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the Active Jobs panel displays ongoing background jobs.
Examples include jobs that load configuration files. Long-running jobs can be cancelled.
Canceling a job asks the application to abort an ongoing job and depends on a proper implementation of the application feature to honor the request.
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the PV List panel lists all active PVs,
their connection state and the reference count.
Some applications may need to prompt the user for credentials, e.g. when interacting with a protected remote service. One such example would be the electronic logbook.
Further, Phoebus may be configured to store the credentials entered by the user to avoid repeated prompts. In order to also support an explicit logout capability, the Credentials Management application offers means to remove stored credentials.
In some cases an explicit login procedure can be useful, e.g. login to service for the purpose of storing user credentials and thereby support automated creation of logbook entries.
The application is launched using the dedicated button in the (bottom) status bar.
The below screen shot shows an example where credentials have been stored for the “logbook” scope, plus an option to login to the “<remote service>” scope. User may also choose to “logout” from all scopes, i.e. to remove all stored credentials.
If no credentials are stored in the credentials store, and if no services supporting authentication have been configured, the Credentials Management UI will show a static message: