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Administering OpenEdge Management and OpenEdge Explorer : Updating configuration options
 

Updating configuration options

You can use OpenEdge Management or OpenEdge Explorer to update configuration options.You can update options that are set during the initial setup process. You can also set other configuration options and develop a better understanding of which options work best for your environment.
From the management console menu bar, click Options. If you have OpenEdge Management installed, the Options page appears.
Depending on whether you are working with OpenEdge Management, OpenEdge Explorer, or both, you can make modifications in one or more of the areas described in the following table.
Table 3. Configuration option availability
Option
Description
Applicable in OpenEdge Management
Applicable in OpenEdge Explorer
Authorized Users
Enables you to manage user accounts and to customize the operator role
Yes
Yes
User Preferences
Enables you to set the rate (if any) at which OpenEdge Management automatically refreshes
Yes
No
Remote AdminServers
Enables you to add and remove remote AdminServers
Yes
Yes
General
Enables you to manage the OpenEdge Management startup configuration and the actions to perform for OpenEdge Management internal alerts
Yes
Yes
Trend Database
Enables you to configure the trend database
Yes
No
Web Server Configuration
Enables you to configure the Web server HTTP and HTTPS settings. You can also set the login session timeout value.
Yes
Yes
Email alerts
Provides the SMTP host name and port along with the e-mail address of the default recipient for e-mail notification when an alert is generated. You can also configure SMTP settings, such as user name and password.
Yes
No
Resource Monitoring
Enables you to manage whether to automatically poll resources, generate alerts, collect trend data, and include status changes
Yes
No
Graph Cache
Enables you to set the time period for collecting graph cache samples on selected resources and AdminServers
Yes
No
Database Administration Console
Enables you to set the batch size for the database administration console
Yes
Yes
Process Pooling
Maintains several instances of _progress running persistently. As an alternative to using the built-in process pooling, you can configure process pooling to use an AppServer.
Yes
Yes
Resource Monitor Defaults
Enables you to set default polling attributes for resource functions
Yes
No
Resource Property Distribution
Enables you to bulk copy resource properties to selected target resources
Yes
No
SNMP Adapter
(If installed) enables you to start or stop the SNMP Agent. You can also set SNMP adapter settings, such as SNMP agent port and default SNMP trap port.
Yes
No
By choosing to use the HTTPS protocol for secure browser-to-instance or instance-to-instance communications, you can set trend database and Web server configuration settings. See Setting Up Secure Communications for details about using the secure protocol.