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A Container is a top-level component that can be used to implement security. Containers can contain different set of objects - Test Cases, Test Plans, Connections. It provides a security mechanism for isolating and controlling access to Test Cases and Test Plans for different user groups.

Users with Administrator privileges can give access permissions for containers to basic users.


Add a Container

The BASE container comes by default with the installation of DataOps Suite. You can add any number of containers you wish to add.

To add a container,

  1. Navigate to Admin Options > Manage Access.
  2. Click Containers.
  3. Complete the following fields:
    • Container Name. Enter a name for the container.
    • Container Description. Enter a description for the container.
    • Sync DataSource
    • Query DataSource
  4. Click Add.

Edit or Delete a Container

To edit or delete a Container,

  1. Navigate to Admin Options > Manage Access.
  2. Click Containers.
  3. Select the container and do any of the following:
    • Edit the container name and click Save.
    • Click DELETE CONTAINER and click OK to confirm.

Setting Default Container

To set the default container, 

  1. On the side menu, navigate to Tools > Settings.
  2. Select a container from the Set Default Container drop-down list.
  3. Click Save to save the changes.
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