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Server Store property sheet: Server Properties tab


The Server Properties tab of the Server Store property sheet has the following components:

Rules evaluation period (ms)    Sets the time in milliseconds between evaluations of rules, including message transmission and persistence rules. Since, typically, rules are evaluated dynamically as messages are transmitted to the server store, the rule evaluation period is only for rules that are timing-sensitive. The default value is 60000 (one minute).

This corresponds to the ianywhere.qa.server.autoRulesEvaluationPeriod server property.

Schedule date format    Sets the date format used for server-side transmission rules. By default, the date format is yyyy-MM-dd.

Schedule time format    Sets the time format used for server-side transmission rules. By default, the time format is HH:mm:ss.

This corresponds to the ianywhere.qa.server.scheduleTimeFormat server property.

Management request address    Sets the agent portion of the address to which to send server management requests. If this property is not set, this value is ianywhere.server.

Server password    Click to set the password for authenticating server management requests. If this property is not set, the password is QAnywhere.

This corresponds to the ianywhere.qa.server.password.e server property.

Logging level    Sets the logging level of the messaging. Move the slider from top (high) to bottom (low) to set the error logging level.

Compression level    Configures the amount of compression applied to each message received by a QAnywhere connector. Click Enable Compression and move the slider from left (low) to right (high) to set the level of compression. The compression is an integer between 0 and 9, with 0 being no compression and 9 being the most compression. The default is 0.

This corresponds to the ianywhere.qa.compressionLevel server property. See Server properties.

Restore Defaults    Click Restore Defaults to return the preferences on this tab to their default values.

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