submodels to enjoy better structuring, overview and fine-grained permission control. It is possible that submodels have circular dependencies (e.g. A being a submodel of B and B being a ssubmodel of A).
Example submodel structure
You can define the submodels in the "Configure Submodels" menu in the models section.
- If a parent model is open, you can not access the submodels.
- After navigating back to the main application, and re-entering the parent model, you can access all submodel nodes directly from an operation.