View Partitions List

The Data Inspector allows you to inspect partitions and partition data in two ways:

  • On the map: With the Map View panel, you can view only those partitions that can be decoded and/or visualized.

    Inspect partition data on the map
    Figure 1. Inspect partition data on the map
  • In the list: With the Partitions List panel, you can view a paginated list of any layer partitions, including those that can be neither decoded (no data schema bundled with the layer) nor visualized (no rendering plugin, generic partitions).

    Inspect partition data in the list
    Figure 2. Inspect partition data in the list

If a partition is decodable/visualizable, you can quickly display this partition on the map.

To switch between the Map View and the Partitions List, in the toolbar, click either or . Note that the button is disabled for those layers whose data cannot be decoded/visualized.

View Partition Information

Depending on the layer type, for every partition in the list, the following information is shown:

  • Partition ID (click to copy the ID)
  • Uncompressed partition size (versioned layers only)
  • Version of the catalog in which the partition was updated (versioned layers only)
  • Partition update date and time (versioned layers only)

With the menu, you can do the following:

  • Download raw partition data.
  • Download decoded partition data (if the valid schema is available).
  • Download GeoJSON data (translated with a valid rendering plugin).
  • Show the selected partition on the map.

Note that if a partition contains expired data, you cannot download it.

Search for Partitions

Due to performance considerations, the Partitions List panel shows a limited number of partitions - 100,000 for versioned layers and 10,000 for volatile layers. Nevertheless, you can still find any partition by its ID in the layer with no limitation.

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