Enter the URL to be called when the user selects the 'Home' button in LANSA functions.
By default, this parameter is set to '/' pointing to the default home page of the Web Server.
Post Data Size Limit
Use this option to limit the amount of posted data to be accepted by the Web Server. HTTP POST requests with posted data exceeding the limit will be rejected.
You can enter the limit either as a number of bytes or a number suffixed with one of the following units: KB (1,000 bytes), KiB (2^10 = 1024 bytes), MB (1,000,000 bytes) or MiB (2^20 = 1048576 bytes).
Explicitly discard excess data when over size limit
Enabling this option will send error pages for rejected requests to the browser once all posted data has been received. This will make sure the browser receives the error pages properly but it does impose overheads to deal with the excessive volume of posted data.
Not enabling this option will send error pages for rejected requests to the browser as soon as the data size limit has been reached.
For normal operations, it is recommended that you do not to enable this option.
Selecting this option will enable you to run LANSA Web Server Extension in Development Support mode. This is not recommended for the Production Web Server. If enabled, it exposes internal settings, which can compromise security.
The WAM Editor in the LANSA Development Environment can rely on this setting being enabled to retrieve the name of the physical folder of the virtual folder used for images. This is then used by the WAM Editor to browse for images on the Web Server. If the WAM Editor is unable to retrieve the name of the physical folder, browsing for images might result in unexpected behavior.
Enable Local Access Only to allow development support from a browser running from the local PC, that is, the same PC as where IIS is installed, typically using http://localhost/ as the base URL. This is the recommended setting for Development Support.
Enable Local and Remote Access to allow development support from a browser running from any PC, including the local PC.
By default, this parameter is set to disable.