A Relay Server configuration file is used to define both a Relay Server farm and the back-end server farms connecting to the Relay Server farm. The Relay Server configuration file is divided into sections:
Each section starts with a section tag. A section tag is formed by enclosing a keyword that identifies the section name in square brackets. For example, [relay_server] denotes the start of the Relay Server section.
The section tag is followed by several lines defining various properties related to the section being defined. A property
is defined by specifying the property name on the left-hand side of an equal sign and its value on the right-hand side of
the equal sign. For example,
property name = value. All section and property names are case insensitive. Comments are marked with pound sign (#) character at the beginning
of a line.
The configuration file should contain only 7-bit ASCII characters. The sections can be specified in any order.
Relay Server configuration files can be created, imported and deployed using the Relay Server plug-in for Sybase Central. See Relay Server plug-in for Sybase Central.
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