Web Administration Interface
The FlowForce Server Web administration interface allows you to administer the server and configure jobs. You can access the Web administration interface from a Web browser at the configured address and port. The following pages are available in the Web administration interface:
|Access to resources and actions available from the Web administration interface is driven by a user access control mechanism. This means that you can access and modify configuration data as long as your assigned permissions allow it. Similarly, you can perform actions (and see the corresponding menu items) if you have been granted the corresponding privilege.
Note about browsers
We recommend using FlowForce Server with the following browsers: Chrome, Edge, and Firefox. If you are experiencing problems with your browser, try updating it to the latest version.
Displays the currently defined FlowForce containers, jobs, credentials, and functions. To view the contents and further information about any object, click the corresponding record.
The following containers are available by default:
•/RaptorXML (if you have licensed RaptorXML Server)
For more information about containers, see Understanding Containers. From the Configuration page, you can also manage containers, jobs, credentials, and functions, and set permissions on containers if you have the relevant access rights.
Opens the Log View page that shows log entries, including both server-related and job-related messages.
The Administration page enables you to perform actions related to server configuration and user management. The Administration page consists of the following menu items:
•Users: Allows you to manage user access.
•Roles: Allows you to create, delete, and manage roles. For more information, see Users and Roles.
•Password Policies: Allows you to establish password complexity rules.
•Reports: Allows you to view reports on currently assigned user privileges.
•Settings: Allows you to define the default time zone, mail server, and settings that let you integrate FlowForce Server with Active Directory or an LDAP-compliant server. For more information, see Configuring the Server.
•Cluster: Allows you to distribute execution of jobs across multiple instances of FlowForce Server.
|Cross-system clusters are not supported, which means that a worker-master connection cannot be established between different OS platforms (e.g., between Linux and Windows).
Opens the FlowForce Server documentation in a separate browser tab or window.