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The FusionReactor Settings page lets you modify email server settings, FusionReactor Web Root, Log File Settings, Restrictions, Stack trace and FR-REST API Access.

Email Settings


Configuration

Description

Default

From Address

This will be the email address from which FusionReactor will send the notification emails from. This address does not have to be a real email address but must follow the format ( Example : FusionReactor@FR.com )

N/A

To Address

This is the email address which will receive FusionReactor notifications emails. Multiple recipients can be entered, separated by commas.

N/A

Mail Server

You can specify an Internet address ( Example : mail.company.com ) or the IP address of the mail server ( Example : 127.0.0.1 )

This field must be filled correctly for FusionReactor to send mail. A blank field does NOT use your default mail server.

NOTE

If your SMTP server does not use port 25 ( Default ), you can specify a port number after the server address / IP address ( Example : mail.company.com:587 )

N/A

Mail Server Username

If your SMTP server requires authentication, you can specify a username in this text box.N/A
Mail Server PasswordIf your SMTP server requires authentication, you can specify a password in this text box.N/A
SSL Authentication

Enable if the SMTP server uses SSL Authentication.

Disabled
TLS Authentication

Enable If the SMTP server uses TLS Authentication.

Disabled
Host NameYou can specify the DNS hostname of this instance to be used to generate URL links in email messages. If not specified, the canonical hostname will be used.N/A

Once you have set up your email settings you can send yourself a test email. This is recommended to ensure the email settings are correct.

Web Root 


Configuration

Description

Default

Web Root

This will be the prefix for FusionReactor requests. If the web root was set to "/fusionreactor/" and you were accessing the internal web server on a local machine over port 8088 then your final URL would look like this: http://127.0.0.1:8088/fusionreactor/

/fusionreactor/
URL Matching

The rule or which FusionReactor will match URI filters.

  • .cfm This will allow FusionReactor to be mapped to a ColdFusion server over IIS or Apache.
  • .jsp This will allow FusionReactor to be mapped to a JSP server over IIS or Apache.
  • Complete This will match only the WebRoot, this will result in FusionReactor not working over IIS or Apache, for anything other than UEM.
  • StartsWith This will match any URI filter used on the FusionReactor WebRoot.
  • Custom You can set your own filter here by typing into the field. This will map FusionReactor to that URI filter through IIS or Apache.

If using .cfm/.jsp or similar FusionReactor will ONLY answer requests to that url

Example If using .cfm FusionReactor will only answer to /fusionreactor.cfm/

StartsWith

Internal HTTP


Please ensure that these settings are correct before you save. If these settings are not correct you can make FusionReactor inaccessible!

ConfigurationDescriptionDefault
EnabledIf enabled then the HTTP server is active.Enabled
The port for the HTTP server to use. The default is 8088, or whatever is set via FusionReactor Administration Manager when the instance is installed8088
The address for the HTTP / HTTPS servers to listen on. Use 0.0.0.0 to listen on all addresses.0.0.0.0

Internal HTTPS


Please ensure that these settings are correct before you save. If these settings are not correct you can make FusionReactor inaccessible!

ConfigurationDescriptionDefault
EnabledIf enabled then the HTTPS server is active.Enabled
The port for the HTTPS server to use.-1
The path to the keystore to use for the SSL certificate.N/A
The password for the key store.N/A
The password for the key within the keystore.N/A
The path to the trust store to use.N/A
The password for the trust store to use.N/A

Instance Name


ConfigurationDescriptionDefault
Instance NameThis is the name of this FusionReactor instance, as it appears in the UI and Cloud. It may only contain the following characters a-z, A-Z, 0-9, _ . -N/A

Log File


Configuration

Description

Default

Reactor Log

Choosing Enabled will allow FusionReactor logs to be written, choosing Disabled will prevent them from being written. For information on FusionReactor logs see the Reactor Log section.

Enabled

View Size (KB)  

This option allows you to limit the number of KB of log that is displayed in the FusionReactor Log. For information on FusionReactor logs see the Reactor Log section.

