You create a new workspace or edit an existing workspace by using the Edit Workspace page.
Open the Workspaces page using one of the following methods:
From the Deploy UI: browse to
https://<cloudbees-flow-server>/flow/, and then from the main menu, click Administration > Workspaces.
From the Automation Platform UI: browse to
https://<cloudbees-flow-server>/commander/, and then from the main menu, click Administration > Cloud > Workspaces.
If you are creating a new workspace, open the Edit Workspace page using one of the following methods:
From the Deploy UI: click New Workspace.
From the Automation Platform UI: click Create Workspace.
If you are editing an existing workspace, click the workspace name to open the Edit Workspace page.
Complete or update the fields or menus as follows:
Field Name Description
Enter a unique name to distinguish this workspace from other workspace names.
(Optional) Plain text or HTML description for this object. If using HTML, you must surround your text with
<html> … </html>tags. Allowable HTML tags are
For example, the following HTML:
<p> <span style="font-family: Arial;"> <i>Note:</i> For more information about the <b>abc</b> object, see <a href="https://www.google.com/">\https://www.google.com</a>. </span> </p>
renders as follows:
_Note:_ For more information about the *abc* object, see \https://www.google.com.
Enter three paths to use on resources to access the workspace root directory:
A path in UNC notation (such as
//server/ec/a/b/c) to use on Windows machines. The path can use either slashes or backslashes for separators.
A second path for Windows machines, based on drive notation such as
N:/b/c. If the drive path contains more than just a drive letter, additional directory names must match the trailing directories of the UNC path. For example, if the UNC path is
N:/b/ccan be used as the drive path (agents automatically map
N:/x/cis not allowed.
The path to use for UNIX machines, typically based on an NFS mount. You must ensure appropriate mounts were created on all machines where the path will be used. CloudBees Flow does NOT automatically mount filesystems for UNIX.
If the workspace will be used only on UNIX machines, you can omit the UNC and drive paths. Conversely, if the workspace will be used only on Windows machines, you can omit the UNIX path. For more information, see the Workspaces and Disk Space Management Help topic.
Use the drop-down arrow to select a zone for this workspace.
Select this checkbox if the workspace is "local", which means files in the local workspace are accessible only from the resource that originally created the file.
"Check" this box to enable this workspace. When this box is checked, the workspace is enabled, which means it can be accessed. In the case where a job or job step cannot access the workspace, the job will "queue", waiting for the workspace to become available.
Credential Project and Credential Name
If you need to enter a user name and password to mount the workspace, you must enter the credential project name and then choose the appropriate credential name, which contains the required user name and password. Click the Browse link to select information for these fields.
Click OK to save your changes.
For more workspace information, see Workspace and Disk Space Management .