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Navigating DataOps

Finding your way around some of the more frequently used screens in DataOps can initially be daunting, so this section comprises several navigation hints and directions.

Project

The main home screen of any project will look something like this:

At the very top of the page, the Navigation Bar provides quick access to other projects and groups and search functionality, help, user profile, and settings.

Every group and project includes this handy navigation indicator that will show where you are in the current group hierarchy, with links to each parent group.

Project Sidebar

The project sidebar contains quick links to the most commonly used items within the project, including:

1. Project information

The Project information sidebar submenu item is a dropdown menu item that links to other information about the project.

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2. Repository

The Repository sidebar submenu item provides access to menu items, including Files, Commits, Branches, Tags, Contributors, Graph, and Compare.

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3. Merge Requests

The Merge requests menu item allows developers to raise, view, and merge requests for this project.

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4. CI/CD

The CI/CD submenu item gives developers and maintainers access to the project's pipelines and jobs.

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Settings

The Settings submenu item includes other project configurations such as General, Webhooks, Access Tokens, Repository, and CI/CD.

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Project Header

Here you will find the main project information, such as the project identifier, summary stats on Git interactions and storage, a graphical view of code usage, branch selector, and other action buttons.

Last Commit

Below the header, you will find details of the last commit to the selected branch, including the core information provided by the contributor and the current pipeline status.

Project Files

The remainder of the main project page is the file browser, showing all the directories and files in the currently-selected branch. However, for editing code, we recommend using the WebIDE. This is accessed via the button just above the project header.