GoodData Extension Tool for Chrome

The GoodData Extension Tool is available only for the Google Chrome browser.

The GoodData Extension Tool for Chrome lets you access the technical resources (the gray pages, see Access the Gray Pages for a Project) with definitions of your workspaces (also known as "projects"). The Extension Tool and the gray pages linked from it are intended for developers and engineers familiar with the GoodData platform.

The Extension Tool allows you to:

  • Make changes to the underlying technical specifications of key workspace elements, such as the logical data model, reports, dashboards, and data load processes.
  • Access the interfaces for querying the workspace datastore, browsing workspace-specific storage, applying changes through MAQL, and managing data loading processes.
  • Browse the information from the log files presented in a user-friendly format.

Contents:

Main Features

The Extension Tool provides the following features:

  • The Toolbar displays options that are linked to various GoodData resources (see Toolbar).
  • The Overlay provides basic information about the current workspace (see Overlay).
  • The Metadata Tools allow you to access and browse the metadata (see Metadata Tools).
  • The Log Parser extracts and displays information from the Data Integration Console log files (see Execution Logs on Data Integration Console) in a user-friendly format (see Log Parser).
  • The Configuration allows you to modify the way how the Extension Tool behaves (see Configuration).

The Extension Tool allows you to make changes to one workspace at a time. If you need to apply changes across multiple workspaces, we recommend that you use the GoodData APIs (see API Reference).

How the Extension Tool Interacts with the GoodData Platform

The Extension Tool itself does not make any changes to the workspace. It only provides links to the resources and gathers information from the GoodData APIs with non-destructive calls.

The interfaces available through the Extension Tool provide technical access to all areas of a workspace including its metadata, the logical data model, and loaded datasets. No data validation is performed within these interfaces. Improper use may lead to damaging the workspace. In most cases, the changes cannot be undone.

Where possible, use the official GoodData tools such as the LDM Modeler (see Data Modeling in GoodData) or the GoodData Portal (see GoodData Portal) for interacting with your workspaces.

Before you execute any changes, verify that you have selected the correct workspace first. To do so, you can use the Overlay.

Install the Extension Tool

To download the Extension Tool, get it from the Chrome Web Store.

During the installation, the Extension Tool will ask for permissions to access the default GoodData hostname, https://secure.gooddata.com/. If you have a custom hostname on the GoodData platform, you have to manually enable the Extension Tool to access it.

Make the Extension Tool Icon Permanently Visible in the Toolbar

By default, all installed browser extensions are hidden from the toolbar and are accessible from the default extension icon. You can pin the Extension Tool icon to the browser toolbar to make it permanently visible.

Steps:

  1. Click the default extension icon in the browser toolbar, and then click the pin icon next to GoodData Extension Tool.

    The Extension Tool icon appears in the toolbar.
  2. (Optional) If you have multiple extensions pinned, re-order them by dragging and dropping the icons within the toolbar.

Enable the Extension Tool for Your Hostname

If you have a custom hostname on the GoodData platform (different from the default one, https://secure.gooddata.com/), the Extension Tool will be inactive after the installation, and its toolbar icon will be grayed out.

You have to manually enable the Extension Tool to be able to access your hostname.

Steps:

  1. Access your hostname from the Google Chrome browser, and log in.
  2. Click the Extension Tool icon in the browser toolbar.
    A popup dialog appears warning you that the Extension Tool is not enabled.

    If the Extension Tool identifies that your currently logged-in GoodData user is a domain administrator for the domain with your hostname, it associates the domain with this hostname and unlocks some domain administrator-only options (such as Life Cycle Management, see Managing Projects via Life Cycle Management). For more information about such options, see Add Custom Options to the Extension Tool Toolbar.

  3. Click Enable & reload.
    You are asked to grant the Extension Tool permissions to access your domain.

    Due to a known issue in the Google Chrome browser, the permission request popup might not appear after clicking Enable & reload if you have some Chrome windows minimized. This issue appears in Linux and macOS operating systems. If the permission request popup does not appear, open the minimized windows to display the popup.

  4. Approve the permission request.
    The page reloads. The Extension Tool icon becomes enabled. You can now use the Extension Tool on your domain.

Any time later, you can manually enable the Extension Tool for other hostnames (and the domains associated with those hostnames).

