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Servoy Application Server

How do I setup Servoy Application Server to startup automatically on Windows?

When you run the Serovy installer, there is an option to check labeld "Service"  Make sure that box is checked when you install Serovy on your server.  Once installed, navigate to the install directory, and into the services subfolder.  Inside of that folder is a .bat file.  Double-click to run the service installer.  Next open the Services area in your Administrator Tools on your Windows Server, and you will see a Servoy Application Server service.  Set it to start automatically.

How can I change the session/license timeout on Web Client?

These settings are loced in {servoy_install}/server/conf/web.xml

Find the area in the file that looks like below, and modify the session-timeout, then restart the server:

<!-- ==================== Default Session Configuration ================= -->

  <!-- You can set the default session timeout (in minutes) for all newly   -->

How do I enable SSL for my Servoy connections?

1) Create a Certificate Signing Request (CSR) using keytool. Enter the command:

keytool -genkey -alias sslkey -keyalg RSA -keystore servoy.ks -validity 360

NOTE: keytool is a commandline tool that ships with your Java SDK

NOTE: you can make the alias (sslkey) whatever you want

NOTE: you can call the keystore file (servoy.ks) whatever you want

NOTE: you can make the validity (in days) whatever you want

a) Enter a keystore password (whatever you want)

How do I enable HTTPS on Servoy Webclient for SSL for port 443?

Open the config file at {servoy_install}/server/conf/server.xml

Add a connector port with the code below:

<Connector port="8443" 

How do I setup Sybase to startup automatically on a Ma

1. Download Armadillo to create startup items

http://www.macupdate.com/info.php/id/17385/armadillo

2. In Armadillo, enter in the correct commands in the start and stop service methods. If you are unsure, use the code below:

----------

#!/bin/sh

##

# Sybase Database Server

#

. /etc/rc.common

StartService ()

{

# Log a console message

ConsoleMessage "Starting SybaseServer"

# Start something

#

cd /Applications/Servoy;

How do I setup Servoy Application Server to startup automatically on Linux?

Each Linux distribution is slightly different. This example should work on Debian, but should be easily modified for other linux distributions.

Name this file 'servoy' and place it in '/etc/init.d'. So, you should have '/etc/init.d/servoy'.

 

#!/bin/sh

# /etc/init.d/servoy

#

# Carry out specific functions when asked to by the system

case "$1" in

start)

cd /home/Servoy

/home/Servoy/servoy_server.sh &

;;

stop)

echo "Stopping Servoy Server, but realy doing nothing"

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