Send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org with the following information:
To login into Dots request the login credentials from your System Administrator. A username and password will be provided. Use these details to sign in at the specified URL given to your workspace.
Dots contain a maximum of 6 main sections, depending on the user's level of authorization. owever for a general user, you will likely work with the following:
- Manage: Used to manage database importation and custom css templating.
- Charts: List all charts the user has access to.
- Dashboards: List all dashboard the user has access to.
For System Administrators, you will see the following additional sections:
- Security: Used to manage access to the application. This menu provides features for creation, deletion, activation and deactivation of users, creation and deletion of roles.
- Sources: Used to manage data source. The user can create connection to databases and well as create tables from databases using features in tis menu.
- SQL Lab: This is a modern, feature-rich SQL IDE
Please notify your System Administrator or send an email to: email@example.com with information on the name or email of the account.
Dots has the following default roles:
- Admin: Admins have all possible rights, including granting or revoking rights from other users and altering other people’s slices and dashboards.
- Alpha: The alpha role is for users who need permissions to add or alter tables in any databases. It is suitable for users who want to create new tables, charts, and dashboards
- Gamma: The gamma role is for users who need permissions to view and create charts and dashboards. These users will need customized roles that give them read permissions on data sources. Data source access only gives them view permissions on charts and dashboards, without any ability to alter them. But, they can create new charts for permitted data sources.
sql_lab: The sql_lab role grants access to SQL Lab. Note that while
Adminusers have access to all databases by default, both
Gammausers need to be given access on a per database basis.
Public: This role is used for unregistered users. By default, the public role has no permissions.