Configure the Extension Tool

While the default configuration of the Extension Tool covers main usage scenarios, consider adjusting the following configuration options for better usability:

Toolbar

The Toolbar displays options that are linked to various GoodData resources.

Most of the options open the gray pages. The gray pages are a form-based web interface that allows you to interact with the GoodData APIs, review technical definitions, and in some cases make changes to those definitions. For more information about the gray pages, see Access the Gray Pages for a Project.

To open the Toolbar, click the Extension Tool icon in the browser toolbar.

Some Toolbar options are:

  • Context-specific and depend on your current location within GoodData. Different options may become available depending on whether you are within a workspace, a metadata object, a report and so on.
  • Role-specific and are available only when you are accessing a workspace where you are a project administrator (see User Roles) or a domain administrator for the workspace's domain (see Add Custom Options to the Extension Tool Toolbar).

Opens the GoodData Portal (see GoodData Portal) and takes you to the currently selected dashboard (a pixel-perfect dashboard or a KPI Dashboard) for the workspace.

Use this icon to quickly return to the GoodData Portal from any gray page.

New

Opens the gray page where you can create a new workspace. To do so, you must have the authorization token. For more information, see Create a Project.

List

Opens the gray page that lists all the workspaces that you have access to.

Obj

This option is available only when you are viewing a particular object in the GoodData Portal (see GoodData Portal) or through the gray pages.

Opens the gray page for the metadata object such as:

  • KPI Dashboard
  • Insight
  • Pixel-perfect dashboard
  • Pixel-perfect report
  • Attribute, attribute label, fact, and metric
  • Folder

If you click this option while being in the gray page for a particular object, you will be redirected to the page within the GoodData Portal for this object. However, this option may not be available for some types of objects.

ObjEX

This option is available only when you are viewing a report, insight, or a metric object.

"EX" in the option name stands for "Explain".


  • For reports and insights, opens the gray page with a diagram depicting a tree of logical operations that describe how the currently selected report or insight is calculated.

    • Hover over an object ID to see the object name.
    • Click an object ID to open the gray page for this object.
  • For metrics, opens the gray page with a diagram depicting a tree of nested metrics where you can calculate a sample with intermediate results.

 You can use this option for debugging reports, insights, and metrics.

Proj

Opens the top-level gray page for the current workspace with basic workspace properties.

MD

Opens the gray page with links to the workspace metadata (metrics, reports, and dashboards that have been built in or imported into the workspace), the logical data model objects (datasets, facts, attributes, attribute labels), and other objects that have been created or referenced in the workspace.

Query

Opens the gray page with links to specific types of metadata in the workspace.

LDM

Opens the diagram with the logical data model (LDM) of the workspace that is generated within the GoodData Portal. This option is also available from the Manage page (see View a Project Model).

LDMWEB

Opens the logical data model of the workspace in the LDM Modeler (see Data Modeling in GoodData).

LDMLAB

Opens the logical data model of the workspace in an experimental interactive browser.

Mng

Opens the gray page where you can execute MAQL DDL commands to update the logical data model of the workspace (see MAQL DDL).

Valid

Opens the gray page where you can perform a technical validation of the workspace (see Validate a Project).

Exp

Opens the gray page where you can export the complete workspace. You can then import it into an empty workspace and get a clone of the exported workspace (see Clone a Project).

After the export process completes, copy the value of the generated token and save it for later. You are going to use it when importing the exported workspace into an empty workspace. To open the gray page for importing a workspace, use the Imp option.

You can import a complete workspace only into an empty workspace that does not contain any metadata.

ExpMD

Opens the gray page where you can export some metadata objects from the workspace. You can then import them into another workspace (see Migrate Selected Objects between Projects).

Objects are exported in a cascade. For example, if you are exporting a dashboard, all the reports and metrics used in that dashboard will also be exported.

After the export process completes, copy the value of the generated token and save it for later. You are going to use it when importing the exported metadata into another workspace. To open the gray page for importing metadata objects, use the ImpMD option.

Imp

Opens the gray page where you can import a complete workspace exported earlier (see Exp) into the current workspace. Your current workspace will become a clone of the exported workspace (see Clone a Project). To specify the exported workspace, use the token that was generated during the export.

Your current workspace must be empty and must not contain any metadata.

If your workspace has some metadata:

  • To make changes to the logical data model, use the LDM Modeler (see Update a Logical Data Model).
  • To add metrics, reports, or dashboards from another workspace, export those objects from that workspace (see ExpMD) and then import them into your workspace (see ImpMD).

