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On every screen of Artifactory, you can click the Help menu to display a list of help topics relevant for the current screen. Selecting any of the help topics opens a new browser tab displaying the corresponding Artifactory documentation.
Set Me Up
Artifactory's Set Me Up feature provides you with the commands you can use to deploy and resolve artifacts to and from specific repositories. Simply select any item in the Tree Browser or Simple Browser and click Set Me Up.
Regardless of what was selected when you pop up this dialog, you can select a Tool and a specific Repository (the list of repositories displayed corresponds to the tool you selected), and Artifactory will provide the relevant commands according to your selection.
Inserting User Credentials
Every Set Me Up dialog includes an "Insert Credentials" button. When pressed, Artifactory will prompt you for your password and will then replace generic credential placeholders used in code snippets with your own corresponding credentials.
This means that you may now copy the code snippets and use them "as is". For example, for the Set Me Up screen displayed above, clicking "Insert Credentials" will replace the
<API_KEY> placeholder with your API Key as displayed below.
To undo the change, click "Remove Credentials".
Inserted user data is not persistent
Once you close the Set Me Up dialog, any user data that was inserted is removed. To insert user data into code snippets, you need to invoke it each time you display a Set Me Up dialog.
To facilitate easy navigation through its UI, Artifactory offers the following set of keyboard shortcuts:
|Ctrl/Cmd + Alt + B||Display the Build Browser in the Build module|
|Ctrl/Cmd + Alt + R||Display the Artifact Repository Browser in the Artifacts module|
|Ctrl/Cmd + Alt + N||Create a new item (where relevant). For example, when viewing the list of local repositories, Ctrl/Cmd + Alt + N will pop up a dialog to create a new one.|
|Ctrl/Cmd + Alt + >||Open the Admin module menu. Once in the menu, you can browse through items using the up/down arrow keys or the tab key.|
|Ctrl/Cmd + Alt + <||Close the Admin module menu.|