Trillo Workbench UI Screenshots

This document provides a high level view of all artifacts and concepts for building an application using Trillo Workbench. This is explained using the Trillo Workbench UI (console).

Main Navigation

The main navigation of the Trillo Workbench UI is shown below. Clicking on an item navigates to selection. You can navigate to other items by expanding main navigation by clicking on left most hamburger icon in the header.

Document Manager

This navigates to the Trillo Doc AI product. It is discussed in the following document.

File Manager

This navigates to the Trillo File Manager product. It is discussed in the following document.

Data Browser

Using it, a user can view database tables (and edit if the admin permits it). It provides a powerful grid with access control (RBAC). It is used for maintaining master tables for a warehouse (such as currency conversion). Software engineers use it for testing.

Data Source

This is used for entering database schema (data model) or importing metadata of an existing database.


The ‘Property’ tab shows the following table details:
  • Display Name
  • Schema Name
  • Table Visibility
  • Description


These are all the attributes/fields of the respective table. You can add/update/delete any attribute of/from the table using the Trillo Workbench UI.


The ‘JSON’ tab can be used to display and save the table attributes in JSON format. It replicates the ‘Attributes’ tab, but in purely JSON format.

Access Control

This section of the Trillo Workbench UI helps enforce access control mainly Table level and Record level rules.


All the database, schema and tables operations are published as APIs. Using this API tab, any of the APIs can be exercised and tested.


This is used for creating and executing complex SQL queries. These queries can be published as APIs.


This contains all the query details as shown in the above screenshot.


Complex SQL queries can be published as APIs

Metadata Files

Domain metadata is used for writing configurable applications.These files include details such as parameters, settings, or properties relevant to the application's behavior and can be accessed by a function using API


This module helps implement business behavior using serverless functions. It can perform a specific task running inside Trillo microservice and eliminate the use for CI/CD and DevOps.


Schedulers are used to run a workflow at a desired time and at a scheduled interval within a security context. It can be achieved using Cron Jobs within the Trillo Workbench UI

API Playground

This module provides the UI for exercising various APIs within the Trillo Workbench

Task History

This shows a list of tasks that have been completed, along with their start date, duration, status, and other relevant information. Features like Task Status provide a quick visual indication of the status of each task (e.g., completed, failed, or in progress)

Audit Logs

The Audit log provides a comprehensive and informative view of the execution of a specific task.



API Credentials

Service Authorization

Public Keys

UI Customization



Team Members

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