ImpMD

Opens the gray page where you can import the metadata objects exported earlier (see ExpMD) into the current workspace. To specify the exported metadata objects, use the token that was generated during the export. For more information about exporting and importing metadata, see Migrate Selected Objects between Projects.

  • Keep the checkboxes as they are. Different modes are not supported.
  • The metadata objects exported from the source workspace overwrite the versions of those objects in the target workspace where they are being imported into.
    Objects are exported in a cascade. For example, if you are exporting a dashboard, all the reports and metrics used in that dashboard will also be exported.
  • The logical data model (or at least the part that is affected by the imported metadata objects) must be the same in both workspaces. Importing metadata objects into a workspace does not make any changes into the logical data model of this workspace. If you need to update the logical data model in the target workspace, do so before importing the metadata objects into this workspace using the LDM Modeler (see Update a Logical Data Model), API, Life Cycle Management tools (see Rollout Brick), or MAQL DDL.

OS

Opens the gray page where you can configure the Output Stage for Automated Data Distribution (ADD) v1 (see Use Automated Data Distribution).

This option works only for ADD v1 that enables you to upload data from the GoodData ADS (Data Warehouse; see Automated Data Distribution). This option does not work for ADD v2 for data warehouses such as Snowflake, Redshift, or BigQuery (see Automated Data Distribution v2 for Data Warehouses) or ADD v2 for object storage services (see Automated Data Distribution v2 for Object Storage Services).

ETL

Opens the gray page where you can review the data load processes deployed in the current workspace.

While this page allows you to deploy a new data load process to the workspace, we recommend that you rather do that from the Data Integration Console. To open the Data Integration Console, use the Sch option. For more information, see Deploy a Process with the Data Integration Console.

Sch

Opens the Data Integration Console where you can review the data load processes deployed in the current workspace and process schedules.

Here, you can deploy a new data load process to the workspace or schedule a deployed process. For more information, see Deploy a Process with the Data Integration Console and Scheduling a Process.

SchGP

Opens the gray page where you can review the schedules created for the data load processes deployed in the current workspace.

While this page allows you to create a new schedule for a deployed process, we recommend that you rather do that from the Data Integration Console. To open the Data Integration Console, use the Sch option. For more information, see Scheduling a Process.

i icon

Opens a popup dialog with the basic information about the current workspace. For more information, see Overlay.

+ icon

Opens a page that allows you to modify the way how the Extension Tool behaves. For more information, see Configuration.

? icon

Opens this help article.

Customized Options Added by a User

If you have added custom options to the Toolbar, they appear in the right part of the Toolbar.

Because the maximum width of the Toolbar is limited by the browser, the Extension Tool will try to automatically reduce the length of some custom option titles. For example, "Proj" may become "Prj", "MD" may be shortened to "M" (it depends on the number of custom options and the length of their titles). This is a visual change, and it does not impact the option behavior.

Overlay

The Overlay is a popup dialog that provides basic information about the current workspace.

To open the Overlay, click the i icon. To refresh the information in the Overlay, click the i icon again.

Information Provided by Overlay

The Overlay provides the following information about the workspace:

Some values may be displayed only when you are a project administrator in the current workspace.

  • [workspace_name] is the name of the current workspace.
  • [workspace_description] is the description of the workspace (if any is available).
  • Created is the approximate date when the workspace was created.
  • Updated is the approximate date when the workspace was last updated.
  • DB driver is the database engine the workspace runs on (can be Vertica for Vertica or Pg for PostgreSQL).
  • Timezone is the current time zone set in the workspace and used for date macros (see Referencing Floating Time Periods).
    To change the timezone, click the displayed timezone name. For more information, see Setting a Custom Time Zone for Your Project.
  • Last data load is the approximate date when data was last successfully loaded to any dataset in the workspace.
  • Last sched. ETL is the approximate date when the last scheduled data load process ran and the status of that execution. For more information about the statuses, see Schedule a Process on the Data Integration Console.
    To open the execution log file for this run (if it is available), click the status name.
  • Next sched. ETL is the approximate date when the next data load process is scheduled to run. If no process is scheduled to run, it shows the number of enabled scheduled processes out of the total number of scheduled processes.
  • Auth. Token is the authorization token used to create the workspace.

