View Resources

   MaestroPreviously known as Transact Maestro.  |   Form Builder  |   v21.05 This feature was updated in v21.05.

Journey Maestro allows you to view the list of resources published to an asset, such as a form, component, template, and library.

To view the list of resources in an asset:

  1. Open a project in the Navigator pane and select an asset from the list of assets versions, for example, a library version.
  2. Double-click an asset version you wish to view resources of.
  3. Select the Resources tab to view a list of resources grouped by resource type, as shown below.
  4. View a list of resources in Maestro.

    The resource types are:

    • Images
    • Styles
    • Fonts
    • Scripts
    • Components
    • Templates
    • Languages
    • Shared Translations
    • Domain Models
  5. Click Delete Selected Resource to remove selected resources from the asset.
    Note

    Use Shift or Ctrl key to select multiple resources.  |  v21.05 This feature was introduced in v21.05.

  6. Click Publish Resource to another Library to publish selected resources into a library.
    Note

    Use Shift or Ctrl key to select multiple resources.  |  v21.05 This feature was introduced in v21.05.

  7. Click Export all Resources to export all resources in a ZIP file, which you can then import into another form or a project.
  8. Click Upload new Resource to add a new resource to the asset.  |  v21.05 This feature was introduced in v21.05. This is a fast and easy way to publish a resource, as opposed to the traditional way of adding a resource by uploading a new resource in the form when selecting the resource or alternatively using the form's export and import functionality..
  9. A resource must be of the several allowed types, otherwise a following error message is shown.

  10. Click Check All Resources to validate resources. To ensure resources you add to a library are correct and won't cause any run time errors when a form is rendered, you can validate the resources within a library. During this process, Maestro runs a set of validation scripts to ensure that all resources, for example, styles and scripts, have valid structure and syntax. If validation is successful, the following message is displayed.
Note

You can't open a release library, so if you don't have any user-created libraries, create one with the Create Library button.

You use the same steps above to view resources of forms, components, and templates.

Next, learn about library versions.