You can apply a filter to both the Tree Browser and the Simple Browser, either by clicking the search icon, or just typing out the filter expression while on the browser.
By repository name: To filter by repository name, just type the name you want to filter by
By package type: To only display repositories for a particular package type, type pkg:<package type>. For example, typing
pkg:docker will filter out any repositories that are not Docker repositories
By repository type: To only display particular repository types, type repo:<repository type>. For example, typing
repo:local will filter out any repositories that are not local repositories. The options are local, cached, remote and virtual.
Selecting any item in the Tree or Simple browser displays tabs which provide information regarding the metadata associated with the selected item:
Info: General Information including download statistics such as the total number of downloads, time stamp of last download and the last user who downloaded.
Xray: Indicates if, and when the last time the selected artifact was indexed by JFrog Xray, as well as the Top Severity reported for the selected item and when the reporting alert was last updated.
Dependency Declaration: For Maven artifacts, this section provides code snippets for common build tools' dependency declaration
Virtual Repository Associations: Indicates which virtual repositories "contain" the selected artifact.
Checksums displays SHA1 and MD5 checksums automatically; SHA2 checksum are calculated on demand.
The permissions (Delete/Overwrite, Deploy/Cache, Annotate, Read) that each user or group regarding the selected item. Permissions for groups are as specifically assigned to them. Permissions for individual users are the union of permissions specifically assigned as well as those inherited by virtue of the user being included in groups.
|The list of properties annotating the selected item.|
|The list of users watching this item.|
|The list of builds that either produce or use the selected item.|
|Information on the selected item retrieved from Black Duck Code Center.|
|XML and POM files also display a tab through which you can view the file contents.|
Artifactory remote browsing capabilities let you navigate the contents of the remote repository even if the artifacts have not been cached locally.
To enable remote browsing, you need to set the List Remote Folder Items checkbox in the remote repository configuration. Once this is set you can navigate that repository using the Simple or List Browser.
In the Simple Browser, an item that is not cached is indicated by an icon on its right when you hover over the item. In the List Browser, an item that is not cached is indicated by an arrow.
Artifactory provides a trash can as an easy way to recover items that have been inadvertently deleted from local repositories.
The trash can can be enabled or disabled in the Trash Can Settings by an Artifactory administrator.
When enabled, the trash can is displayed at the bottom of the Artifact Repository Browser and it holds all artifacts or repository paths that have been deleted from local repositories for the period of time specified in the Retention Period field.
Right-click on an item in the trash can gives you the option to Refresh, Restore it to its original location, or Delete permanently.
Right-click on the trash can icon gives you the option to Refresh the whole trash can, Search Trash for specific items, or Empty Trash which means that all items in the trash can will be permanently deleted.
Click the pin icon to pin the trash can so it remains visible even if you scroll the tree.
Artifactory fully supports browsing with WebDAV. For full details please refer to Using WebDAV.