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While browsing MarkLogic connections in the Data Source Explorer view, the various nodes include the following contextual menu actions:
Connection Level Nodes
Configure Database Sources
Opens the Data Sources preferences page where you can configure both data sources and connections.
Disconnect
Stops the connection.
Refresh
Performs a refresh on the selected node.
Find/Replace in Files
Opens the Find/Replace in Files dialog box that allows you to find and replace text in multiple files from the connection.
Container Level Nodes
Enable Debug Mode
Switches the server to a debugging mode. For more information, see MarkLogic debugging sessions.
Use it to Execute Queries
The server will be used to process XQuery expressions against it.
Refresh
Performs a refresh on the selected node.
Module or Folder Level Nodes
Export
Allows you to export the folder on the remote connection to a local folder.
Refresh
Performs a refresh on the selected node.
Requests Level Nodes
Refresh
Performs a refresh on the selected node.
Cancel all requests
Cancels all queries that are either running or stopped on the application server. You can use this action to clean up the entire Requests container at the end of your sessions.
Resource Level Nodes
Open
Opens the selected resource in the editor.
Open in System Application
When you use this action, Oxygen XML Editor downloads the selected resource to a local temporary folder and opens the selected resource in the system application that is currently set as the default application associated with that type of resource. You can then edit the resource, save it, and when you switch the focus back to the Data Source Explorer view, Oxygen XML Editor will detect that there was a change and will ask if you want to upload the edited resource to the server.
Copy location
Allows you to copy (to the clipboard) an application-specific URL for the resource that can then be used for various actions, such as opening or transforming the resources.
Refresh
Performs a refresh on the selected node.
Compare
Compares two selected resources using the Compare Files tool.