By default, the Overlay displays approximate dates (for example, "last month" or "2 weeks ago"). To see the exact time and date behind an approximate date, hover over this approximate date.

Session Expiration

The Overlay uses APIs to gather the information in the background. To do that, the Overlay uses an existing GoodData session because the Extension Tool does not use or store any credentials.

With the GoodData authentication mechanism, it might happen that the temporary token (see GoodData Token Types) expires, which happens in 10 minutes after your last action on the page, and the Overlay shows the "Unauthorized" message. If this happens, refresh the page (this will renew the temporary token), and open the Overlay again.

Metadata Tools

The Metadata Tools allow you to access and browse the metadata using the following methods:

  • Translation of object URIs
  • Right-click integration

Translation of Object URIs

Translation of object URIs allows you to retrieve additional information about an object based on its URI.

When on the gray page with an object's metadata where URIs to other objects (in the form of /gdc/md/{project_id}/obj/{object_id}) appear as links, hover over the URI of an object to display the type, title, and identifier of that object next to the URI.

When you select the object metadata JSON, this additional information will not be included in the selection to prevent JSON corruption. You can select it separately.

Right-click Integration

Right-click integration allows you to retrieve additional information about an object based on:

  • The object URI that appears as plain text and cannot be translated as described in Translation of Object URIs (/gdc/md/{project_id}/obj/{object_id})
    Object URIs appear as plain text in, for example, metric expressions or data permission expressions (see Data Permissions).
  • The object identifiers (such as aaZLL736hma6 or fact.product.unitpriceusd)
  • Attribute value IDs (/gdc/md/{project_id}/obj/{attribute_id}/elements?id={attribute_value_id})

By default, right-click integration is disabled. To enable it, see Enable Right-click Integration.

When on the gray page with an object's metadata where other metadata objects are mentioned, select the whole URI or identifier of an object (or the attribute value ID for an attribute value), right-click, and select Lookup Selection in GoodData. If the selected text contains a valid object in the current workspace, an overlay with details about this object is displayed.

Log Parser

Log files of scheduled process executions contain a lot of useful information. However, particular details about an execution may be hard to locate in an extensive log file. The Log Parser extracts and displays information from the Data Integration Console log files in a user-friendly format.

The Log Parser is automatically executed whenever your browser opens a log file in the GoodData platform.

By default, the Log Parser is enabled. If you have issues accessing log files with the Log Parser enabled (for example, parsing a long log file takes a long time), you can disable it for some or all types of log files.

  • To disable the Log Parser for a particular log file for the current session, append the log file URL with #no_parse.
  • To disable the Log Parser permanently for some or all types of log files, see Disable the Log Parser.

The Log Parser works with log files for the following components:

Overlay Panel

When a log file is accessed, the Extension Tool automatically scrolls to the end of the log file and adds the following overlay panel to the top right corner:

The overlay panel contains the following information:

  • The name of the process
  • How long the process has been running until now (based on the information from the log file)
  • The execution status (still running, finished successfully, failed)

Use the following controls to adjust the log file processing:

  • To refresh the log file to see how the process has progressed, click Reload.
  • To have the log file automatically refreshed every five minutes, select the checkbox next to Reload. The log file will be refreshed until the Extension Tool detects that the process has finished successfully or failed.

    You can configure the Extension Tool to display a desktop notification when a process finishes and the window with the log file is not in focus. You can also configure the Extension Tool to play a sound notification when a process finishes successfully or fails.

  • To show or hide individual log levels (DEBUG, INFO, WARN, ERROR), select and de-select the corresponding checkboxes.
    WatchDog is relevant only for CloudConnect graphs and corresponds to the WatchDog process in CloudConnect.
  • To reload the log file in its original form, without being parsed by the Extension Tool and including the information that the Extension Tool may have hidden as irrelevant (such as the internal process ID), click X.

Depending on the category of the accessed log file, the overlay panel may display additional information in two bottom sections.

Click a section to display detailed information. To expand the section, hover inside it.

ADD v1

For ADD v1 processes, the Log Parser provides additional information in the right bottom section.

