A user must have staff level permissions for these operations
Visit Server (in header) → Authorize (in sidebar). Search for the user who has just registered.
Visit Server (in header) → Configuration (in sidebar). This page allows users (with staff permissions) to see the environment variables and credentials.
In the "User-Defined Credentials" section, you can see the credentials defined. You can over-ride existing credentials and add new ones.
Click on "Add" button to the top-right of the section to add a new credential. uually it is a dictionary. The credentials are stored encrypted in the database.
|Note that the credentials have not taken effect yet|
These credentials have to be 'synced' to the disk to make sure that the pipelines which run in headless mode can use them. And for the GUI to use them, click on "Reload" button in the sidebar.
If an app is not visible, there could be two reasons
(a) User is not authorized. You can enable access to the usecase using the User Activation interface. Viewer level is enough for use of app. Configuring app requires staff level permissions.
(b) The app didnt load. This, if it happens due to bugs in code, it should be visible in the Execution (in header) → System Log.
Visit Server (in header) → Engine (in sidebar) → Services. Check the status of the service in question. Start/stop as required.
Taskblade Not Reachable→
Visit Server (in header) → Engine (in sidebar) →
Services. Check the status of the service in question (usually has the
Dont Know the Problem→
Usually the system log will capture the issue if any. Visit Execution (in header) → Server Log (in sidebar). Scroll down or filter for errors. You will find the reason or exception.
Server Not Responding→
This would be required if the dashboard is permanenty down. q You will have to ssh and restart the enrichgui service assuming that there is any fundamental configuration issue. This rarely happens.
$ supervisorctl restart enrichgui