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Workbench Agent Configuration Options (for LFMT 8.5.1)

This section contains options used to configure the Workbench Agent. Unless otherwise stated, all configuration options are set using GAX in the Application Options tab of the LFMT Agent object.

app_config Section

This section contains options for general configuration of the application. This section must be called app_config.

agent_max_open_requests

Default Value: 4096
Valid Values: Any positive integer greater than 0 and a power of 2. (i.e 1024, 2048, 4096 etc.)
Changes Take Effect: After restart of Workbench Agent.
Identifies the maximum number of open requests accepted into the connection pool of the workbench agent.

agent_max_outgoing_connections

Default Value: 4
Valid Values: Any positive integer greater than 0
Changes Take Effect: After restart of Workbench Agent.
Identifies the maximum number of concurrent outgoing connections from the workbench agent.

agent_max_pipelining_limit

Default Value: 1
Valid Values: Any positive integer greater than 0
Changes Take Effect: After restart of Workbench Agent.
Identifies the maximum number of requests that are accepted (and dispatched to the collector) on one single connection before the first request is completed.

security Section

This section contains all options relating to securing communication between the LFMT Collector and the Workbench Agent. The section is optional and is required only if the communication between the LFMT Collector and the Workbench Agent has to be secured. This section must be called security.

mutual_tls

Default value: None
Valid Values: true,false
Changes Take Effect: After restart of Workbench Agent.
Indicates whether mutual TLS is enabled for messaging and file transfer.

provider

Default value: None
Valid Values: JKS
Changes Take Effect: After restart of Workbench Agent.
The key provider.

protocol

Default value: None
Valid Values: TLSv1.2
Changes Take Effect: After restart of Workbench Agent.
Identifies the protocol to be used for the SSL communication between the LFMT Collector and the Workbench Agent.

enabled_ciphers

Default value: None
Valid Values: TLS_RSA_WITH_AES_128_CBC_SHA
Changes Take Effect: After restart of Workbench Agent.
Identifies the cipher to be used for SSL communication between the LFMT Collector and Workbench Agent.

security.keystore Section

The security.keystore section of the Workbench Agent application options is used to identify the keystore properties through which Workbench Agent will load the necessary keys for secure communications. This section must be called security.keystore.

path

Default value: No default value
Valid Values: A file path to the keystore located on the host
Changes Take Effect: After restart of Workbench Agent.
Identifies the path to the local keystore to be used by Workbench Agent to load the necessary keys.

password

Default value: No default value
Valid Values: A valid password associated with the keystore defined in the path option of the security.keystore section
Changes Take Effect: After restart of Workbench Agent.
The password to be used by Workbench Agent to access the keystore.

security.truststore Section

The security.truststore section of the Workbench Agent application options is used to identify the truststore properties through which Workbench Agent will load the necessary certificates for secure communications. This section must be called security.truststore.

path

Default value: No default value
Valid Values: A file path to the truststore located on the host
Changes Take Effect: After restart of Workbench Agent.
Identifies the path to the truststore to be used by Workbench Agent to load the necessary certificates.

password

Default value: No default value
Valid Values: A valid password associated with the truststore identified in the path option of the security.truststore section
Changes Take Effect: After restart of Workbench Agent.
The password to be used by Workbench Agent to access the truststore.

log Section

This section contains all options relating to creating, viewing, and otherwise using the Centralized Log facility in Genesys software. This section must be called log.

all

Default value: No default value
Valid Values: [filename]
Changes Take Effect: After restart of Workbench Agent.
Specifies the file location to which the application sends all log events.

expire

Default value: 10
Valid Values: [number] Specify a number from 1–1000.
Changes Take Effect: After restart of Workbench Agent.
Determines how long log files exist before they are deleted.

segment

Default value: 5000
Valid Values: [number] - Specify a value in kilobytes.
Changes Take Effect: After restart of Workbench Agent.
Determines the rollover size of the log files.

verbose

Default value: all
Valid Values:

  • all - All log events are printed.
  • trace - All log events are printed.
  • debug - DEBUG, INFO, WARN, FATAL, and ERROR log events are printed.
  • info - INFO, WARN, FATAL, and ERROR log events are printed.
  • warn - WARN, FATAL, and ERROR log events are printed.
  • error - FATAL and ERROR log events are printed.
  • fatal - Only FATAL log events are printed.
  • off - No log events are printed.

Changes Take Effect: After restart of Workbench Agent.
Specifies the host IP address of the configuration server.

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This page was last modified on 12 June 2018, at 08:09.