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>.