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WebConfig - Server Settings

The 'Server Settings' page provides various options and information regarding the Pro Cloud Server Configuration.

Server Settings



See also

Default Max Queries

Model connections can specify the maximum number of requests that can be serviced concurrently. This setting determines the default 'Max Simultaneous Queries' when defining a new model connection.

Default: 10

Logging Level

Click on the drop-down arrow and select the level of information to be written to the log file. The valid options are:

  • OFF - No logging is performed
  • FATAL - Only fatal errors are logged
  • WARNING - Warnings are logged
  • INFO - Information messages that provide general advice on what actions are occurring
  • SYSTEM  - More detailed messages
  • DEBUG - (new in PCS v4.1) Normally only used to help debug potential issues
  • TRACE - (new in PCS v4.1) The most detailed level of logging

Log Levels are cumulative; for example, the INFO level includes all messages of type FATAL, WARNING and INFO.

Private App

Added in Pro Cloud Server v5.0.

When this value is checked the Pro Cloud Server does not include its Application Name, Version or Author on the HTML page returned to clients when its URL (e.g. http://localhost/:1804) is opened.

Default Value:  Unchecked

Manage PCS Licenses

Navigates to the 'Pro Cloud Server Licenses' screen, which allows you to add or remove Pro Cloud Licenses.

Change Password

Allows you to change the password for accessing the Cloud Configuration (or set a password if one has not already been set).

Changing or setting a password will also log you out of the Cloud Configuration, returning you to the login screen.

Export Config

Use this option to export the Pro Cloud Server settings to a file ('pcsconfig.pcscfg'). This includes the Server Settings, Model Connections, Port and Integration settings. This is particularly useful when moving the Pro Cloud Server Installation to a different server, or setting up multiple servers with similar configurations.

The exported file can be imported via the 'Import Config' option in the Pro Cloud Configuration Client Windows application. See the 'Extended Server Properties' topic for details.

Extended Server Properties

Client White List

Added in Pro Cloud Server v4.1.

Default Values: and ::1

The White List table shows the list of client machine IP numbers that are allowed to log onto the Configuration Clients and maintain the Pro Cloud Server's settings.

When a client attempts to connect to a Configuration Client the request will contain the client's IP number, whether it presents as IPv4 or IPv6 depends on a number of factors (like the connection method, the type of client application, the client's operating system etc) however Sparx Systems would recommend that for each authorized user both their IPv4 and IPv6 numbers should be defined in the white list.

Use the 'Add an IP Address' button, and the Delete button in the Action column to maintain the client IP numbers.


- An empty White List will allow all clients without any restrictions.

- If you are accessing WebConfig on the machine which hosts the WebConfig website and using 'localhost' in the URL then the browser will typically provide the Pro Cloud Server with an IP of or ::1

More Info

The 'More Info' section contains a number of read-only fields providing information regarding the Cloud Server Configuration.

Log File Count

The number of log files that should be retained. All logging is written to files named 'SparxCloudServicesLog-X.log' where X represents the file number.

File 'SSProCloudServerLog-1.log' is always the current file. When the maximum file size is reached, all existing files are renamed by incrementing the file number and a new 'SSProCloudServerLog-1.log' created.

Log File Size (bytes)

The maximum file size of each log file. When the file reaches this maximum, a new file is created.

Log Audit Time Period (sec)

The number of seconds between audit reports.

Log Directory

The directory into which the log files are saved.

Floating License Keystore

The full path of the Floating License Keystore file.

Floating License Group Config

The full path of the Floating License Keystore group configuration file.

Cloud Installation Directory

The directory into which the Cloud Server is installed.

Temp Directory

The Cloud Server Temp directory.

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