The FlowForce Server Web administration interface is the front end of FlowForce Server from where you administer the server and configure jobs. You can access the Web administration interface from a Web browser at the configured address and port.
A FlowForce Server instance that is configured to communicate with a master instance instead of executing any local jobs. A worker can execute only jobs that a master FlowForce Server has assigned to it.
A working directory is a parameter required by execution steps if the job needs a location to unpack any input files or save output files. FlowForce Server also uses the working directory to resolve any relative paths that occur during step execution. When asked to provide a working directory, you should supply a valid path on the operating system where FlowForce Server runs. If you do not supply a working directory when creating the step, FlowForce Server uses a temporary directory.