Caché Parameter File Reference
WebServerURLPrefix
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Identify the Caché instance name so that a remote Web server can access it.
Synopsis
[Compatibility]    WebServerURLPrefix=n
Description
A Caché installation is called an instance. Each instance has a name — the name you assigned to Caché when you installed it.
If you are using a remote Web server to access one or more Caché instances, then for each instance you must provide a WebServerURLPrefix parameter in the [Startup] section of the Caché parameter file, as shown above. The value n must be the name of the Caché instance.
This is only one of the steps required to set up a remote Web server to access one or more Caché instances. For details, see the Connecting to Remote Servers chapter in the Caché System Administration Guide.
Examples
WebServerURLPrefix=CACHE3
Range of Values
The default is blank (no prefix).
Management Portal
On the page System Administration > Configuration > Additional Settings > Startup, in the WebServerURLPrefix row, select Edit. Enter a Caché instance name.