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User Interface

OneOps provides a very powerful user interface with numerous features to enable the user to perform their tasks efficiently:

Explore the various features to save time in your usage of OneOps.

Overview

The user interface provides simple top bar to access some features on the top:

The top bar includes the following control and segments:

  • Navigation bar toggle
  • OneOps logo
  • Organization dialog with items to search, manage and navigate to organizations
  • Username with link to profile
  • Search button
  • Favorites dialog with items to manage and navigate to favorites
  • Feedback link
  • Sign out button

Clicking on the the navigation bar toogle replaces the top bar with the more powerful navigation bar resulting in display similar to the following example.

The black horizontal bar displays a breadcrumb navigation to the current entity and starts at the current organization. The right side of the same bar contains link to the three assembly lifecycle phases - design, transition and operations.

The main navigation bar visible on the left includes the following features (top to bottom, left to right)

  • OneOps logo
  • Water drop icon to change color scheme used for the navigation bar
  • Pin icon to prevent automatic collapse of navigation bar and keep it expanded
  • X icon to close the navigation bar
  • Display of current organization and search button to change organization
  • Catalogs access link
  • Clouds access link
  • Assemblies access link
  • Search access link
  • Settings link to access the current organization’s profile
  • Navigation aid for the current assembly
  • Optional, configurable links to support, file issues, provide feedback, documentation and release notes
  • Username with link to profile
  • Search button
  • Favorites dialog with items to manage and navigate to favorites
  • Feedback link
  • Sign out button

The navigation aid for the current assembly includes links to the design, transition and operate phases and the applicable entities. Some items can be expanded and contracted.

The navigation bar adapts to the current user privileges and the current context.

Phases Wizard

The phases wizard is displayed above the main content area and contains links to actions related to Account setup and the phases Design, Transition and Operate. The links are all context sensitive to the current organization and assembly. The current phase is highlighted in green. It can be disabled with the close button on the right.

Lists and Bulk Actions

Lists consist of a powerful header and the line items. The header on lists numerous features:

  • Sort button, optionally with selection of field to use for sorting
  • Filter input with display of the number of records in the list
  • Select all and unselect all boxes
  • New button to create new record
  • Action button

It items in the list itself display data and include a check box for bulk operation actions on the left and item-specific action buttons on the right.

Bulk actions can be performed by checking one or multiple of the select check boxes on the left of the records and then pressing the Action button in the header and selecting the desired action in the drop down.

The available actions vary based on the records in the list and include actions such as save, edit, mark as favorite, reboot and many others.

Keyboard Shortcuts

OneOps supports a number of keyboard shortcuts that enable an advanced user to navigate to specific components and other entities within the context of the current organization. These keyboard shortcuts trigger the appearance of an input control in a pop up dialog. You can type multiple values to narrow down the returned data to the desired results. Up to 20 results are displayed. Clicking on a result allows the user to navigate to the entity.

ALT-o: navigate to a specific organization.
ALT-d: navigate to an entity in the design phase.
ALT-t: navigate to an entity in the transition phase.
ALT-p: navigate to an entity in the operate phase.
ALT-g: go to an entity, adding a stand-alone d, t or o character to the query narrows the results to the design, transition or operation phases.

Short URLs

OneOps supports some short URLs. A user can type these URLs faster and navigate to the entity with a known identifier.

Deployment:

  • UI access at /r/deployment/<deployment_id> or shorter /r/d/<deployment_id>
  • JSON at /l/deployment/<deployment_id> or shorter /l/d/<deployment_id>

Releases:

  • UI access at /r/release/<release_id> or shorter /r/r/<release_id>
  • JSON at /l/release/<release_id> or shorter /l/r/<release_id>

Procedure:

  • UI access at /r/procedure/<procedure_id> or shorter /r/p/<procedure_id>
  • JSON at /l/procedure/<procedure_id> or shorter /l/p/<procedure_id>

Instance:

  • UI access at /r/instances/<instance_id> or shorter /r/i/<instance_id>
  • JSON at /l/i/<instance_id>