Views

In rubiscape, you can view the items in card view or list view in the display pane. The view is just a way of looking at the items in a different perspective. The functions are same in both the views.

Changing to Card View

When you log into rubiscape, by default, the items are displayed in the Card View. If the items are not displayed in card view, you can change the view.
To change to card view, follow the steps given below.

  1. On the home page, click All.
    All the items for selected workspace are displayed.
  2. Click the Card View icon ( ).
    The items are displayed in a card view.

Figure : Display Pane – Card View

Changing to List View

To change to list view, follow the steps given below.

  1. On the home page, click All.

    All the items for selected workspace are displayed.

  2. Click the List View icon ( ).
    The items are displayed in a list view.

Figure: Display Pane – List View

Favorites

Favorites is an easy way to mark and find your items. When added to favorites they are listed under Favorites on the home page.
The items that can be added as favorite are,

  • Datasets
  • Workbooks
  • Workflows
  • Models
  • Dashboards

You can identify a favorite item by Star icon.

  • The item is not added to favorite

  • The item is added to favorite

Adding an Item to Favorite

From Card View
To add an item to favorites list, follow the steps given below.

  1. On the home page, click All.
    All the items for selected workspace are displayed.
  2. Hover over the item you want to add to favorite and click the Star icon ( ).

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    You can also type the name of the item in the Search field.

    Figure: Item To Add as Favorite - Card View

    The item is added to favorite.

From List View
To add an item to favorites list, follow the steps given below.

  1. On the home page, click All.
    All the items for selected workspace are displayed.
  2. Hover over the item you want to add to favorite and click the Star icon ( ).

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    You can also type the name of the item in the Search field.


    Figure: Item To Add as Favorite - List View

    The item is added to favorite.

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Notes:

  • You can also type the name in the Search field.
  • The item with yellow Star icon ( ) are already added to favorites. You can click the icon to remove from favorite.

Viewing Favorite Items

To view the items that are added in favorite, follow the steps given below.

  1. Open the Workspace that includes your favorites. Refer to Changing Workspace.
  2. On the home page, click Favorites.

    Figure: Favorite Items

    Recent updated items added as favorites for the selected workspace are displayed.

Sort

On the rubiscape home page, you can sort the items in the display pane. The items can be sorted by,

  • Recent order
  • Alphabetical order

By default, the items are sorted by Recent order.

Sorting by Recent Order

When you log into rubiscape, by default, the items are sorted by recent order. If the items are not sorted by recent order. You can change the sorting order. Sorting by recent order, sorts the items in the descending order by displaying the most recent updated items first.
To sort by recent order, follow the steps given below.

  1. On the home page, click All.
    All the items for selected workspace are displayed.
  2. Click the sorting drop-down and click Recent.
    The items are sorted in recent order.
Figure: Display Pane – Recent Sorting Order

Sorting by Alphabetical Order

Sorting the items by alphabetical order, sorts the items in ascending order, by displaying the items starting from numerical and then alphabets A to Z.
To sort by alphabetical order, follow the steps given below.

  1. On the home page, click All.
    All the items for selected workspace are displayed.
  2. Click the sorting drop-down and click Alphabetical.
    The items are sorted in alphabetical order.

Figure: Display Pane – Alphabetical Sorting Order

Global Search

Global Search can be used within your selected workspace to search the items listed below.

  • Workflows
  • Workbooks
  • Models
  • Dashboards
  • Datasets

The major advantage of global search is that you can perform search at any point of time. You need not go to home page to search an item. Global search allows you to search while working in a workbook, workflow, or dashboard. It also gives you a overview of the recently updated items.
The items displayed in the list are color coded. The meaning of color codes is as given below.

Figure: Color code of Workspace items

To perform global search, follow the steps given below.

  1. On the title pane, in the top-right corner, click the Global Search icon ( ).
    A list of most recently updated items is displayed.

    Figure: Performing Global Search
  2. Click on any items (workbook, workflow, dashboard, model, or dataset) to open it directly.

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    • You can also type the name is the Search field to search any workbook, workflow, dashboard, model, or dataset (partial names can also be used).
    • Only Models are not color coded.
    • To view all the workbooks, workflows, dashboards, and datasets, click View all. You are redirected to rubiscape home page, and the results are shown in the display pane.

Update Name and Description

Updating the name and description of workbooks and workflows helps to retain the most recent information about them. You can update this information directly while working in the workbook or workflow.

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Notes:

  • The procedure is same for updating the workbook, workflow, and dashboard.
  • You cannot provide a name if an item with the same name is present under the same project.
  • Before updating information, make sure that the name and description you are entering are correct.|

Here, we are considering updating the name and description of a workbook.
To update name and description of workbook, follow the steps given below.

  1. Open the Workbook that you want to update. Refer to Searching a Workbook.
    The workbook canvas is displayed.
  2. Click the update icon ( ) next to the workbook name in the top-left below the title pane.

    Figure: Update Workbook
    Update Workbook page is displayed.
  3. Change the Workbook Name and Description.
  4. Click Update.

    Figure: Updating Name and Description
    The workbook information is updated.

View Workbooks and Workflows in Running Status

In a workspace, there are some workbooks and workflows that are still in running mode. They are easy to locate from the home page using the Running tab.
To view the running workbooks and workflows, follow the steps given below.

  1. Open the Workspace that contains your workbooks and workflows. Refer to Changing Workspace.
  2. On the home page, click Running.

    Running workbooks and workflows in the current workspace are displayed.
    The number in the bracket indicates the total number of running workbooks and workflows.
    In the example below, there are five workbooks that are in running status.


    Figure: Running Workbooks and Workflows
  3. To filter the workbook and workflows by their status, click the drop-down arrow. The statuses are Failed, Aborted, and Completed. Click the corresponding check box to filter.
Figure: Viewing Workbooks and Workflow by Status

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Notes:

  • To refresh the list of running workbooks and workflows, click the Refresh icon ( ).
  • You can sort the list by recent or alphabetical order.


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