When the section is collapsed, the following information is displayed:

  • The number of loaded datasets
  • The number of loaded records
  • Rough volume of loaded data

When the section is expanded, the datasets are listed with the following information about each of them:

  • 1: The icon indicates whether the x__client_id parameter was used when loading data to the dataset (see Use Automated Data Distribution).
    • id means that the x__client_id parameter was used and the data was loaded to the dataset based on the client ID.
    • all means that the x__client_id parameter was not used and all the source data was loaded to the dataset.
  • 2: The icon indicates what load mode was used when loading data to the dataset (see Automated Data Distribution and Delete Data from Datasets in Automated Data Distribution).
    • F means full mode.
    • I means incremental mode.
    • D means delete mode load.
    • N means no data was loaded.
  • 3: The section provides basic information about the dataset:
    • The dataset identifier
    • The number of rows extracted to be loaded to the dataset
    • Volume of data loaded to the dataset
    • Duration of the data extraction
  • 4: The bars represent a relative size of the dataset compared to the size of the largest dataset.
    • The red bar represents the relative size in terms of the number of rows.
    • The green bar represents the relative size in terms of data volume.

The last row shows the total time spent on loading all the extracted data to the workspace.

SQL Executor

For SQL Executor processes, the Log Parser provides additional information in the left bottom section.

When the section is collapsed, the following information is displayed:

  • The number of executed SQL scripts
  • The number of groups the SQL scripts were executed in

When the section is expanded, the SQL scripts are listed with the following information about each of them:

  • The group in which the script was executed
  • The name of the script
  • The relative time that the execution took to complete displayed on the timeline
  • The actual time that the execution took to complete
  • The relative time that the execution took to complete comparing to the other scripts

ADS Integrator and CSV Downloader

CSV Downloader and ADS Integrator support many configuration options. The Log Parser works with only a subset of those options.

For the most common configurations, the Log Parser displays:

  • For CSV Downloader processes - the names of processed manifests
  • For ADS Integrator processes - the list of processed entities and duration of the processing

CloudConnect Graphs

For CloudConnect graph processes, the Log Parser provides additional information in the both bottom sections.

  • The left bottom section shows the duration of CloudConnect phases.
  • The right bottom section shows volume of the data loaded to the datasets and duration of the data loading.

Configuration

The Configuration allows you to modify the way how the Extension Tool behaves.

Configure the Extension Tool

Steps:

  1. Open the page with the configuration options.
    Although the configuration page is styled like a GoodData gray page, any changes that you make there affect only the Extension Tool and do not affect your workspaces.
    • Click the + icon from the Toolbar.

         or
    • Right-click the Extension Tool icon in your browser, and select Options.
  2. Review the configuration options and adjust them as needed.
    For detailed information about what you can configure, see Configuration Options.
  3. When you are done with configuring the Extension Tool, click Save options.
  4. If you have any GoodData page open (the GoodData Portal or a gray page), refresh the page.

Configuration Options

Change the Default Icon

You can change the default Extension Tool icon that appears in your browser toolbar. You can select one the predefined icons or hide the icon from the browser toolbar completely.

To change the icon, locate the Default Icon section and choose an icon from the dropdown.

Set Up an Icon for a Specific Hostname

If you have more than one hostname you regularly work with, you can set up a different icon for up to five hostnames. This way, you can quickly distinguish which hostname you are in based on the Extension Tool icon. All other hostnames will use the default icon.

To set up an icon for a hostname, locate the Alternative Icon for host section, enter the hostname (you can specify either the exact hostname or a regular expression), and choose an icon from the dropdown.

Set Up an Icon for a Specific Workspace

If you have more than one workspace you regularly work with, you can set up a different icon for up to five workspaces. This way, you can quickly distinguish which workspace you are in based on the Extension Tool icon. All other workspaces will use the default icon.

To set up an icon for a workspace, locate the Alternative Icon for project section, enter the ID of the workspace (project ID), and choose an icon from the dropdown.

Add or Remove White-Labeled Hostnames and Domains

You can manually add or remove hostnames (and the domains associated with those hostnames) for which the Extension Tool is enabled.

  • To add a hostname/domain, locate the Whitelabeled hostnames (and GD domains) section, enter a hostname/domain, and click Add new. If the browser asks you to grant the permission, approve the request.
  • To remove a hostname/domain, locate the Whitelabeled hostnames (and GD domains) section, select the hostname/domain that you want to remove, and click Remove selected.

Enable Right-click Integration

Right-click integration is one of the methods of discovering an object's metadata used in the Metadata Tools.

By default, right-click integration is disabled. To enable it, locate the Enable permissions section, and click Grant next to Context Menus.

