This tab has the following components:
Client message store ID Enter the unique ID that identifies the client message store. The client message store ID is a MobiLink remote ID. See -id option.
Agent window should be Choose whether the Agent window should be visible, hidden, or minimized. The default is Visible.
Incremental upload size Type a value, in kilobytes, that determines the size of each upload part. When this option is specified, uploads are sent to MobiLink in one or more parts. When the option is not set, uploads are sent as a single unit. The value of this option specifies, very approximately, the size of each upload part. You cannot use this option with scripted upload or transactional upload. See Increment (inc) extended option.
Limit incremental downloads to the following size: Select and type a value, in kilobytes, that determines the size of each download part. When this option is specified, downloads are sent to the database server in one or more parts. When the option is not set, downloads are sent as a single unit. The value of this option specifies, very approximately, the size of each download part. See -idl option.
Policy Select the policy type used to determine when to send and receive messages. This field corresponds to the QAnywhere Agent utility (qaagent) -policy option. See -policy option.
The policy can be one of the following values:
Automatic Select this option to send and receive messages when one of the events described below occurs. This option is the default.
See Automatic policy.
Scheduled Select this option to send and receive messages at a specified interval. The default is 900 seconds (15 minutes). See Scheduled policy.
On demand Select this option to only transmit messages when the QAnywhere client application makes the appropriate method call. See On demand policy.
Custom Select this option and specify a client transmission rules file. The transmission rules file can indicate a more complicated set of rules to determine when messages are transmitted. See Custom policy.
Rules file Specify the name of the rules file you want to use, or click Browse to locate the file.
Edit Rules Click Edit Rules to edit the selected rules file. This button is only available if a rules file is specified.
New Rules Click New Rules to create a new rules file.
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