In Synatic, you can use the Operations Portal to monitor and manage all Flows and Buffers in your Solution to ensure that they operate smoothly and that any exceptions and anomalies can be handled efficiently and effectively.

In this article, each Ops Portal section will be discussed in detail, covering each selection, setting, and option.

We'll also add authorized users to the portal and add controls to create the different views within the Portal.

This article describes:

Creating a new Portal

The Info Tab

The Users Tab

The Views Tab

Creating a new Portal

In Synatic, go to the Operations Portal menu and click Create or, alternatively, click ⨁ to add a new Portal.

Give the new portal a name and a meaningful description, then click Save.

📝 You can select the Disable checkbox if you want to disable this portal at any future time.

When you create a new operations portal, a new portal user interface is opened and is comprised of three tabs; the Info, Users, and View tabs:

Info Tab

The Info tab displays the basic title and description of the portal.

The tab also contains a Disabled option, which, if selected, removes access to the Portal.

Users Tab

The Users tab lets you select Synatic users and assign them to use the Ops Portal.

  • Click ⨁ to open the user selection list and add a user.

  • Click 🖍 to edit the currently selected user or click - to delete the selected user.

  • You may also use the </> to view or edit user IDs in JSON format.

📝 Only these selected users will have access to the Ops Portal option in the Account menu.

Views Tab

The Views tab will be used often to add and configure controls that you add to monitor your flows and buffers.

Each view you add must be named and described, and then you assign a control that you configure. The following controls are available:

  • AsyncFlow - Used to run and monitor any of the flows in an Asynchronous mode.

  • SyncFlow - Used to run and monitor any of the flows in a Synchronous mode.

  • Buffer - Used to view and manage any of the Synatic Buffers.

  • Runs - Used to view and monitor the flow results of any of the listed Runs.

  • Run - Used to view and monitor the flow results of any specific Run ID.

  • HTML - Used to display the output of a flow in an HTML formatted page.

  • Graph - Used to create a Graph chart of X-axis & Y-axis data in a flow output.

Useful Tutorials

Revisit the Getting Started page for a refresher.

Learn more in the Operations Portal tutorials.

Build a View with AsyncFlow

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