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System Configuration Options

InterSystems TotalView™ has a set of miscellaneous configuration options. To modify them:

  1. Click the Management icon.

  2. In the Security section, click System Configuration.

    The page then displays the current values for the settings.

  3. To edit them, click Edit.

  4. Modify the following values as needed:

    • BusinessScheduler.Enabled—Specifies whether the Business Scheduler is enabled; this tool enables data engineers to run recipes, run snapshots, and build cubes.

    • DataLoader.DeltaSchemaPrefix—Specifies the schema prefix to precede any tables used to track staging deltas.

    • DataLoader.FileImportMinimumRows—Specifies the minimum number of rows required for a file to be loaded, excluded the header row if any.

    • DataLoader.MaxPermissibleColumnsInSchema—Specifies the maximum number of columns that a field can have when loaded.

    • DataLoader.SnapshotDataRetentionInDays—Specifies the number of days for which a snapshot will be kept until it is deleted. Use –1 to retain snapshots indefinitely.

    • DataLoader.StagingDataRetentionInDays—Specifies the number of days for which batch of staging data will be kept until it is deleted. Use –1 to retain staging data indefinitely.

    • DataLoader.StagingSchemaPrefix —Specifies the prefix used for the table name for all staging tables. Changing this has no effect on previously generated tables.

    • LogsRetentionInDays—Specifies the number of days for which entries in the Messages Log kept until they are deleted. Use –1 to retain Message Log entries indefinitely.

    • Recipes.ReconciliationReportRowCount—Specifies the number of rows to be sampled for every failed reconciliation rule when generating the reconciliation report.

    • SnapshotSchema —Specifies the prefix used for the first part of the name for all snapshot tables. Changing this has no effect on previously generated tables.

  5. Click Save.

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