Manage Data Tables categorizes data tables and enables management over the information and actions for different tables in various categories, allowing developers to manage their own data tables. On the Manage Data Tables page, you can perform the following actions on your tables: setting lifecycle, managing tables (including modifying the table’s category, description, field, and partition), hiding tables/unhiding tables, and deleting tables.
This section displays the list of favorite data tables of the current user. You can also “Remove” a table from the list.
This section displays the recently used tables of the current user. You can perform table lifecycle settings, table management (including modifying the table’s category, description, field, and partition), hiding tables/unhiding tables, and deleting the table’s operations here. For detailed operation descriptions, see the “Manage Tables” chapter.
This section lists the data tables that the current user has created within the organization. In other words, the tables with the current user as the Owner.
You can perform fuzzy searches for tables by searching table name or project. The operations available here are the same with those for “My recently used tables”.
This section lists the tables with owners configured as “Computing Engine Accounts” (that is, the production account) with an ODPS access identity. The operations available here are the same with those for “My recently used tables”.
If the current user is a project administrator, all the data tables in the projects managed by the user will be displayed on this page. The administrator can perform various operations on the tables, including modifying the table owner.
The Data Management module allows you to add tables to a favorite list. You can click “Add as Favorite” on the “Table Details” page, or remove tables from the favorite list on the [My Favorite Tables] page.
Click “Lifecycle” in the action bar of the list.
Modify the table lifecycle in the Lifecycle pop-up box.
Click the “More” option in the action bar of the list, and click “Manage Tables” to modify the table structures.
Modify related information on the “Manage Tables” page.
The table owner or project administrator can hide a table to make the table invisible to other members. Click the “More” option in the action bar of the list, and click “Hide” to hide the table. You can also click “Unhide” here to unhide a hidden table.
A hidden table will be marked as such after its name.
The project administrator can modify the table owner. To do this, the project administrator should go to [My Managed Tables] list, click the “More” option in the action bar of the list, and then click the “Modify Owner” option.
Input the cloud account name of the new owner in the Modify Table Owner pop-up box. The inputted owner must be a member of the project.
Click the “More” option in the action bar of the list, and click “Delete” to delete the table.
The delete operation will delete the table’s structure information and all its data, and the data cannot be recovered. Please perform this operation with caution.