The WebAdmin Interface provides the Real-Time Application Environment Editor pages to manage Server-wide, Cluster-wide, and Domain Application Environments.
To manage the Server-wide and Cluster-wide Environments, open the Users realm of the WebAdmin Interface, and click the PBX link.
To manage the Domain Environment, open that Domain page in the Users realm of the WebAdmin Interface, and click the PBX link. The Domain Administrator should have the CanModifyPBXApps Access Right to be able to create and modify the Domain Application Environment.
The Environment Editor page contains the list of all files "visible" in this Environment: it lists files directly uploaded to this particular Environment, as well as all files uploaded to the Environments used as the "default files" source for this Environment:
Files directly uploaded to the Environment have a checkbox in the Marker column. Files from the other Environments "visible" in this Environment have the word default in that column.
You can download any of the Environment files by clicking the file name.
You can upload a file to the Environment by clicking the Browse button and selecting a file on your workstation, then clicking the Upload button.
You can delete any of the files uploaded to the Environment by selecting the checkboxes and clicking the Delete Marked button.
If you are uploading a file with the .sppr or the .sppi extension, the Editor assumes that the file contain some CG/PL program code, and it tries to compile that code. If you are uploading a file with the .settings extension, the Editor assumes that the file contain a dictionary, and it tries to parse it. If the compiler or the parser detects an error, the file is not uploaded, and the file content is displayed on the Editor page, with the red <--ERROR--> marker indicating the location of the error.
The Server places used Real-Time Environment files into an internal cache. When you upload a file to any Environment, that Environment cache is automatically cleared. If you upload a file to a Shared Domain Environment or to the Cluster-wide Environment, the updated file automatically propagates to all Cluster Members.
You can upload a set of files by uploading a TAR-archive (a file with .tar name extension). For example, when you have a TAR-archive with a predesigned Real-Time Application you can open the Environment you want to modify, and upload the .tar file. The Server will unpack the archive and store each file individually, as if they were uploaded one-by-one.
The Editor page contains the list of all Language directories:
To create a new Variant, enter the language name, and click the Create Language button.