The following table lists the available configuration options, acceptable values, and descriptions of the settings in the File-n set of properties found in the SAP Control Center. These settings are also those found in the [File-n] section of the Agentry.ini file.
When adding such a section the n portion of the section name must match the ID of the corresponding NT File System connection definition in the application. If no such system connection exists, the settings in this section will not affect the behavior of the Server or the application.
|Configuration Setting||Acceptable Values||Description|
|enableAuthentication||Boolean value of “true” or “false.” Default: false||This value specifies whether or not users are authenticated against the host system for this system connection. At least one system connection within the application must perform user authentication.|
|enablePreviousUserAuthentication||Boolean value of “true” or “false.” Default: false||This value specifies whether or not previous users are authenticated against the host system for this system connection. This authentication occurs when a user change occurs on the Client. If allowPreviousUserLogin is false, this setting has no affect.|
|userDomain||Text value of a configured user domain.||This setting can contain the domain under which all users will be logged into the host system|
|tempPath||Valid full path.||This setting specifies the location where temporary files produced by the Server for file system processing are stored. This is normally the batch files defined within the application. If this option is null or not listed in the section the configured Windows temporary folder is used.|
|allowPreviousUserLogin||Boolean value of “true” or “false.” Default: true||This setting controls whether or not previous users are logged into the file system when a user change occurs on the Client. If not logged in, no file system connection processing defined in the application is performed for the previous user.|
|name||Text value.||This setting can contain any text value used to identify the system connection in log files and other areas. This should be set to a unique value especially when working with multiple system connections.|
|debug||Boolean value of “true” or “false.” Default: see description.||This option controls whether or not log file information is generated by the Server for the system connection. The defaults for this option are false for development servers and true for production servers.|