Named Paths

Use the Named Paths page to add, edit and delete named paths.

To access the Named Paths page

  1. On the Navigation Tree, click System Settings and select System Preferences.

  2. At the top of the page select the Named Paths tab.

To add a new named path

  1. Click the Add icon Add button.

  2. Enter a path name in the Name field.

  3. Select the path group in the Path Group field.

Path Group options:

  • Common: The named path is available to all items.

  • Copy\Move Action: The named path is available to the copy\move distribution action of Standard Processes.

  • Database Inputs for Standard Processes: The named path is available to the database input in Standard Process.

  • Database Inputs for Visual Processes: The named path is available to the database input in Visual Process.

  • DataPrep Export Files: The named path is available when defining a DataPrep Export item in a Visual Process.

  • DataPrep Input Files: The named path is available to the workspace input (to replace the input path) as part of the Replace Paths option when a workspace is opened in the Server Library. It helps convert the initial desktop-derived path to one that is defined as part of the Monarch Server environment.

  • Distribution for Standard Processes: The named path is available to global distribution paths.

  • Distribution for Visual Processes: The named path is available to distribution paths in Visual Processes.

  • Export Report Files: The named path is available to Report Export for Standard/Visual Processes.

  • Export Table and Summary Exception Files: The named path is available to Table/Summary Export exception files for Standard/Visual Processes.

  • Export Table and Summary Files: The named path is available to Table/Summary Export file for Standard/Visual Processes.

  • Export Table and Summary Folders: The named path is available to Table/Summary Export folder for Standard/Visual Processes.

  • Google Analytics Key Files: The named path is available to the workspace with Google Analytics data source (to replace Google Analytics Key Files in data source).

  • Monitoring: The named path is available to monitoring path in Standard/Visual Processes.

  • Move Disposition: The named path is available to job log disposition.

  • Project: The named path is available to project files in Standard Processes.

  • Project Data Link Files: The named path is available to data link files in the project (Standard Processes).

  • Project Inputs. The named path is available to text input in the project (Standard Processes).

  • Project Models: The named path is available to models in the project (Standard Processes).

  • Project Prerequisites. The named path is available to prerequisites in the project (Standard Processes).

  • Publish Tableau Export Passwords: The named path is available to the Publish to Tableau option (to select password).

  • Publish Tableau Export TabCmd: The named path is available to the Publish to Tableau option (to select TabCmd).

  • RSS Action: The named path is available to the RSS distribution action for Standard Processes.

  • Script References. The named path is available to the script (to specify some references).

  1. Select location in the Location field.

  2. Select Create folder allowed to show the Create New Folder field that will allow the user to create a folder in the file system.

  3. Select Browse from root to make the whole file system of a selected location is accessible to the user
        or 
    Enter the path in the Path field. In this case only files and folder within the path selected are accessible to the user.

  4. Click the Save button.

To edit a named path

  1. Click the name of the named path you want to change or click anywhere on the row, and then click Edit button.

  2. Make necessary changes. For details, see To add a new named path.

To assign rights to a named path

  1. Click the Rights tab found beside the Named Paths tab.

  2. If you want the selected named path to be available to all users, select the Global checkbox.

  3. Under User Groups, choose the user groups to which the named path should be assigned by dragging and dropping them from the Available User Groups pane to the Selected User Groups pane.

  4. Under Roles, choose the roles to which the named path should be assigned by dragging and dropping them from the Available Roles pane to the Selected Roles pane.

  5. Under Users, choose the users to which the named path should be assigned by dragging and dropping them from the Available Users pane to the Selected Users pane.

  6. Click the Save button to save all changes.

To delete a named path

  1. On the Named Paths page select the project location you want to delete.

  2. Click Delete end rowat the end of the row with the named path you want to delete.

  3. Click Delete to remove the named path from the list.

 

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