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WebConfig - Home Screen

The Pro Cloud Server Configuration 'Home' page has three sections - 'Server Summary', 'Tasks' and 'Model Connections'.

Server Summary

The 'Server Summary' section provides information regarding the current server, including server name, version, license and port configurations.

Field

Description

See also

Server Name

The Server Name which is being used to access the Pro Cloud Server. Note, in this case 'localhost' would refer to the machine which hosts WebConfig.

Version

The version number of the Pro Cloud Server that the WebConfig is accessing.

Pro Models

The number of models that currently have Pro Features enabled.

WebConfig - Edit Model Connection

License

The edition of the Pro Cloud Server (based on the license). If no license has been added then an 'Add' link will be displayed here (which will take you to the 'Pro Cloud Server Licenses' screen').

WebConfig - Pro Cloud Server Licenses

Expiry

The expiry date of the Pro Cloud Server License.

Licensed to

The name of the company to which the Pro Cloud Server is licensed.

Licensee

The email address associated with this license, this being the email address that was provided when the License Request was created.

WebConfig - New License Request

Model Ports

Lists Ports that are currently defined for use by Model Connections.

WebConfig - Add or Edit a Port

Tasks

The tasks section provides links to perform various tasks. The options available can vary depending on the type of license.

Button

Description

See also

Server Settings

Provides options to configure the Pro Cloud Server (log level, password, and Cloud Server License), and displays additional server information (log settings, and paths to relevant configuration files and directories).

WebConfig - Server Settings

Configure Ports

View and configure Ports that the Pro Cloud Server will use for accessing models.

WebConfig - Add or Edit a Port

Configure Integration

Configure the Integration Server and Integration Providers, and bind Integration Providers with Pro Models Connections.

Note: This is only available when using the Team Server or Enterprise edition of the Pro Cloud Server. When using the Token edition, this option can be enabled by adjusting the Token Allocations.

WebConfig - Add or Edit an Integration Data Provider

Manage EA Licenses

Manage floating licenses for Enterprise Architect (and Enterprise Architect Add-Ins).

Note: This option is only available when using the Team Server or Enterprise edition of the Pro Cloud Server; it is not available when using the Token edition.

WebConfig - Manage EA Floating Licenses

View Logs

Navigates to the 'View Logs' page, which lists the Cloud Server log files. On the 'View Logs' page, click on the 'View Log' icon in the 'Actions' column to view the contents of the log file.

Model Connections

Lists the model connections defined for the Cloud Server. The list includes this information.

Item

Description

See also

Model Status

To the left of the 'Name / Alias' field is a status icon. Red indicates that the connection has not been enabled (via the 'Enable Access' option), meaning this connection cannot currently be used. Green indicates that the model connection is enabled.

Name / Alias

This field displays the name or alias of the model connection. When connecting to a Cloud model via Enterprise Architect, this name or alias should be entered in the 'Model Name' field.

Pro

This field indicates whether Pro features are enabled for this model connection. Pro features include the ability to access the model connection via WebEA, and the ability to use Integration Plug-ins (for Confluence or Jira, for example). A green tick indicates that Pro features are enabled, while a blank field indicates they are not.

An alert icon indicates that the 'Pro Features' option was enabled, but Pro Features are not currently enabled/accessible for the model connection. For example, this could occur if Pro Features were enabled but the Pro Cloud License has expired. When the alert icon is displayed, check the icon's tooltip for more information.

Database Type

Displays the database type of the model (such as Firebird or SQL Server).

Read Only

Indicates whether this connection provides read-only access to the model.

Require HTTPS

Indicates that the model connection can only be accessed via the HTTPS protocol (via a Port that is also configured to use the HTTPS protocol).

Actions

Provides icons to perform these actions:

  • Edit - Edit the model connection settings
  • Delete - Delete the model connection
WebConfig - Edit Model Connection

Add a Connection

The list always contains, at the bottom, an option to add a new connection.

WebConfig - Adding a Model Connection

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