To add a repository to one of the available servers:
Specify a name for the repository when prompted and click Create.
The repository name cannot:
Choose a repository and click Delete to permanently delete a repository and all of its data
There are several methods for populating your repository with sets of data. See Working with Data Sets.
Exporting a repository creates a snapshot of the data repository. You can download the snapshot if you want to, for example, save a backup of the current state of the repository (see Downloading a Repository). You can also import the repository to other servers (see Importing a Repository).
An export task will be created and shown in the Tasks tab. When the export is complete, you can download the repository file or import it into other servers.
You can download a copy of your data repository if, for example, you want a local backup or want to distribute the data to other systems. Click on a repository to expand it and click Download.
You can import data from an exported repository to an existing repository (see Exporting a Repository).
An import task will be created and shown in the Tasks tab.
You can upload a repository file that you previously downloaded if, for example, you want to restore the repository or create a duplicate.
The file will then be added to the list of repository exports. From there, it can be imported as described in Importing a Repository.