Login and User Management

User Log-in/out

Element Description
HostURL Specifies a graph database with format <hostname>:<port>, provided by the system administrator.
Username Generated and provided by the system administrator.
Password Generated and provided by the system administrator.

See below figure for an example:


The Logout function is within Settings module at the bottom of sidebar:

User Management

To create user accounts, manage user authentications and reset user password, go to Auths module in the sidebar:


Click '+' at the top right corner of User List to create new user:

Username and Password

Rules for username:

  • Start with letters [a-zA-Z]
  • Only includes underscore (_), numbers [0-9] or letters [a-zA-Z]
  • Length between [2, 32] ASCII characters

Rules for password:

  • Length between [6, 64] ASCII characters

Privileges and Polices

A user can have access to one or multiple graphsets, and his privileges for each of these graphsets can be different.

Choose a graphset at a time and select privileges; repeat until all the granted graphsets are set:

Diagram: Choose graphset

Note: the asterisk (*) in the above graphset list means 'all the graphsets'.

Diagram: Select privileges for the chosen graphset

Continue to choose system privileges and policies for the user if applicable.

Note: an existing user can be edited; process of editting a user is similar with creating a user.

Policy Management

The policy mentioned in the previous process is a combination of graph privileges, system privileges and sub-policies. The purpose of policy is to better classify and manage users with different roles.

Policies are listed after the User List. Click the '+' at the top right corner of Policy List to create new policy:


Rules for policy name:

  • Start with letters [a-zA-Z]
  • Only includes underscore (_), numbers [0-9] or letters [a-zA-Z]
  • Length between [2, 32] ASCII characters

Refer to previous introduction for selecting graphset privileges, system privileges and sub-policies of a policy.

Note: an existing policy can be edited; processing of editting a policy is similar with creating a policy.