Help / WEBDEV administrator / Remote WEBDEV administrator
  • Overview
  • Maximum number of connections
  • Managing sessions/requests
  • Log file
  • Remote debugging
  • Miscellaneous
  • Finding expired pages
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Stored procedures
The server administrator can define the server parameters via the remote administration tool.
These parameters are organized in different categories in the "Configuration" tab of the remote WEBDEV administrator.
Maximum number of connections
The following options can be used to configure the connections:
  • Maximum number of connections to the server: Maximum number of simultaneous connections allowed for all the dynamic WEBDEV sites managed by the management tool (one connection = one Web user).
  • Maximum number of connections to a site or Webservice: Maximum number of simultaneous connections to each site managed with the management tool. This parameter will be automatically proposed when configuring a specific site ("By default" option).
  • Maximum number of connections per Web user: Maximum number of simultaneous connections to each one of the sites managed with the management tool, for a given user.
    If this parameter is set to zero, the user who tries to connect simultaneously to the same site will be automatically disconnected then reconnected.
    If this parameter is greater than zero, an error message will be automatically displayed after x simultaneous connections.
    This parameter will be automatically proposed when configuring a specific site ("By default" option).
Managing sessions/requests
The following parameters are used to manage sessions and requests:
  • Disconnect the inactive Web users since: Maximum connection time allowed without any action performed by the user. When this time is exceeded, the Web user is automatically disconnected and an error message is displayed. This parameter will be automatically proposed when configuring a specific site ("By default" option).
  • Maximum request duration: Maximum timeout allowed between the beginning of an action performed by the user (via a button or a link) and the display of a response. When this time is exceeded, an error page is displayed but the Web user is not disconnected.
  • Duration of AWP contexts: The files storing the AWP contexts on disk are regularly deleted by the Application Server. This setting is used to define the maximum lifespan of an AWP context. An AWP context consumes little disk space (unlike a session of a dynamic site that remains in memory), therefore the lifespan of the AWP contexts can be very long without creating problems if there is enough disk space.
  • Number of cached sessions: To speed up the initialization of dynamic WEBDEV sites, you have the ability to use cached sessions. These ones will be waiting until they are contacted by user requests. The number of cached sessions must be adjusted according to the memory available on your server. Each cached session will use 3 MB of memory to be initialized.
Log file
The WEBDEV Application Server can generate a global file for logging the accesses to the different sites and Webservices installed.
This file is intended to be exploited:
  • via WDStatistics.
  • by the statistical module of the remote WEBDEV administrator.
Remote debugging
This section of configuration parameters is used to enable or disable the ability to debug a WEBDEV site remotely.
To debug a site remotely, you must have the project corresponding to the site. However, for security reasons, we do not advise you to enable the remote debugging on a production server, except if a debugging session is required.
Linux Remark: This feature is not available if the application server is running Linux.
The other features are:
  • Prevent users for modifying their password in the remote administrator: if this box is checked, only the server administrator will be able to change user passwords, either using the remote WEBDEV administrator or the WEBDEV Account Manager.
  • Disable the email spooler: if this box is checked, the emails sent by the WLanguage functions from a WEBDEV site (dynamic site or AWP site) will be directly sent to the SMTP server. If the box is not checked, the Application Server activates a spooler that sends emails in the background so as not to slow down the site.
    Linux Remark: The email spooler is not available in Linux.
  • Allow the server sockets: For security reasons, the WEBDEV sites are not allowed to create sockets (by using SocketCreate). This feature can be re-enabled via this check box.
Remark: In most cases, creating sockets in the server code of an application is not recommended. This feature is available only for the special cases that use it (authentication protocols that use some bidirectional socket openings for example).
Finding expired pages
The parameters found in the "Searching for the expired pages" section are used to configure:
  • the frequency with which the Application Server will search for the expired pages in the deployed sites
  • the SMTP server that will be used to notify the site managers.
For more details, see: Validity period of site pages.
Minimum version required
  • Version 7
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Last update: 09/07/2023

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