There are a number of tools available for tenant management outside the OrgVue user interface, which can be used for audit and debugging purposes, also for data export
To use these tools, log into OrgVue in the normal way but once your login has been accepted, type the required URL directly into your browser's address bar Note that your standard OrgVue permissions still apply, so access will be restricted to these tools if you are not Admin role
In each of the documented uses below, replace [orgvue] with the appropriate address i.e. ‘orgvue2’ or ‘orgvuedemo’, depending on the environment you are trying to access.
Because in each instance the OrgVue server is being accessed direct, you will need to state the tenant ID of your tenant within the URL, i.e. replace [tenantID] with your Tenant ID. The tenant ID is usually a non-published anonymous set of alphanumeric symbols, but the first specimen (below) provides a lookup of all tenant IDs and names to which you have access (or ask email@example.com).
Specimen One: List Accessible Tenants
Lists tenant names and IDs for which you have access.
Specimen Two: Activities
Lists the last 1000 (or any other stated number) activities made by users, e.g. logging in to the tenant
Specimen Three: Users in a Tenant
Lists users and their role
Specimen Four: Datasets in a Tenant
List of datasets and owners with ability to:
- access audit log,
- download csv,
- upload/merge data,
- connect straight to Excel
When using the standard OrgVue export function (i.e.Copy) in rare circumstances with complex data structures, Excel may fail to export correctly. By using this method (click on e.g. csv link), this will be guaranteed to be a true representation of the data, without any TSV parsing issues that might exists between the copy buffer and Excel.
Note that the property names shown in the export here will be the keys for the data, which are normally hidden in the standard OrgVue user interface.
Specimen Five: Write Expressions
Lets you write back end gizmo to interrogate the tenant, e.g. resource.datasets.count)
Specimen Six: Tasks
Shows dataset-associated tasks