Allows to provide ip on which application should listen. Most common are
Specifies where the soap client should send the responses. It will append as a first entry in
wsdl:service. You can also set it to null to use only
the values from server's network interfaces.
Configures whether the application should use http and on which port it should start.
Configures whether the application should use https, on which port it should start and the TLS certificates.
/gsdservice route registration
/WebService.asmx route registration
Specifies how long the application should wait for the connection queue to release the application.
Specifies how long the connection pool should hold the connection before disconnecting the socket to SXP/RAS.
Specifies how many connections to SXP/RAS should be always alive.
Specifies maximum amount of opened sockets NETframe can have simultaneously.
Specifies the time after which session should be timed out. Timeout refreshes after successful request.
Allows to use IP address only in the configuration file.
Eg. If you use net-frame.local which resolves to 127.0.0.1 you don't have to explicitly use "net-frame.local" as a host value and use only the IP address.
You may still use domain names
If you specify "net-frame.local" and "127.0.0.1" in erpRASConfig then your call to "net-frame.local" will be used and the IP address won't be resolved. All resolved domains will be cached for the domain TTL.
Remote access server host - domain or ip.
Array of ports.
If you specify more than one port then the fastest one will be used.
SXP host - domain or ip.
Array of ports.
If you specify more than one port then random service will be used.
Allows to trim the logs.
If trimLogs is enabled then this value changes the maximum length for single log.
Enables log coloring. If your logs contain strange characters and are not colored then turn this option off.
This feature requires an ANSI support in console.
It is enabled by default on Windows 10 and Unix. Older operating systems do not support ANSI characters.