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Grid Manager provides an easy-to-use interface that simplifies core network services management. Its navigational tools enable you to quickly move through the application and retrieve the information you need. You can customize different elements in your workspace, and hide and display panels as you need them. It also provides different types of Help, so you can immediately access the information you need to complete your tasks.
Figure 1.3 illustrates the typical layout of Grid Manager. It identifies common elements of the interface and features that you can use:

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Figure 1.3 Grid Manager Interface

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  • Use SHIFT+click to select multiple contiguous rows.
  • Use CTRL+click to select multiple non-contiguous rows.
  • Click the check box in the table header to select all rows on a page, as shown in Figure 1.4.

When you click the select all check box in a table that contains multiple pages, only the rows on the current page are selected. Grid Manager displays a message that indicates the total number of selected rows on the page. You can click Select all objects in the dataset to select all rows in the entire table. When you select all rows in the table, Grid Manager displays a message to indicate that. You can then click Clear Selection to deselect the rows.
After you select all rows on a page, you can deselect a specific row by clearing the check box of the row. You can also click a row (not the check box) in the table to select the item and deselect the others.
In a table, when you select all the objects for deletion, the objects that are not deleted from the database remain in the table after the operation is completed.

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Figure 1.4 Select All in a Table 

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  1. From any panel that supports inline editing, double click the row of data that you want to modify. The appliance displays the inline editing editor in the selected row, as shown in Figure 1.5.
  2. Depending on the data type, enter the new data in the field or select an item from the drop-down list. Note that some fields are read-only.
  3. Click Save to save the changes, or click Cancel to discard them.

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