The Web App provides a convenient way to interact with the Grai server, allowing you to view you data lineage, connect to data sources, and capture updates.
To install the Web App locally follow the instructions in quickstart.
To get started you will need a username and password. You should contact your administrator for a workspace invite..
If you installed Grai locally you should use the superuser you configured during installation. By default this will be
If you have forgotten your password, follow the link to reset it. This will only work on a local installation if you have setup emails.
Invited to a workspace but can't see any information? You may need to switch workspaces. From the profile menu (top right) choose Change Workspace.
It is likely that when you login there will be no information in your database. To get started we will connect your first data source and run an update to populate the database, this can then be repeated for each data source you wish to connect to Grai.
Go to Connections
Click Add Connection
Choose the Connector type from the list of supported data sources
Enter a namespace,
defaultis a good option if you don't know what to put here
Enter a name for your Connection
Enter the remaining required fields for the Connection
Save the Connection
Press Refresh on the Connection and wait for it to run
If the run errors you should be able to see the errors by clicking on the status or the table row.
- Go to the Graph or Tables page to see your data
It is easy to share access to the Grai Web App, so that the whole team can understand your data lineage.
If installed locally, you need to have setup emails to invite users through the Web App.
Go to Settings under the Profile Menu
Go to the Users page
Click Invite User
Enter the email address of the person you would like to invite
They will receive an email inviting them to join your Workspace