Create a Server Files Manager
The Server Files Manager displays all of the directories in the Data Workbench server installation directory, including configuration and look-up files.
You may want to access a portion of the Server Files Manager without having to navigate its entire directory structure or display only a few of the subdirectories to address a particular need. For example, you might want to create a separate Server Files Manager that displays only the Access Control and Users subdirectories, enabling you to manage your users and their access.
Each manager that you create must have a .vw file. You can use the Server Files.vw file as a template.
For more information about the Server Files Manager, see The Server Files Manager .
To create a Server Files Manager
- In the Profile Manager, click the Menu directory, then the Admin directory. The Server Files.vw file is located here.
- In the profile name column, right-click the check mark for the Server Files.vw file and click Make Local . A check mark for the file appears in the User column.
- Right-click the check mark for the Server Files.vw file in the User column and click Open > from the workbench . The Server Files.vw file opens.
- To remove a directory, right-click the top border of the Server Files Manager and click Server Directories > Remove > < directory name > .
- To add a directory, right-click the top border of the Server Files Manager, click Server Directories > Add > Directory .Type the directory’s URI in the URI field, and click OK .You can designate multiple directories in the URI field. For example, if you type [Profiles\Marketing\], the server files manager contain the Marketing subdirectory, but no other subdirectory within the Profiles directory.
- Right-click the top the top border of the Server Files Manager and click Save .
- To create a new manager, change the file name in the File Name field, then click Save . To overwrite the existing manager, click Save .
- (Optional) To make the changes available to all users of the working profile, right-click the check mark for the .vw file in the User column.Then, click Save to > < working profile name > .