WebConfig - Token Allocations
The Manage Allocation button will only be visible when the current license is the Token edition and allows the user to control how tokens are consumed to enable Pro Feature functionality.
Click on the Allocate Tokens button to access the Manage Allocations screen.
The Manage Allocations screen is broken up into 4 sections, a Summary of tokens, Explicit Allocations, Web Access Allocations, and Token Usage.
The token summary lists the following:
Total - The total number of tokens based on the active license/s.
Explicit - The number of explicit token allocations. These refer to tokens which have been allocated to enable specific features on the server.
Shared - The number of shared tokens which are available. Shared tokens are consumed when users access features such as WebEA. When logging out the token is returned to the shared token pool.
This section allows you to enable Integration Plugins for your Pro Cloud Server. Enabling integration with a specific product (e.g. Jira) consumes one token.
Shared for Web Access
WebEA, Prolaborate and OSLC users consume a single token with every logon. For most environments these allocations can be left with their default values (0 reserved and no maximum). In this case all users are accessing a single shared pool of tokens, regardless of what type of access (WebEA, Prolaborate or OSLC) they require. Alternatively, each user type can define a number of tokens that are reserved (I.e. can only be used by that type of access) as well as a maximum number.
Note: a Max Allowed value of 0 implies that users are NOT allowed, ie if WebEA's Max Allowed value was set to 0, the Pro Cloud Server would deny all WebEA user requests to logon.
Note: a empty value for Max Allowed implies there is no limit on the number of users, although the total number of users is still limited to the number of available tokens.
Click the heading to expand this section. The Token Usage section displays a more detailed break down of the token allocations, including how many tokens are currently in use.