By default, the page opens when you click the Projects module. It gives you the list of the existing projects and enables you to delete them and create new ones.
Click a project to open it and access its:
|The project settings are accessible from each of these pages by clicking Project settings in the right-hand corner of the pages.|
- What is an environment variable?
An environment variable is a dynamic value that can be referenced in jobs, limiting the need to modify job execution code every time the value of the variable changes.
Environment variables are listed with some basic information, such as name, description, and application level.
Environment variables can be created at the platform or project level—indicated by the label
Project respectively— allowing you to manage and limit the access and use according to your needs.
Therefore, this means that you will find two Environment Variables pages:
In the Projects module: At this level, the Environment Variables page allows you to access, create, and edit only the global environment variables, that is, environment variables defined for all projects on the platform.
To access this page click Projects > Environment Variables.
In a project: At this level, the Environment Variables page gives you access to the environment variables defined for the selected project but also to the global environment variables. However, you can only create and edit environment variables for the project.
For more information, see the Environment Variables page of a project.
To view the information of an environment variable, click it. A panel opens with the information that you can also edit.