Toolbox

The Squirro Toolbox provides a number of command line utilities that are useful in working with Squirro.

Table of Contents

Installation

The Toolbox can be installed into a Python environment on Microsoft Windows, Mac OS, or Linux. For installation instructions, see:

Introduction

The installation documents for the individual platforms also contain instructions on how to use the toolbox. If you are not familiar with using the command line on your system, please refer to this document:

Tools

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    Bulk Exporter — The bulk exporter can extract the content of a Squirro project and export it to a CSV file.
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    Data Loader — This tool is used to load data from multiple sources into Squirro. If you would like to watch any of our detailed video tutorials on data loading and on how to develop data loader plugins, you can jump over to learn.squirro.com and have a look.

    Below, you will find various documentation that supports the topic - Data Loader.  It is included in the Toolbox (version 2.3.2 and newer), which is available in the /wiki/spaces/DOWN/overview space.

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    squirro_asset Command Line Reference — The squirro_asset tool can be used to manage all Squirro code artefacts called custom assets. Assets are Pipelets, Custom Widgets, and Custom Dashboard Loaders.
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    squirro_widget Command Line Reference — The squirro_widget comand line tool, part of the Toolbox, is used to manage custom widgets on a Squirro cluster. Starting with Squirro release 2.4.5 you can use the squirro_asset tool to upload and list custom widgets consistently with other types of custom code "assets".