Vaults home page

The Vaults home page contains all the vaults created in a given space.

On the Vaults home page, you can:

  • View a list of all vaults and their details such as the vault type, storage type, and visibility level (for vaults with public access).
  • Filter vaults by package type or vault type, and sort them by creation date or title.
  • Search for vaults by name.
  • Drill down to view information about each vault, such as packages, URL, and statistics.

    The vault statistics includes the following information:

    • Total size of all package content in the vault.

    • Total number of packages and versions.

    • A breakdown of package versions by state.

  • Drill down to view the details of each package, such as its size, contents, licenses, detected vulnerabilities, and more.
  • Drill down to view activity, such as who deployed, used, reviewed, and approved the package. If the package was deployed in a build script, open a chain that delivered the package.

To view information about vaults:

  1. In PulseUno, navigate to Spaces and select a space.

  2. In the sidebar, select Vaults. The Vaults page displays all the current vaults.

  3. To view a vault's packages and details, click the vault's name. The individual vault's page opens, where the vault's URL and statistics are displayed on the right.

  4. To copy the vault's URL for your IDE or build scripts, click Copy next to the URL.

  5. To change the page layout, switch between the views:

    List View (default) Displays vault contents as a list of packages, which you can sort by name, namespace, last modified date, and in ascending or descending order.
    Tree View Maven, npm, and Docker: Displays vault contents as a hierarchical tree of Maven namespaces, npm scopes, or Docker directories.
  6. To view the individuals and teams with access to the vault, and the roles they hold, for example, owner or package approver, click Members in the sidebar.

  7. To view a vault's general settings, click Settings in the sidebar. For details about changing the settings, see Edit vault settings.

  8. To view a list of package versions, click the package name.

  9. To view information about a package version, click the version's name.

    On the package version page, navigate between the tabs to view package activity, contents, licenses, vulnerabilities, and more. PulseUno also provides commands and code snippets for using the package in your build system. For details, see Review and approve vault packages.

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