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Identity Manager 8.0 - Web Designer Reference Guide

Web Designer Editor Web Designer Structures and Functions The Web Designer Object Model Working with the Web Designer Web Project Configuration Options Customizing the Web Portal Basics of Web Designer Programming Compiling and Debugging Monitoring Frequent Tasks in the Web Portal

Status

When you open the monitoring page, the contents of the Status tab are displayed. Different information about the web application status is shown.

It is also possible to put the web application into maintenance mode. If maintenance mode is enabled, the web server does not accept any new connections for the web application. An advice message is displayed to users that try to login.

You can update the web application, assuming new assembly files are stored in the database. If there are no new connections pending, the update can start immediately. Otherwise, updating can be delayed until there are no more active connections. This ensures that no one looses their session or any data they have entered.

The update functions of the monitor page do not depend on the settings made in the configuration file.

To put a web application into maintenance mode

  • Click Start maintenance mode on the Status tab.

    The web application does not accept any new connections. A warning page is shown when someone tries to connect.

To update the web application immediately

Note: This update only functions if there are no connections.

  • Click Update now on the Status tab.

    The web application is updated and the new assemblies are loaded from the database.

To update the web application at a later date

NOTE: The update can be delayed until there are no more active connections.

  • Click Update when all user sessions are closed on the Status tab.

    The web application is updated and the new assemblies are loaded from the database as soon as there are no more active connections.

Sessions

The Sessions tab shows information about every individual active session.

To display more details about individual sessions

  • Click the Details link next to the current session.

    You can see more detailed the information about the session listed under the session.

To end a session

  • Click Terminate this session below the current session.

Assemblies

The web application assembly files are listed on the Assemblies tab along with their respective assembly and file version. Authorized employees can quickly get an overview of the development status currently in use. Using different file versions in different environments or on different servers can sometimes make it difficult to identify the source of an error.

To search for assemblies

  • Enter part or the whole assembly file name you are looking for in the Search text field.

Log Files

The contents of the log files of a web application are shown in the Log Files tab. The path for the log files stored in the configuration file (NLog.config) is used for this.

NOTE: Configuration setting for logging messages are made in NLog.config by NLog. For an exact description and functionality of NLog, see the online help (http://nlog-project.org/).

To improve performance, the most recent 500 log entries are displayed as a maximum. The use is notified when this limit is reached. This restriction concerns only the transferred amount of data to the client.

If the search function is used on a form, all existing log entries are searched.

The Log files tag offers a number of filtering options, with which the content of the log files can be analyzed. The filtering options are the same as in the configuration tool. For example, if an expected entry is not listed on this page, this only means that a corresponding log entry was not written. For more information about log files, see the One Identity Manager Configuration Guide.

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