This article shows you all of the main functions and how to use them.
Getting to the screens
To get to File Manager:
Click Dock > File Manager.
The Home screen appears.
The Home screen lists the following folders from your data lake:
Used mainly by data scientists to store processed data or any other intermediate data.
Used to store data generated by the Model Management feature.
Used for storing the output data (downloadable insights) from different areas of the platform.
Contains files directly uploaded to the platform using Ad hoc Upload.
These files are typically used for creating feeds.
Navigating, searching and filtering
Each folder has a navigation path at the top of the screen that you can click on to go up through the folder structure.
To search for files or folders, enter their full or partial name in the search bar.
The search results are limited to the folder that you are searching from.
You can filter the contents of a folder by clicking on the filter icon and applying single or multiple filtering criteria.
Any filters that have been applied to the folder are displayed under the folder title.
The following filter options are available:
Filters the files / folder list based on type (for example, csv, json, pdf).
Only file types that are identified by the system will be shown.
Last updated by:
Filter by the last tenant user to update a file.
Choose from a list of all of the users on the tenant
Users can choose from the list of date options in the list. Available options are:
Last 15 days
Choose from the following sizes:
Less than or equal to 50 KB
50 KB - 1 MB
1 MB - 5 MB
Bigger than 5 MB
Both folders and files have an action menu located at the end of the row.
The following options are available:
Folder action menu:
Copy folder path
File action menu:
Takes you to the View File tab
Enables you to create a feed for the file.
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Copy file path
This copies the full path of the file.
Enables you to download the file to your local machine.
This will permanently delete the file.