Enable Desktop Notifications for Execution Progress

When using the Log Parser to browse log files, you can configure the Extension Tool to display a desktop notification when a process finishes and the window with the log file is not in focus.

To enable desktop notifications, locate the Enable permissions section, and click Grant next to Desktop notifications. If the browser asks you to grant the permission, approve the request.

Enable Sound Notifications for Execution Status

When using the Log Parser to browse log files, you can configure the Extension Tool to play a sound notification when a process finishes successfully or fails.

To enable audio notifications, locate the Notification Sound Scheme section, and choose a sound scheme from the dropdown.

Disable the Log Parser

By default, the Log Parser is enabled. If you have issues accessing log files with the Log Parser enabled (for example, parsing a long log file takes a long time), you can disable it for some or all types of log files.

To disable the Log Parser, locate the ETL logs section, and select the checkboxes for those types of log files that you want to disable the Log Parser for.

Add Custom Options to the Extension Tool Toolbar

You can add up to five custom options to the Toolbar.

To add a custom option, locate the Magic buttons section, and use either or both methods of creating custom options:

  • Use the pre-defined shortcuts. To use a shortcut, click its link. The shortcut will populate the first empty slot.
    • Workspace-level shortcuts:
      • Validation is the same option as the Valid option.
      • Clone project opens an experimental visual tool for cloning workspaces.
      • ETL Params opens the gray page where you can review and manage workspace metadata items that are name-value pairs used for storing a data load process state.
      • Automated Data Distribution is the same option as the OS option.
      • Project Hierarchical Settings opens the gray page where you can review and modify platform settings on a workspace level (see Configure Various Features via Platform Settings).
    • Domain-level shortcuts (available only for a domain administrator):
  • Create an option from scratch. To do so, fill in the fields in an empty slot:
    • Title specifies the name of the option that appears in the Toolbar.
      Keep the name short to save the space.
    • Popup help specifies the tooltip that appears when you hover over the option title in the Toolbar.
    • Link specifies the URL behind the option.
      You can use the following placeholders that the Extension Tool will automatically replace with actual values:
      • ${SERVER} represents the current hostname.
      • ${PID} represents the ID of the current workspace. The link is enabled only in the context of a workspace.
      • ${OBJ} represents the ID of the current metadata object. The link is enabled only in the context of a metadata object.
      • ${DOMAIN} represents the current GoodData domain. The link is enabled only for the domain admin when the domain is associated with the hostname in the Extension Tool.

The maximum width of the Toolbar is limited by the browser. To keep all the content of the Toolbar visible without scrolling, the Extension Tool will try to automatically reduce the length of some option titles. For example, "Proj" may become "Prj", "MD" may be shortened to "M" (it depends on the number of custom options and the length of their titles). This is a visual change, and it does not impact the option behavior.

Disable the Quick Edit Feature on KPI Dashboards

If the feature of exploring insights directly from KPI Dashboards (see Edit KPI Dashboards) is disabled for you (that is, the enableExploreInsightsFromKD platform settings is set to false; see Configure Various Features via Platform Settings), the Extension Tool automatically enables the quick edit feature. This feature shows an edit icon when you hover over an insight on a KPI Dashboard in view mode. Clicking this icon opens this insight in Analytical Designer where you can edit it and save as a new insight.

If the quick edit feature is unwanted, you can disable it.

To do so, locate the KPI Dashboards improvements section, and select the Do NOT add functions to KPI dashboards checkbox.

If the feature of exploring insights directly from KPI Dashboards is enabled (that is, the enableExploreInsightsFromKD platform settings is set to true), the quick edit feature is treated as irrelevant and is not activated.

Export and Import the List of White-Labeled Hostnames and Domains

You can copy a JSON representation of the white-labeled hostnames and domains for which the Extension Tool is enabled, and re-use it on a different machine, in a different browser instance, or for a different GoodData user.

  • To export the list, locate the Whitelabeled hostnames (and GD domains) section, and copy the content of the Manual import/export hostname settings field.
  • To import the list, replace the content of the Manual import/export hostname settings field with the copied content, and click Import Hostnames

Export and Import the Configuration of the Extension Tool

You can copy a JSON representation of the whole configuration of the Extension Tool, and re-use it on a different machine, in a different browser instance, or for a different GoodData user.

  • To export the configuration, locate the Manual Options Import/Export section, and copy the content of the text field.
  • To import the configuration, replace the content of the text field with the copied content, and click Import options.
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