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Entity page

Each entity has a dedicated page that contains 3 tabs (by default):


The Overview tab is comprised of two widgets:


Here you will find the entity's properties and their values, its scorecards and their values, and other metadata.

By default, all directly-related entities in the same direction will automatically appear in this widget. This is true for both forward-related and backward-related entities. Indirectly-related entities will not appear.

For example:

Workflow Run has a forward-relation to Workflow, which has a forward-relation to Microservice. Microservice has a backward-relation to Pull Request. Since we changed direction midway, this relation is indirect:


As you can see, when looking at the entity page of a certain Workflow Run, Workflow and Microservice automatically appear, but Pull Request does not, since its relation is in the other direction:


You can add additional entities to the Related entities table by clicking on the + New Tab button. In the dialog, the Related blueprint dropdown will display all entities that are related in any way to the current entity. In our Workflow run example above, we can use this button to add a Pull request tab to our widget.


In some cases, the related blueprint may be reachable by more than one relation, like this:


Say we want to add a Cluster tab to ServiceInEnv's related entities. In such a case, the related property dropdown will display the possible relations for us to choose from:


Hide tabsโ€‹

The Hide tabs button on the right allows you to control which tabs are visible in this widget.


If the entity's blueprint has any actions configured, the Runs tab will display their history log, results, log streams, and more.

Audit logโ€‹

This tab displays all actions (including CRUD) that caused any change to the entity's configuration. For each change, useful metadata will be shown such as the initiator, diff before and after the change, relevant blueprint, and more.

Dashboard widgetsโ€‹

Visualization widgets can be added to an entity page to display data using graphic elements.

You can add widgets to an entity page by using the Add visualization menu:


Let's create a simple number chart that displays the number of System entities related to this Domain:

After the first widget is created, a new tab called dashboard will be created in the entity page displaying the new widget:


Each additional visualization will be added as a widget to the dashboard tab.

Additional tabsโ€‹

Additional tabs can be added to an entity page by utilizing specific properties in the entity's blueprint.
To see which tabs are supported and how to add them, see the tabs page.

Entity page operationsโ€‹

Each page type has a set of operations that can be performed from the UI.
The table below summarizes the available operations for an entity page:

Page typeSave a viewSave view as
a new page
Edit pageDelete pageLock page
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For more information about each operation, see page operations.