Finding and Viewing Metadata
Viewing related items and graphs
Viewing related Items and graphs Related items From an items page you are able to view items that are related to the selected item. To view related items 1. Go to an item page 2. Select thetab 3. From here you can view the items that are related to ...
Compare different versions
Compare different versions of a metadata item From an item page, you have the ability to compare historical versions of content. To compare different versions of an item 1. Go to the items page 2. Select the tab 3. From here, you can compare any ...
Downloading Content Within the registry there are many places where you can download content, a few notable places include: from a search page, browsing content, an individual item page and from your Sandbox. Bulk downloading content You can bulk ...
Bulk Actions On pages where you can view lists of metadata items, you may also see the "Bulk Actions" button at the bottom of the page. Some notable places where you can perform Bulk Actions include: Your Sandbox, Favourites and Tags & the Search ...
Item page breakdown
What are the components of an item page? This is a basic item page for a Data Element Concept. The item pages will change depending on how much content has been put in for the item, and what type of item is being viewed. Item pages are broken up into ...
Browsing the registry
How to Browse for content in the Registry From your Dashboard, select 'Browse' in the Header bar. What you can Browse in the Registry - Metadata You can browse all the different types of Metadata content in the Registry that you have permission to ...
Searching for content
How to search for content in the registryThis is what a typical search page looks like, showing Data Elements. You can search for any content from here, and apply filter to help narrow your search results down. When searching for content, you are ...
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