Access the General landing page from Dev Studio by clicking.
Use the General page to access the Requestors tab, the Available Applications tab, and the System Runtime Context tab. To update system information, use the System & nodes page in Admin Studio.
The Requestors tab identifies the requestor types in this system, with the following columns. Select a requestor type to open its rule form.
|Requestor type||Key of a Data-Admin-Requestor instance.|
|Description||Short description of a Data-Admin-Requestor instance.|
|Access group||Access group associated with this requestor type. Click the access group name to open its form.|
Available Applications tab
This report lists the application rules in your system. To open the application rule for an application in the list, click the version number in the Version column listed for that application.
|Name||First key part of an application rule.|
|Version||Second key part of an application rule. Click to open the application rule.|
|Description||Short description of the application.|
|Ruleset||RuleSet associated with the application. This setting is made on the Advanced tab of the application rule form. When the Export tab exports the RuleSet, the application rule is included in the export process. Click the RuleSet name to open its form.|
|Updated on||Date and time of most recent update.|
|Updated by||Operator ID who completed the most recent update. Click the name to open its Operator ID form.|
System Runtime Context
The System Runtime Context keeps the context that the system uses to resolve and run queue processors and job schedulers. You can use this page to view and manage the list of applications and list of roles, and to view the rulesets that are resolved by the system.
For information about adding an application to the System Runtime Context, see Automating the runtime context management of background processes. Only select the
Disable automatic updates button if you encounter issues when
managing the System Runtime Context. This button prevents the System Runtime Context
from updating automatically, and requires you to manage the System Runtime Context
Only select the Disable automatic updates button if you encounter issues when managing the System Runtime Context. This button prevents the System Runtime Context from updating automatically, and requires you to manage the System Runtime Context manually.
To delete an application from the System Runtime Context, click the Delete icon next to an application.
To reorder applications, click and drag an application to its new position in the list of applications.
To set the authorization context when running a job scheduler activity and the context of the activity is designated as Run in System Runtime Context, click +Add role and enter the access role. For more information, see Creating a job scheduler rule.