Container Manager

Introduction to the Container Manager

The Container Manager includes a rich set of features that allow users to easily manage Environments and Containers. Each Environment consists of Containers and folders. Folders allow you to organize your containers as you see fit. When deploying code and queries against a Container, the Container name is identified by the name of its parent folder in the Container Manager together with the Container name, for example "Folder1\Container1". In order to transfer packages between Dev, QA, and Production, the folder names and Container names in each Environment must be identical. For more details please refer to the section titled Executing Code Packages.

The Container Manager can be viewed by selecting

    •   View → Container Manager.

Key features of the Container Manager are listed below in the context of Environments, folders, Containers, and target databases in Static Containers.

    1. Create Environments
    2. Edit Environments
    3. Copy-paste an Environment and all its folders and Containers
    3. Setting the Active Environment

    1. Create folders
    2. Edit folders
    3. Copy and paste folders between Environments or within the same Environment
    4. Move folders

    1. Create Static Containers
    2. Create Dynamic Containers
    3. Edit Container settings
    4. Copy-paste Containers
    5. Move Containers to another Environment or folder
    6. Add target databases to a Static Container

Target database in Static Containers:
    1. Copy-paste databases between Static Containers
    2. Move database between Static Containers

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