By default, the page opens when you click a repository in the platforms’ repository library.
|For more information about the platforms’ repository library, see Repositories Page.|
The first part of the page (1) provides general information about the repository, such as the name and type of the repository, the creation date and creator, the URL or the name of the
.zip file, and information about the last update.
The second part of the page (2) provides information about the available technologies in the repository, such as the name, type, and contexts of the technology.
Click a technology in the list to open a side panel and display more details about each context, such as the name, status, last update, and the Docker image if it’s an embedded job technology or the available features and connection type if it’s an external job technology.
|Some external job technologies don’t have all the features. In the Features list, you can see which ones are available, indicated by a check mark.|
The page provides a timeline of the repository’s activities.
You can see the different steps your repository has gone through, who initiated the action, how many times it was updated and when.
You can view the details of each update by clicking Details. This shows which technologies have been updated and what the changes are, whether it’s a job, external job, or an app technology, and the contexts that have been changed.
The possible update statuses for the updated technologies or contexts are as follows:
The History page also allows you to revert your last update to the previous one.