When you select the Add or Change button on the Maintain Websites (local) dialog box, the Add or Change Website <as requested> window is displayed. Add or change the Web Server options as required.
Web Server - Name
Name of the Web Server that will forward the content of the HTTP Header Variables received from the requesting browser.
If you are not using multi-homing support, choose Any as your Web Server Name.
If you are using multi-homing support, enter either the DNS Name (for example: sydaspect.lansa.com) or the DNS's IP Address (for example: 220.127.116.11) in the System Name field.
Web Server - Port
Port number of the Web Server that will forward the content of the HTTP Header Variables received from the requesting browser.
If you are not using multi-homing support, choose Any as your Web Server Port.
If you are using multi-homing support, enter the port number associated with the Web Server Name.
The Web Server Name together with the Port number is then used as the key to locate the connection parameters for the Data/Application Server that will handle the request.
Default Technology Service
The technology service to use if no specific technology service is nominated in the user agent request.
Server Side Includes (SSI)
This group of options can only be used with a Data/Application Server running LANSA Version 11 SP5 or later.
Parsing and Processing
Select Always Done to indicate that SSI Parsing and Processing is always to be done. Select Controlled by Data/Application Server to indicate that the Data/Application Server determines if SSI Parsing and Processing is to be done.
There is a time overhead if you select Always Done, so think carefully before you choose this option.
For WAMs, select Always Done.
Default is Controlled by the Data/Application Server.
Allow Files to be Retrieved from Data/Application Server
If this option is selected, an SSI #include file instruction (for example, <!--#include file="/some/file"-->) included in a web page will be replaced with the requested file if it can be found.
If the attempt fails (because this option is not enabled on the Data/Application Server or the requested file does not exist), the LANSA Web Server Extension will look for local files on the Web Server to replace the SSI #include file instruction unless the Use Files from Data/Application Server Only is selected.
Default is not selected.
Use Files from Data/Application Server Only
If you select this option, only files found on the data/application server will replace an SSI #include file request.
Default is Not Selected.
Note that you must also set the corresponding Data/Application options. The corresponding File Serving options are set in the Data/Application Server's Miscellaneous tab.
Transform XSLT on Web Server
Select this option if you wish to perform all WAM XSLT Transformations on the Web Server, instead of the Application Server. By default, this option is ON to distribute the WAM processing load between the Web Server and the Application Server so that the Data/Application Server executes the LANSA webroutine and the Web Server transforms XSLT.