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Configure the carbon engine

Navigate to the new folder “outbound_shipping_emission_calculation” and open the “config.py” file.

You need to adjust the four following parameters:

  • data_pool_id

  • data_model_id

  • space_id

  • package_key

  1. Where to find the id for the “data_pool_id” parameter?

    Navigate to the data pool which contains the O2C data model with the shipping tables and copy the highlighted part from the URL.

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    Note

    Make sure that the MLWB which contains the scripts for the carbon engine has all permissions for this data pool.

    Example:

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  2. Where to find the id for the parameter “data_model_id”?

    Navigate the O2C data model with the shipping tables and copy the highlighted part from the URL.

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    Note

    Make sure that the MLWB which contains the scripts for the carbon engine has all permissions for this data model.

    Example:

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  3. Where to find the id for the parameter “space_id”?

    Navigate the studio space in which you downloaded the app. Click on the three dots and select “Key”. Copy the key.

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    Note

    Make sure that the MLWB which contains the scripts for the carbon engine has all permissions for this space.

    Example:

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  4. Where to find the id for the parameter “package_key”?

    Click on the three dots next to the package that contains the downloaded app and select “Key”. Copy the key.

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    Note

    Make sure that the MLWB which contains the scripts for the carbon engine has all permissions for this package.

    Example:

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    Save the configuration file after you have made all customizations.