128 KB

File Size

If the Logging Engine is set to 'Centralized Archive and Rotation' ( By default ) then this field does not appear. However, if the Logging Engine is set to 'Traditional Per-Log Rotation' then this value dictates then maximum size of the log before it is rotated.

10240 KB

File Count

As above, this value dictates the number of files held in the log history. An incoming log causes the oldest log to be deleted.

5

FusionReactor API (FRAPI) Log Clients - Log File Settings


Please note.

This setting will only appear when the Logging Engine is set to 'Traditional Per-Log Rotation'

ConfigurationDescription 

File Size

If the Logging Engine is set to 'Centralized Archive and Rotation' ( By default ) then this field does not appear. However, if the Logging Engine is set to 'Traditional Per-Log Rotation' then this value dictates then maximum size of the log before it is rotated.

10240 KB
File CountAs above, this value dictates the number of files held in the log history. An incoming log causes the oldest log to be deleted.5

Application Naming


ConfigurationDescriptionDefault
Auto Application Naming

When enabled, the Application Name will be set by searching the following sources in order:

  1. FRAPI.setTransactionApplicationName
  2. Request attribute ( fr.application.name )
  3. Middleware server ( Example : CFAPPLICATION )
  4. Servlet init parameter ( fr.application.name )
  5. Filter init parameter ( fr.application.name )
  6. Web app context parameter ( fr.application.name )
  7. Web app context name ( display-name )
  8. Web app servlet context path
  9. The Default Application Name

 

Enabled
Default Application NameThe Default Application Name. If Auto Application Naming is disabled, this name will be used for all transactions.MyApplication

Transaction Naming


ConfigurationDescriptionDefault

When enabled, the Transaction Name will be set by searching the following sources in order:

  1. FRAPI.setTransactionName
  2. Request attribute ( fr.transaction.name)
  3. Supported Framework
  4. ColdFusion Page Name
  5. JSP Class Name
  6. Servlet init parameter ( fr.transaction.name )
  7. Servlet Name
  8. Filter init parameter ( fr.transaction.name)
  9. Filter Name
  10. The Default Transaction Name

 

Enabled
The Default Transaction Name. If Auto Transaction Naming is disabled, this name will be used for all transactions.Ungrouped

Restrictions


Configuration

Description

Default

Restrictions

This value defines how FusionReactor Restrictions behave.

  • Monitor requests that match the rules - By default, no requests will appear in FusionReactor. If a request matches one of the rules defined on the Filter Restrictions page then it will appear.
  • Ignore requests that match the rules -  By default, all requests will appear in FusionReactor. If a request matches one of the rules defined on the Filter Restrictions page then it will be invisible.
Ignore requests that match the rules

FR-REST API Access 


This is a HTTP based API that is used to communicate commands and retrieve data from FusionReactor. This API allows FusionAnalytics Connector system to send logs to FusionReactor Administration ( FRAM )

Configuration

Description

Default
FR-REST UserYou can input the name of the FR-REST User here, you can change it as you please. It is also recommended that you also set a password, for help doing this see the section below.restuser

Enable FR-REST API

  • Enable locally, no authentication : This enables the API to work on a local machine with no authentication.
  • Enable locally with authentication : This enables the API to work on a local machine with authentication.
  • Enable globally, with authentication : This enables the API to work on a global machine (other machine in the network) with authentication.
  • Disable : This disables the FR-REST API from working.

 

NOTE

In order for FusionAnalytics to be able to work alongside FusionReactor, this option can NOT be disabled.

Enabled locally, no authentication

Change FR-REST Password 


ConfigurationDescriptionDefault
Old FR-REST Password

Enter the current password here.

this option only appears if there is already a FR-REST password set.

N/A
New FR-REST PasswordType the new FR-REST password.N/A
Confirm New FR-REST PasswordConfirm the new FR-REST password.N/A

 

 

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