The parameters in the <Server> element control the setup and behavior of the TEXTML Server entity.
|Parameter name||Default value||Description|
|InstanceName||TextmlServer||The name by which the server is known by the internal Object Request Broker. Once configured, this value should never be changed as this will stop the entire API from working.|
|Endpoint||iiop://:2500|| Defines the port where the server listens for
requests. It uses the CORBA IIOP element syntax:
TEXTML Server uses a pool of threads to service its API calls. Because an API call is quickly serviced, the default value is often enough.
If the maximum is reached, no new threads are created but the extra requests will be queued.
|IndexationThreadCount||(not specified)||Number of indexing threads. TEXTML Server uses a
set of worker threads to index all of its docbases and to optimize
indexing speed. For each indexing batch, the worker threads index
one index each, working in parallel.
If no value is specified, this value will be set internally by TEXTML Server to twice the number of effective CPUs.
Number of extraction threads. TEXTML Server uses a set of worker threads to extract from the documents the content that needs to be indexed, therefore optimizing extraction speed.If no value is specified, this value will be set internally by TEXTML Server to the number of effective CPUs.
This parameter must always be less than the value of the IndexationThreadCount parameter.
|DefaultDBLocale||fr_CA (French Canada)||
The default locale for new docbases.
The first two characters represent the language code, and the latter two are the country code. The language code follows the ISO-639 standard, while the country code follows the ISO-3166 standard.
For the complete ISO-639 standard, go to http://www.loc.gov/standards/iso639-2/php/code_list.php.
For the complete ISO-3166 standard, go to http://www.iso.org/iso/english_country_names_and_ code_elements.
word parsing is a language-dependent word-separation feature
that uses international components for Unicode (ICU) word parsing to
identify the words of a language. By default, this feature is not
used (no language specified), because TEXTML Server's internal
word-separation algorithm works for all Latin-based languages.
However, this parameter is recommended for docbases whose documents
are in Chinese, Japanese, and Thai.
Enter the code for each of the following languages that you plan to support:
Note: The language codes should match those specified in the xml:lang attribute of the XML documents.If specifying more than one value, the codes should be separated by spaces; for example:
<UseICUWordParsing>zh-cn zh-tw ja-jp</UseICUWordParsing>
Tip: If your documents require ICU word parsing, set it up as the default setting for the server before creating your docbases. Once a docbase is created, changes to the server's ICU word parsing settings will not affect existing docbases.
|DontUseICUWord Parsing||all||Specifies the languages that do not require TEXTML Server's word
separation feature. By default all languages are excluded.
Tip: If you plan to use ICU word parsing for some (but not all) of the documents in your docbase, be sure to specify the languages to be excluded before creating your docbases. Once a docbase is created, changes to the server's ICU word parsing settings will not affect existing docbases.
|LicensePath||. ./licenses||The directory, relative to the configuration file path, where TEXTML Server looks for its licenses.|
|ConnectionTimeOut||1800 (30 minutes)||The time, in seconds, that a TEXTML Server client session can remain idle before it is terminated.|
|RecyclingInterval||600 (10 minutes)||The time interval, in seconds, at which TEXTML Server checks inactive sessions and terminates them.|
time interval, in seconds, at which TEXTML Server checks the
performance statistics and records them to the log file
specified by the File logging
Enter a value in seconds (minimum interval is 60 seconds). Enter 0 to disable this feature.
|SharedMemoryPath||n/a||Location of the directory used for collaborative memory
management. By default, this parameter is not included in the
To enable collaborative memory management, add this parameter to the configuration file and specify the directory that will contain the memory information shared by the TEXTML Server instances.
|SharedMemoryIdentifier||n/a||Uniquely identifies the TEXTML Server instance on the machine. This parameter is generated automatically by TEXTML Server.|