Some behaviors of the terminal can be controlled by entries (variables) in the runtime configuration file. The default name of this file, like that of the terminal database file, varies according to the host operating system:
|System||Runtime Configuration File|
|UNIX and Linux||/etc/cblconfig|
Options on naming and accessing the runtime configuration file, and descriptions of many of the entries in it, are discussed in Compiler and Runtime. That section also discusses the relationship between the runtime configuration file and the host computer's environment. This section discusses entries in the terminal database file and the runtime configuration file which are of particular importance to the Terminal Manager.
Entries in both the terminal database file and the runtime configuration file are described throughout this section, grouped according to the functions that they control. These are the basic areas of functionality that you will need to consider in deciding what you need to modify or define: