This topic describes how to edit a dimension table.
- After you create a dimension table, the table editing page appears. For more information, see Create a dimension table.
- In the All Dimension Tables section of the page, find the target dimension. Then, click the table name in the File Name column or click Edit in the Operation column.
- Return: You can click this button to return to the Dimension page. On the Dimension page, you can view other dimension tables and go to the table editing page of other dimension tables.
- Import: Click Import. In the Import dialog box that appears, select the file to be imported and set relevant parameters. Then, click OK.
- Share: Click Share. In the dialog box that appears, set the sharing mode.
You can share the dimension table in the following ways:
- Link: Click Copy Link and send the copied URL to other users as needed.
- Users with Edit Access: Click below Users with Edit Access. In the dialog box that appears, select the users to whom you want to grant the edit permission and click OK.
- Users with Read Access: Click below Users with Read Access. In the dialog box that appears, select the users to whom you want to grant the read-only permission and click OK.
- Save: You can click this button to save the data of the dimension table to the corresponding MaxCompute table.
Dimension table information section
The dimension table information section displays the workspace to which the corresponding MaxCompute table belongs, and the name, details, description, lifecycle, and field description of the dimension table. You can click Modify field settings to modify the description and lifecycle of the dimension table and add fields to the dimension table.
Dimension table data section
The dimension table data section displays all the data of the MaxCompute table as a workbook. The first row lists the field names. You can double-click a cell to modify the content of a field in the corresponding row. After the modification, click Save in the upper-right corner. The changes are updated to the corresponding MaxCompute table.