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Data360 DQ+ Help

Product type
Software
Portfolio
Verify
Product family
Data360
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Data360 DQ+
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Latest
Language
English
Product name
Data360 DQ+
Title
Data360 DQ+ Help
Copyright
2024
First publish date
2016
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2024-07-09
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2024-07-09T15:09:58.774265

Reports are an admin-only feature that allow Administrators to access additional information about Data360 DQ+. Reports can be viewed via the Data360 DQ+ UI or exported as PDFs. The different types of reports available to Administrators are described in this topic. Permission Reports allow Administrators to see who has access to what, in the contexts of pipelines and environments:

Pipelines tab

The Pipelines tab shows all the permissions that exist for all data stages within a selected environment. Within the Pipelines tab, you can view any data stage's permissions for any environment in the system, regardless of which environment you are currently logged into.

  • Environment, Object Type and Name - These properties list the basic identifying information about a data stage.
  • Permissions - This property lists all of the permissions that are assigned to a data stage. The general format is as follows: Permission-> Environment Group. If a data stage has multiple permissions assigned to it, each assignment will be delimited by a semicolon, for example, Permission1-> Environment Group 1; Permission2-> Environment Group 2Data stages without any permission assignments will simply have a blank Permission property.
  • Inherited - Shows whether an object has inherited permissions from its parent. A data stage can inherit permissions from its parent path or pipeline. A Path can inherit permissions from its parent path or pipeline. Pipelines can never inherit permissions, since they do not have a parent.
  • Export to PDF - Generates a PDF of permissions for the entire environment selected in the dropdown.

Environments tab

The Environments tab lists which environment groups have access to which environments.

  • Name - Lists the name of an environment.
  • Permissions - Lists all of the environment groups that have access to an environment. If an environment group has access to an environment, the following listing will appear: Read-> Environment GroupIf multiple environment groups have access to an environment, each environment group will be delimited by a comma. For example: Read-> Environment Group 1, Environment Group 2
  • Export to PDF - Generates a PDF of environment group access rights for every environment in the system.