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Configuring Multi-tenancy
Managing multi-tenant databases : Viewing multi-tenant database areas, domains, schemas, tenants, and groups : Viewing and filtering tenant partitions : Viewing partitions
 
Viewing partitions
To view details about a tenant's partitions, choose a tenant from the Tenant name list, and click Edit tenant in the Manage Tenant section of the Tenant home page. From the tenant details, click Partitions; the partition details appear by default in one or more area panels. The predefined pink color coding indicates that the allocation state for the partitions is Not allocated.
(For details about what different predefined colors represent, see Interpreting the color legend.)
To switch from the area panels layout to a grid view, click the view grid icon on the top right corner. The partitions details appear.
From the grid view, you can sort by ascending or descending alphabetical order in each of the following columns: Partition Name, Area, Allocation State, object Type, or Buffer Pool. You can also choose to hide any of the columns you do not want to view, or move the order of the columns. (If you cannot see the entire grid, adjust the width of the columns in the grid. You can also adjust the width of the other columns in the management console.)
To change the order of items in any column, select the column name and click the drop-down arrow that appears. From the menu, select the sort order as well as which columns to include in the grid, as shown in the following figure.
To see details (in either layout) about the database schema from the Partitions view, expand the schema items as necessary; or select one of the partitions in the grid. The properties for the database object appear in the Properties pane.
The Properties pane allows you to focus on details for one particular object by identifying the object's name, type, the area where the object resides, buffer pool (primary or alternate), and the allocation state. (For more information about allocation state, see Allocating tenant partitions.)