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Expand your use of Admin Studio (8.3)

Updated on May 3, 2021

You can now take advantage of a variety of usability improvements in Admin Studio. 

  • You can configure operators to have read-only access to Admin Studio by using the new access group SysOpsObserver, and you can grant full access by using the new access group SysOpsAdministrator. 
  • You can find the Java archive from which a particular Java class was loaded by using a Java class lookup utility.
  • You can view the list of requestors for the operator who is logged on to Admin Studio.  For more information, see Managing requestors.
  • You can display system node type in the logs.  For more information, see Displaying node type in the log.

There is also a section on the Admin Studio overview page where, if your environment uses Predictive Diagnostic Cloud (PDC), a link to PDC is shown by default.

The image below shows the utility where you enter the name of a Java class to find the related Java archive file.

Java class lookup utility
Java class lookup utility


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