Master Components List UI

2 minute readReferenceAutomation

How to get here :

One of these ways:

  • From the Home page (https://<cloudbees-flow-server>/flow/):

    1. Click the Applications launch pad to open the Applications List.

    2. Click the Master components tab.

  • Click the Main menu button, and then click Applications > Master Components.

This is a Master Components List:


Breadcrumb identifying the object you are viewing and the total number of master components.




It shows the list of available master components. The default is to show the master components for all projects.

If you want to see only the master components for a specific project , click the down arrow in the All projects field to select one or more projects one of these ways:

  • Click on the name of one or more projects.

  • Enter the search criteria in the Search field. The projects that match the criteria appear in the list.

You can also search for one or more master components by entering the search criteria in the Search field next to the All projects field. If there are no matches, a message appears stating that there are no master components in the selected projects.


Name of the master component.


Name of the project to which the master component belongs.


Date and time when the master component was created.


Number of applications dependent on this master component reference.


Number of component processes for the master component.


Hide or show the applications that reference the master component.


Click the Menu button to open the context menu. You can get more details about the master component:

  • Details —The name and description of the object.

  • DSL Export –Click this to quickly and easily generate and export a DSL script from the CloudBees CD/RO UI.

  • Add Process –Add a component process. The Component Process dialog box opens.

    A master component can have one or more component processes.

  • Parameters —The parameters defined for the master component.

  • Properties —The properties in the object.

  • Access Control —The access control configuration in the automation platform for the object.

  • Track Changes —The change history of the object.

  • Delete –Delete this object.


Applications that reference the master component. This allows you to perform quick impact analysis to understand which applications would be impacted if a referenced master component is changed.


Clicking the i button shows information about the element.

This shows the description of the master component.


Clicking on the down arrow next to number of component processes (number 9 above) shows the list of processes for this master component.