Spaces are managed in the Management Console on the Spaces page.
The Spaces page lists space name, space type, space owner, description of the space, and the space creation date. Use this page for deleting a space, changing the owner, editing the space, and creating a new space.
The following are the space types:
- Personal spaces: In personal spaces, only the owner can edit apps, that is, you cannot co-develop in personal spaces. You can share apps outside your space, but only for viewing.
- Shared spaces: Shared spaces allow for easy co-development of apps within a closed group of users. What actions you can perform with an app in a space is determined by permissions and your license. With a professional license you can create a shared space in the hub. You can then add new members to your shared space and assign them permissions.
- Managed spaces: Managed spaces enable governed access to apps. Managed spaces are restricted to members. Permissions are assigned to members when they are added to a managed space. Permissions define what members can access in a space. Apps that you develop in a personal or shared space can be published to a managed space. Only space owners and target app consumers can open apps in a managed space. Other users can open apps if they have viewing permissions. Managed spaces can only be created by tenant administrators.
With expanded apps and dedicated capacity you can work with larger apps. You can assign expanded apps or dedicated capacity to spaces when you create or edit spaces.
Assigning expanded apps or dedicated capacity to a space
Do the following:
In the respective windows for creating a new space and editing an existing one, select Expanded apps or Dedicated capacity.
When you hover over the info sign, you see the names of the engines, those for general purposes and those for reloads. However, if it is the first time engines are provisioned, the information will be 'No engines'.
- Click Create/Save.
In a similar manner to when you activate expanded apps or dedicated capacity, deactivation will take time before the switch from the dedicated engines to others is completed. Started sessions are retained to avoid unexpected closures. It is required that apps are closed on all engines for the switch to be completed.
For more information, see Expanded apps and dedicated capacity .