Clicking the button opens an editor where you can edit your collection in JSON format.
You can see an example of such a file on the right.
First you declare the name of a group, afterwards, under “paths”, the FSI Server paths that should be added to the group need to be listed as an array.
You can add source connectors, but you can also add folders on a deeper level, like “catalogs/customer-b/”.
Please note: in order to display the correct amount, avoid duplications in a group. For example, adding “catalogs” and “catalogs/customer-b/” to the same group would lead to a false calculation, since the folder catalogs/customer-b/would be added twice to the calculation.
You can optionally add sub-groups to each group befor you add the paths.
The Indent Icon formats the JSON data, while the Line Icon removes all white spaces. The Wrench Icon fixes the JSON data by fixing quotes and escape characters and removing comments.
With the selector Code/Tree you can switch the appearance of the editor between normal code editor view and a tree view.
Click Save to saves your changes to the collection and display the result immediately.
Please note that the JSON source for the collection is the same for each period of time.