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Web Client User Guide

Need technical information? Read the 'What is the Web Client?' user guide

In this article, you will learn how to use the Nodinite Web Client.

Web Client Start Page
Web Client user interface.

End-users must have an HTML5 compatible Client Browser to use the Web Client.

graph LR subgraph "Consumers" roBrowser[fab:fa-chrome Chrome
fab:fa-firefox Firefox
fab:fa-edge edge
fab:fa-safari Safari] end subgraph "Web Server" roWebClient(fal:fa-globe Web Client) ---roWebAPI(fal:fa-cloud-sun Web API) roBrowser ---roWebClient end

You can not use Internet Explorer with Nodinite 5.3 or later.


The Web Client provides thousands of functions, which are documented on many pages. The Web Client user interface offers the following data items:

  • General Information
  • Sidebar Menu Items with links to available features.
    • Page and modals with the selected feature

On the Web Client's left side, the console panels have tiles with child tiles representing different types of artifacts/entities that you can view and manage.

When you select a tile in the console, the details pane on the right side of the Web Client displays information about the items.

The Nodinite Web Client has Role-based security, and the available features look different for different Users, depending on their Role-membership.

General Information

The Web Client has the following informational elements (from left to right, top to bottom):

Sidebar Menu

To facilitate navigating the Nodinite Web Client, there is a sidebar menu with multiple display options.

graph TD subgraph "Web Client User Interface" roDash(fal:fa-tachometer-alt Dashboard
Metrics & statistics) roLog(fal:fa-hdd Log Views
Events & messages) roMV(fal:fa-display Monitor Views
State & Actions) roRep(fal:fa-sitemap Repository
Documentation) roAdmin(fal:fa-gears Administration
Manage Nodinite) end

The actual content for a non-administrator depends on applied permissions.

What is User guide Add or Manage
Log Views Add or manage Log View
Monitor Views Add or manage Monitor View
Repository Model Repository Overview
Custom Metadata
Custom Fields
Add or manage Integration
Add or manage System
Add or manage Service
Add or manage Endpoint
Add or manage Message Type
Windows AD Groups - Overview
Add or manage Role
Add or manage User
Windows AD Groups

At the bottom of the sidebar menu there is button to help you change the size and behaviour of the sidebar menu.

  • Hidden - This option gives you a full-screen experience working with the Web Client.
  • Small - This option gives you a small sized sidebar menu.
  • Large - This option keeps the sidebar menu large as long as you do not enter mobile mode (small screen).
  • Auto (default) - This option automatically changes the size of the sidebar menu according to the screen size.

This setting is stored in a browser cookie with a one year expiration.

Sidebar menu size options
Use the 'Sidebar settings' to adjust the size of the sidebar menu.*

Below is an example of a Log View in full-screen mode (i.e the sidebar is hidden):
Full screen mode

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What is the Web Client?