GSD NET-Gps Installation


The net-gps is available to download from a net-gps folder.

Net-Gps Configuration


To start the net-gps you must run the net-gps.exe file. By the first start it will create gps-config.yml file. The necessary configuration of the configuration file is possible in any text editor. After the second start of net-gps.exe file, the Web Service will start normally.


Using quotes in config values

We recommend to miss quotes or use single quotes in config values, because those values are not interpreted. According to YAML specification, values which are surrounded with double quotes are interpreted, so it can cause errors during reading config values.


Example gps-config.yml file:

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udpPort: 23137
logBinaryData: false
statistics:
    enabled: false
database:
    rasServer: 127.0.0.1
    rasServerPorts:    #Ports on which Remote Access Server will listen
        - 54332
    databaseServer: 127.0.0.1    #IP of Database Server
    databaseName: ""    #Full path to the database
    userName: GSDWebService    #Username which will init the connection
    userPassword: ""    #MD5 hash of the user's password
    timeout: 900
    readTimeout: 30    #Maximum amount of request that single session can make
connection:
    acquireTimeoutMilliseconds: 10000
    idleTimeoutMilliseconds: 10000
    minimum: 0
    maximum: 10
session:
    sessionRefreshInSeconds: 300