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What is a Page?

A page is a viewing component that displays Entity data in different forms such as a table form, data summary, etc.

Basic concepts of pages

  • Blueprint default page: automatically appears when a Blueprint is created, and is located in the navigation bar. It contains a single table widget.
  • Pages are dynamic: We can create multiple pages that display different data according to the filters you set in advance.
  • Entity pages: automatically appear for each new Entity you create.

Pages architecture

  1. Pages are built from Widgets.

A widget is a viewing component from which Pages are built. It contains the Entity type, and a default configuration of the view.

A page can hold a single widget or multiple widgets, for example:

  • A full table view widget.
  • Details section widget in an Entity page.
  1. Pages can contain tabs.

A tab is a sub-page within a page.

Pages can be separated into several tabs, each of which is a page that holds one or many widgets.

Default Tabs:

  • Overview
  • Audit Log
Pages Hierarchy

Pages contain Widgets and Tabs.
Tabs are pages within pages.

Blueprint Page

A full page table widget that holds all of the Blueprints specific Entities.

Microservice blueprint page

Default view

Empty Microservice blueprint page

Entity Page

Each Entity has a specific page that contains two tabs (by default).

The first tab is the Overview tab, which shows two widgets: the Entity details and a table(s) of its related Entity(ies). The second tab is an Audit Log tab that contains a full-page table widget.

Relations within an entity page

Related entities of an Entity are presented on the Entity page as a list of table widgets containing the related Entity(ies) data.

Microservice entity page tabs marked

Page operations

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

Page typeSave a viewSave view as
a new page
Edit pageDelete page
Blueprint page (Default Page)VVXX
Entity pageVXXX
Users pageVXXX
Audit log pageVXXX
Custom page (generated from save as new page)VVVV
Default page

The default page is automatically created when a new Blueprint is created. That page is directly tied to its Blueprint and it cannot be edited or deleted.

In order to edit or delete the default Blueprint page, the Blueprint itself should be edited or deleted. (Using the filter, sort, group by and other table widget controls to change the layout of the default Blueprint page is available directly from the default page)

All page operations are available on the right top bar, as shown here: (In accordance with the table above)

Page operations marked

Saving views

Every change made on a specific page, such as widget operations, enables the Save this view button.
Clicking on it will save the new view for all users.


The ability to save a view for all users is available only for the Admin role.

Saving new pages

Each time a change is made on a page, and the Save this view becomes enabled, you can press the small arrow on its right side to open the drop menu.

Save view menu button marked

After clicking the Save as a new page button, a window will pop up:

Save as a new page popup


When saving a new page or editing an existing one, a set of icons is available to you:

Page Icons dropdown menu

Edit or delete a page

Editing pages

By clicking the ... button on the top right corner, you can edit the page name and its icon.

Page menu

Editing a page:

Edit Page popup window

Deleting pages


An Entity page is deleted automatically when the connected Entity is deleted.


A widget is a UI component that shows data to the user. On Port, we have a few types of widgets:

  • Table widget.
  • Summary (Details) widget.

Table widget operations

Table operations are used to define the user’s view of the Port platform.


We highly recommend using the table operations to provide a clean and accurate view of the platform for your developers.

All table operations are available on the top bar of the table:

Table operations bar


Filtering a table is done using the following menu:

Table filter menu marked

You can define any filtering operator with a suitable value, in order to filter anything.

You can filter according to one or many fields while setting the relation between each field filter: And/Or.


We support the following filtering operators: 'contains', '=', '!=', 'begins with', 'Has any of', 'end with', 'does not contain', 'does not begin with', 'does not end with'.


Sorting the table is done on the following menu:

Table sort menu marked

You can sort by one or more fields of any kind. We support Ascending and Descending sorting options.


Sorting a specific column can be done by clicking on the column title.


Hiding table columns is done on the following menu:

Table hide menu marked

You can decide whether each field is viewable to users or not.


We highly recommend hiding irrelevant data from users, in order to provide them a clean work environment with few irrelevant distractions.

Group By

Grouping by Entities is done on the following menu:

Table group by menu marked

You can group results according to any field in the table.


Group by is recommended when you want to create custom views for users, such as Microservices by Owners.

Just create your group by setting, add additional viewing settings if needed, and Save the page as a new view (See How).

We provide a free search option on tables. Searching on a table is available on the left side of the top bar:

Table search bar marked

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