View and share chains

You can view the chains that have been added to a stream or branch. To share a chain with your team, you export the chain. You can also import chains created by others.

View chains in a stream or branch

You can view and filter the list of chains in a stream or branch. Open a chain to view its information.

To view chains:

  1. In PulseUno, navigate to Spaces and select a space.
  2. Select a product or Git repository.
  3. In the sidebar, select Chains. The Chains page opens, displaying a list of all chains.
  4. To hide disabled chains and/or chains without runs, select the relevant option from the filtering menu.

  5. To sort chains by date, click Sort by and select a category. By default, chains are sorted by name.

    You can also sort in ascending or descending order.

  6. By default, each chain row displays basic information about the chain. To collapse the view and display only the chain's name, state, and date of the last run, click Compact Mode.
  7. To open the chain and view its results, configuration, and steps, click the chain's name. For details, see View chain run details.

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Share chains

You can export chains that you created and share them with your team. You can also import chains from members of your team.

To export a chain:

  1. In PulseUno, navigate to Spaces, select a space and then a product or Git repository.
  2. In the sidebar, select Chains.
  3. From the chain list, open the chain that you want to export.
  4. From the Actions menu , select Export Chain. The chain is downloaded automatically.
  5. Open the downloads directory on your machine and find the .chain file containing the exported chain.

To import a chain:

  1. In PulseUno, navigate to Spaces, select a space and then a product or Git repository.
  2. In the sidebar, select Chains.
  3. On the Chains page, click Import Chain .
  4. In the Import Chain dialog box, drag and drop the .chain file onto the upload area.

    Or navigate to the directory containing the .chain file, select the file, and click Open.

  5. Click Import.

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