The second tab in the Manage tool is for the Pipelines interface. This interface can be used to inspect the different Sitecore pipelines and associated processors. When selecting a pipeline in the top section on the interface, the associated processors are loaded in the bottom section showing which order they are executed. Also, if we right click in the processors section it will open the context menu where we have the option to "Create Pipeline Processor" to insert an already defined custom processor.
The third tab in the Manage tool is for the Commands interface. With the Commands interface we can see all of the Sitecore commands and their associated type and assembly.
Right clicking on one of the commands will open the context menu where we can jump to the definition of the command or as seen below, "Search for Usages." The Search for Usages option will open the Query Analyzer with a query of the core and master databases where the command is actually in use.
The third tab in the Manage tool is the Temp Files interface. This interface shows us all the temporary files currently on the file system for this Sitecore instance. The interface shows us the location, size and the last modified date of the temporary files.
Right clicking on one of the temporary items will open the context menu where we have several options to clean out temporary files. The options we have are the following:
As we have seen today, the Sitecore Rocks Manage tool has several interfaces for working with Sitecore pipelines, commands and temporary files from Visual Studio.
Stay tuned for more Sitecore Rocks features tomorrow!