Ruleset Options - Teradata Viewpoint

Teradata Viewpoint User Guide

Teradata Viewpoint
Release Number
June 2017
English (United States)
Last Update
Product Category
Analytical Ecosystem

The Workload Designer view shows individual rulesets and specific options for each ruleset based on the permissions assigned to your role and the section in which the ruleset is located.

The Working section contains rulesets on the Viewpoint server that are editable. Any ruleset listed in Working can also be listed in Ready and Active.
Option Description
Make Ready Copies the ruleset to the Teradata server and to the Ready section.
Make Active Makes the ruleset the active ruleset on the Teradata server. Copies the ruleset to the Ready and Active sections.
View/Edit Opens the ruleset for viewing and editing.
Show All Lists all ruleset attributes on one page.
Lock Locks the ruleset so only the lock creator can edit the ruleset.
Unlock Unlocks the ruleset so others can edit the ruleset.
Clone Creates a copy of the ruleset. This option is useful if you want to use an existing ruleset as a base or template to create a ruleset.
Export Exports the ruleset as an XML file. Use with the Import button to copy a ruleset from one system to another.
Delete Removes the ruleset from the Working section.
The Ready section lists rulesets saved to the Teradata server. Authorized users can create a ruleset and add it to the Ready section. Then, from the Ready section, you can select Copy to Working Rulesets and edit the ruleset.
Option Description
Activate Makes the ruleset the active ruleset on the Teradata server.
Copy to Working Rulesets Copies the ruleset to the Working section.
Delete Removes the ruleset from the Teradata server.
The Active section contains the active ruleset on the Teradata server. If you have permission, the only available option is to Deactivate the current ruleset. In SLES 11, the deactivate option is not available because there must always be an active ruleset.