To help you manage your resources, such as Connections, Formats, Listeners, Flows, and Schedules, you can optionally assign your own metadata to each resource in the form of tags. This article describes tags and shows you how to create them.
Tags enable you to categorize your Integrator resources in different ways, for example, by purpose, owner, or environment. Each resource can have multiple tags assigned. This is useful when you have many resources of the same type — you can quickly identify a specific resource based on the tags you've assigned to it. Each tag consists of a key which you define. Using a consistent set of tags makes it easier for you to manage your resources. You can group-by and filter the resources based on the tags you add.
How to Tag a resource
When editing resources, such as a Connection, Format, Listener, Flow or Schedule, select or type in a tag name. Press
How to remove the Tag from a resource
When editing a resource, such as a Connection, Format, Listener, Flow or Schedule, and wish to remove a tag, click the
X button in front of the tag name.
How to group resources by assigned Tags
When you are in a grid displaying resources, such as Connections, Formats, Listeners, Flows or Schedules, click the
Enable Tags View.
To switch back to the grid view, click the same button again.
How to display tags only
Welcome link at the top of the screen, then select Expandable tags.
Any grid which contains tags will then collapse to the "tags only" view.
How to filter by Tags
When you are in a grid displaying resources, such as Connections, Formats, Listeners, Flows or Schedules, select one or more tags from the Tags drop-down.