Never attempt to upload source data into the resource tree. Instead direct SpectX to the data by creating a datastore
At the top of the resource tree, there is a search bar where files can be searched by name or modification time.
You can drag and drop files inside the resource tree.
Once a user creates a script, pattern, or configures a datastore, it appears in the resource tree. Datastores are configured in the data browser.
The resource tree has 3 default folders:
/user- For storing personal files.
/shared- For storing shared team resources.
/system- In SpectX Server edition the content of the folder can be read and modified only by the administrator role. Users only have listing and execution permissions, meaning they can see the branch structure, launch queries and read query results, but they can not see the content of files nor modify them.
Right-clicking folders and datastores show a dropdown menu with the following options:
Save Current as- Saves the file currently being worked on in this folder/datastore.
Save Current Query Result as- Saves the result currently being worked on in this folder/datastore.
Upload- Upload scripts and other files to this location.
Reload Tree- Refreshes the resource tree and displays content newly created by other SpectX users.
Unique file types in the resource tree include:
file.sxScript files that query data for certain parameters after a
file.sxpPattern files that tell SpectX how to make sense of a particular data format, and how to treat its contents.
search bar to find files, datastores, or scripts that have been created in or uploaded to SpectX.
Users can search by name, creation time, or directory. Possible searches are:
file name or part- Searches for a specific file by name (can be partial).
t:minute- Displays all files altered within the last 5 minutes.
t:week- Displays all files altered within the last week (168 hours).
t:hour- Displays all the files altered within the last day (24 hours).
t:month- Displays all files altered within the last months (31 days).
c:- Displays all of the files that a user has access to.