Server Overrides

Note: Server definitions are used in LF-ONE only to specify default values in the tagged deployment server. 


The X_RUN exceptional arguments may be used to override the parameters used on the X_RUN command started on the server system:

By default, the following client X_RUN parameter values are passed to (and inherited by) the X_RUN command started on the server system: LANG=, PART=, DEVE=, DBID=, DBII=, DBUT=, DBIT=, DBUS=, PSWD=, USER=, PSPW=, CMTH=, CDLL=, TPTH=, RPTH=, DATF=, XAFP=, PRTR=, HSKC=, ODBI=, TASK=, PPTH=, INIT=, TERM=, ITRO=, ITRL=, ITRM= and ITRC=.

All other X_RUN parameter values on the server system are defaulted (on the server  system) in the usual manner (i.e.: from a profile file, from system environment settings, etc). Refer to the definition of the X_RUN command for details of all parameter values and the methods by which they can be specified and defaulted.

You may override any server X_RUN parameter (via the X_RUN exceptional argument value) except for CMTH=, CDLL=, PROC=, MODE=, PART=, LANG=, DBUG=, DEVE=, DATF=, XAFP=, USER= and PSPW=. These X_RUN arguments are unconditionally inherited from the client system.

Override parameters may be given a specific value, or the special value *SERVER, which indicates that the server default should be used. As an example, a Windows client using DBII=*NONE might connect to a Windows Server running SQL Server. If, by default, Windows uses the database type SQLANYWHERE, DBUT needs to be overridden. The X_RUN exceptional argument value could be set to either DBUT=MSSQLS or DBUT=*SERVER.

This property is in the Server Details tab.