Naming the Top-Level Module
The first step in creating a module is to name the top-level module. This is true whether you are creating modules in an empty KB, or in a KB that already contains items.
Main Menu > System Tables > Module Information
You can enter any unreserved symbol as the name of the top-level module.
If you have named a top-level module in the current KB, each time you create a new top-level workspace, G2 automatically assigns the workspace to the top-level module.
Naming Conventions for Modules
When naming the top level or other modules, we recommend following the standard naming conventions described in Syntax for KB Filenames.
Associating Items With a Module
After creating a module, you typically associate the module with a set of items in the current KB. You do this by associating the module with a top-level KB workspace. G2 associates the module with this workspace and with all items below the workspace in the workspace hierarchy.
Module-assignmentattribute to the name of the top-level module.
You can save modules interactively or programmatically.
Main Menu > Save KB.