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Orientation Guide for Server-Side Programming
Server Configuration Options
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There are a few configuration options for the server that can affect how you write your code. This chapter discusses the following topics:
Most of the configuration details are saved in a file called cache.cpf (the configuration parameter file or CPF file).
Settings for InterSystems SQL
To view and modify the settings that affect the behavior of InterSystems SQL:
  1. Access the Management Portal.
  2. This page lists many settings. The most important ones are typically these:
  3. If you make any change, select Save.
Use of IPv6 Addressing
InterSystems IRIS always accepts IPv4 addresses and DNS forms of addressing (host names, with or without domain qualifiers). You can configure InterSystems IRIS to also accept IPv6 addresses; see IPv6 Support in the chapter “Configuring InterSystems IRIS” in the System Administration Guide.
Configuring a Server Programmatically
You can programmatically change some of the operational parameters of InterSystems IRIS by invoking specific utilities; this is how you would likely change the configuration for your customers. For example:
For details, see the InterSystems Class Reference for these classes.
For More Information
For more information on the topics covered in this chapter, see the following: