TM systems can be managed and configured through the Administration view
tab in the Trace Management Portal (FADE).
Only users with administrator access level can modify.
Remote web interface access to TM for systems located in a non-domain network is only possible by using the IP address of the server in its URL and configuration file.
The system configuration file should be changed to use the IP address instead of the machine name.
The Configuration tab allows modification to the following configurations:
SQLite database Note:
Systems default E-Mail parameters
other default system values.
It also allows you set a TM system in “stand by mode” or suspended mode.
Parent topic: Administration Tasks for Trace Management
How to Set Database Parameters
How to Set Email Parameters
The Email tab has the default e-mail parameters for the system you are currently logged in.
How to Set DIPAZ Configuration
How to Set Trace Folder
The directories indicated in these parameters are the storage locations for the traces.
How to Set Other Configuration Fields
The values indicated in these fields are read directly by the TM processes, so when changing a physical path, any back slash "\" needs to be prefixed with a forward slash "/" (i.e.: C:/\temp
) or instead of using a back slash use a forward slash (i.e.: C:/temp/
Suspended or Standby Mode
In suspended (= stand by) mode, all processing activities for the current TM system are stopped. New traces transferred to the Tracedata\<system>
are not processed by DIPAZ. The aging function that cleans up old data for this system in the Tracedata folder and in the database is deactivated.
How to Set / Reset Suspended Mode
The DIPAZ Monitor service ensures that all processes are restarted after a system update or after a server reboot. This service should start automatically after a rebooting.
How to Change Location of the Trace Data Storage Directory
The trace data storage directory is created on the primary hard disk in the default C:\Tracedata
path during installation. To relocate the directory where the traces are stored, you will need to change the TM configuration files. If the TM systems on the server are populated with trace files they will also need to be moved. This change also affects the FTP and SFTP configuration.