You can set server properties in Sybase Central or with a server management request. In all cases, the server properties are stored in the database. See:
ianywhere.qa.server.autoRulesEvaluationPeriod 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).
ianywhere.qa.compressionLevel The default amount of compression applied to each message received by a QAnywhere connector. The compression is an integer between 0 and 9, with 0 being no compression and 9 being the most compression. The default is 0.
If you also set the compression level for a connector in the connector properties file, this setting is overridden for that connector. See Configuring JMS connector properties.
Replaced by Sybase Central.
A list of one or more files that specify the configuration of QAnywhere connectors to an external message system such as JMS. The default is no connectors.
ianywhere.qa.server.disableNotifications Set this to true to disable notification from the server about pending messages. This disables the processing on the server that is required to initiate notifications to clients when messages are waiting on the server for those clients. Set to true in any setup where notifications cannot be sent from the server, such as when firewall restrictions make notifications impossible. The default is false.
ianywhere.qa.server.logLevel The logging level of the messaging. The property value may be one of 1, 2, 3, or 4. 1 indicates that only message errors are logged. 2 additionally causes warnings to be logged. 3 additionally causes informational messages to be logged. 4 additionally causes more verbose informational messages to be logged, including details about each QAnywhere message that is transmitted with the MobiLink server. The default is 2.
These logging messages are output to the MobiLink server messages window. If the mlsrv11 -o or -ot option was specified, the messages are output to the MobiLink server message log file.
|M||month in year||July|
|d||day in month||10|
|H||hour in day, a value between 0 and 23||0|
|k||hour in day, a value between 1 and 24||24|
|K||hour in AM/PM, a value between 0 and 11||0|
|h||hour in AM/PM, a value between 1 and 12||12|
|m||minute in hour||30|
|s||second in minute||55|
Replaced by Sybase Central.
A file used to specify rules for governing the transmission and persistence of messages. By default, there are no filters for messages, and messages are deleted when the final status of the message has been transmitted to the message originator.
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