To add a service, click New on the Services tab. In the Service Properties dialog box, select the options you wish to add to your new service. The following table lists and briefly describes the options available to you.
|Configuration file||Use Browse to specify the name and path of the configuration file for the server.|
|Error file||Use Browse to specify an error file for the server.|
|Trace level||Selecting a trace level from this list turns on the tracing function. If you have specified an error file in the
Error file field, trace information is placed in the named error file.
Trace level can be "1" through "7":
"1" provides information about access file match attempts. The trace information buffer is flushed to the error file when the buffer is filled or the service terminates.
"2" provides information about runtime requests. The buffer is flushed to the error file when the buffer is filled or the service terminates.
"3" provides the information described for "1" and "2".
"5" is equivalent to "1", but the tracing buffer is flushed to the error file each time an access file match is requested. (File trace flushing can also be controlled with the FILE_TRACE_FLUSH server configuration variable. See Creating a Server Configuration File for more information.
"6" is equivalent to "2", but the tracing buffer is flushed to the error file each time a runtime is requested.
"7" provides the information described for "5" and "6".
|Compress trace output||Causes the file specified in Error file to be compressed using the gzip compression method.|
|List configuration variable settings||Checking this checkbox causes a listing of the server configuration file to be printed to standard error output. This can be helpful when you are debugging problems that may be related to configuration variables. If you have specified an error file, the listing is captured in this file.|
You can add the name of a Windows service or service group on which AcuConnect depends. (You may include multiple dependencies.)
Add to display a list of possible services and service groups.
Note that if you enter dependencies in this field, AcuConnect will not start unless each service named is currently installed on the server as a service.
For information on service dependencies, consult your Microsoft Windows documentation.