The interface function points are described below:
No. Feature Description
1 Show my files View nodes under your account in the current column.
2 Code search Search for a code or a code segment.
3 [+] Creates a solution, business flow, folder, node, table, resource, or function entry.
4 Reload Refreshes the current directory tree.
5 Locate Locates the selected file position.
6 Import Imports local data to an online table. Note: The encoding format.
7 Filter Filter nodes based on the specified conditions.
8 Save Saves the current code.
9 Save as query file Saves the current code as a temporary file, which is displayed in the temporary query column.
10 Submit Submits the current node.
11 Submit and unlock Submits the current node and unlocks the node to edit the code.
12 Steal lock Edits a node that you do not have ownership over.
13 Run Runs the current node code.
14 Run after setting parameters Runs the code of the current node with the configured parameters.
15 Precompile Edit and test the current node parameters.
16 Stop run Stops the run code.
17 Reload Refreshes the page and returns to the previously saved page.
18 Run smoke test in development environment Tests the current node code in the development environment.
19 View smoke test ;og in development environment Views the run log of a node in the development environment.
20 Go to scheduling system of development environment Goes to the O&M center of the development environment.
21 Format The sequence codes of the current node. It is often used when the code on a single line is too long.
22 Publish Publishes the submitted code. After the code is published, the code is under the production environment.
23 O&M Goes to the O&M center of the production environment.
24 Scheduling Configuration Configures the scheduling attributes, parameters, and Resource Groups of a node.
25 Relationship View the relationship between tables used by the code.
26 Version View the submission and publish records of the current node.
27 Structure View the code structure of the current node. If the code is too long, you can quickly locate a code segment based on the key information in the structure.