The following system settings are available to users with technical administrator privileges:
Fig. 1 – Administration form
Setting up accounts includes:
To set up an account, it is necessary to select Accounts in the sidebar menu. This form contains the following tabs:
The tab Active accounts (fig. 2) displays information about the current system users.
Fig. 2 – Active accounts tab
The background color of table rows corresponds to the type of user:
To download accounts list click button above the table. As a result, the table with the following data will be downloaded to a computer in the Excel format (.xlsx):
To add a new user under the same party (client of the repository), click on button . This opens the form (fig. 3).
Fig. 3 – adding a new user
Fill in this form with account parameters:
Then you need to click button. The new account will be displayed in the list of active accounts. During the first attempt of authentication in the system the user will need to change password created by the technical administrator for information security. After that the user can continue to work in the system.
Accounts are set up using the toolbar that pops up when hovering the mouse over the row of the account table (fig. 4).
Fig. 4 – toolbar
The toolbar buttons are described in Table 1.
Table 1 – Toolbar buttons
Clicking on button the user is taken to the account editing form
The account editing form allows the administrator to change name, login name, account type and email address
Clicking on button opens an account password change form
After changing the password the technical administrator must deliver the new password to the user. When the user first logs into the Web-client, he must change the password to be able to further work in the system
Clicking on this button the user is taken to the delete account confirmation form. Deleted user accounts are displayed in the Deleted accounts tab
There are two ways to change user roles.
The first way: click the this form you need to select a value in the Account type drop-down list (fig. 5.1) and click OK button to save it (fig. 5.2).button. As a result, the account editing form will open. In
Fig. 5 – changing roles
The second way:
check the appropriate checkboxes at the accounts to be changed (fig. 6.1). As a result, the Edit role button will be shown;
Fig. 6 – Role tab
click the Edit role button (fig. 6.2);
choose the necessary role (fig. 7.1);
Fig. 7 – changing the account type
click the Select button (fig. 7.3) to apply settings.
The tab Deleted accounts displays a list of deleted accounts. You can restore a deleted account by clicking thebutton, which opens on hovering the mouse over the row in the table. The restored accounts are displayed in the Active accounts tab (fig. 8).
Fig. 8 – Deleted accounts tab
By default in Web-client has three types of accounts (technical administrator, administrator, operator). The list of available roles is displayed in the Role tab (fig. 9).
Fig. 9 – Role tab
If the the parameters of the basic roles are not suitable for solving problems, you can create custom roles and specify access rights for them. To do this:
specify forms and rights available for the role by checking the appropriate checkboxes (fig. 10.2 and 10.3);
To use tabular reports you need to specify Reports (fig. 11.1) form and Enable/Disable daily tabular reports right (fig. 11.2) by checking the appropriate checkboxes
As a result, a new role will be created. You can change access rights of the role using the enter the required values and click the Save button. button in the pop-up toolbar. Clicking the button opens a window, where you will need to
To delete a custom role you need to click on the If the Web-client has an active account with this role, the button will be unavailable. button.
You cannot delete or edit the basic roles.
To download role list click button above the table. As a result, the table with the following data will be downloaded to a computer in the Excel format (.xlsx).
The operations log records all events that occurred in the system during the user experience. Operation logs are used to determine the source of current system malfunctions, as well as to prevent possible problems. The information in the log (fig. 11) is displayed in the form of a table that contains:
Fig. 11 – operations log
Each record in the table can be opened for detailed view (fig. 12) with the buttonthat pops up when hovering the mouse over the table row.
By default, the log displays all operations. Certain operations (for example, performed by an administrator) can be viewed using filters. To apply filters, to open the settings bar by clicking on button and define the required parameters (fig. 13).
Fig. 13 – setting up filters
Filters implemented in the Web-client are described in Table 2.
Table 2 – Filters for configuring the operations log
|2||By accounts||The filter is used to display operations that were performed under a specific account|
The filter is used to display operations of the following categories:
|4||Entries per page||The filter is used to set the number of transactions to be displayed on a page|
|5||Section||The filter is used to display Archive that contains operations performed 7 days ago|
Operations corresponding to your search criteria will be displayed in the table.
Operations log can be downloaded to a computer in the Excel format (version excel 2007/2010) by clicking the button above the table. If the filter is not configured, the entire log will be downloaded. If set filter settings, the specific events will be downloaded.
The Notifications form (fig. 14) displays a list of system transactions and errors that occurred during their performance. The notification contains time (fig. 14.1) and text of the operation (fig. 14.2). Notifications are displayed in order of receipt. New incoming messages are displayed at the top of the table.
Fig. 14 – Notifications form
In this form, the following categories of notifications are available for viewing:
export of contract statuses;
export of packages from the repository.
To start all operations click start a specific category of tasks you need to select a category from the drop-down list (figure 15.2) and click (fig. 15.3).(fig. 15.1). To
Fig. 15 – select the notification category
The Notifications form displays not only informational messages, but also system errors. To view them:
Fig. 16 – select the notification type
Example of a system error messages is shown in fig. 17.
Figure 17 – system error notification
For user's convenience the viewed messages can be grouped under a separate category Read. To do this click on button in front of the necessary notifications. To see current and viewed notifications click on the drop-down list (Fig. 18.1), select the type of messages and click Show (Fig. 18.2).
Fig. 18 – select the type of notification
The Background tasks form contains a list of system messages about operations that are at the stage of execution. The following categories of tasks are available for viewing in this form:
Click to start all background tasks. To start a specific category click on the drop-down list and select a category, then click on button (fig. 19).
Fig. 19 – Background tasks form
This will display a list of tasks in the form of a table, where each row contains the time and the text of the task.
To choose import mode go to Accounts→Settings and set checkbox:
Fig. 20 – settings form
To save changes click Save button. Settings will be applied for for all users.