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Workbench General Settings

Alarm Expiration

Editable Options

Alarm Expiration Enabled

Default Values: True
Valid Values: True/False
Changes Take Effect: After Workbench IO application (i.e. "WB_IO_Primary") restart
Description: Is the automatic closure of Workbench Active Alarms post the Alarm Expiration value Enabled/Disabled

Alarm Expiration (Seconds)

Default Values: 172800
Valid Values: 3600 to 31536000 seconds
Changes Take Effect: After Workbench IO application (i.e. "WB_IO_Primary") restart
Description: The number of seconds when the Workbench Active Alarms will be closed automatically if Alarm Expiration is Enabled

Retention Period

Editable Options

Workbench Data Retention Period Enabled

Default Values: True
Valid Values: True/False
Changes Take Effect: After Workbench IO application (i.e. "WB_IO_Primary") restart
Description: Is the purging of Workbench data Enabled/Disabled

Workbench Data Retention Period (Days)

Default Values: 30
Valid Values: 30 to 365 Days
Changes Take Effect: After Workbench IO application (i.e. "WB_IO_Primary") restart
Description: Workbench data will be purged post the Workbench Data Retention Period

Session Expiration

Editable Options

Enabled

Default Values: True
Valid Values: True/False
Changes Take Effect: Immediately
Description: Is Session Expiration Enabled/Disabled

Session Expiration

Default Values: 30
Valid Values: 900 to 31536000 seconds
Changes Take Effect: Immediately
Description: This applies to the Idle timeout of sessions, if Enabled=True above, Users will be automatically logged out of Workbench if/when a new request is greater than the Session Expiration value; Users will never be auto logged out if Enabled=False above.

This page was last edited on February 4, 2020, at 11:22.

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