The Manage Data Tables module categorizes data tables and helps to manage information and operations for different tables in various categories. This enables the developers to manage their own data tables. On the Manage Data Tables page, you can follow these steps on your tables: setting the lifecycle, managing tables (including modifying the category, description, field, and partition of a table), hiding and unhiding tables, and deleting tables.
This section lists your favorite data tables. You can also remove the table from your favorite list.
This section displays the tables that you recently used. You can set the table lifecycle, manage tables (including modifying the category, description, field, and partition of a table), hiding and unhiding tables, and deleting tables. For more information, see the Manage tables section in this article.
This section lists the data tables you have created within the organization. In other words, you are the owner of the tables as you are the current logon user.
You can search for the tables by table names and filter the tables according to the projects where the tables belong. The operations available here are the same as those for My recently used tables.
This section lists the tables with owners configured as Computing Engine Accounts (namely, the production account) with a MaxCompute access identity. The operations available here are the same as those for My recently used tables.
If you are the project administrator, all the data tables in the project spaces you managed are displayed on this page. As an administrator, you can perform various operations on the tables such as modifying the table owner.
The Data Management module allows you to add tables to your favorites list. You can click Add to favorites on the table details page to add the table to your favorite list. Similarly, to remove a table from favorites list, click remove, on the My Favorite Tables page.
Click Lifecycle in the Actions column of the list.
Modify the table lifecycle in the Lifecycle dialog box.
Click More in the Actions column of the list and select Table Management to modify the table structure.
Modify the related information on the Table Management page.
Click Submit to confirmm the changes.
The table owner or project administrator can hide a table to make table invisible to other members. Click More in the Actions column of the list and select Hide to hide a table. To unhide the table, select Unhide.
A hidden table is marked as hidden after the table name.
The project administrator can modify the table owner by completing the following steps:
In the My managed tables section, click More in the Actions column of the list and select Modify Owner.
Enter the cloud account name of the new owner in the Modify table owner dialog box. Note that the new owner must be a member of the project.
Click Submit to confirm the changes.
Click More in the Actions column of the list and select Delete.
Click OK to confirm the action. Once a data table is deleted, the table structure. Note that once you delete a table, all table data gets deleted and cannot be recovered. So, proceed with caution.