Server Settings page is where the user can alter the existing values of global variables according to their requirement.
Session idle timeout: The time after which if Jiffy stays open idle, the user session gets logged out automatically.
Delay for subtask: Default time for subtask node to perform the next iteration when used in the task. This can be changed in the properties section while designing a task using the subtask node.
Default pagination count: Default number of pages that are traversed automatically while running a task that uses a web table.
Jiffy task max time limit: Execution time for a single task. If a task hasn’t finished execution within this time, the task ends abruptly.
Max xml template size: The maximum size of the XML template that can be uploaded to the repository.
Enable design single run:
True: One task can be executed only once at a given time.
False: One task can be executed twice at the same time (with the same timestamp). This may cause duplicate execution and have business impacts. This is effective while executing tasks with polling nodes in order to avoid triggering multiple child tasks at the same time.
Max csv template size: The maximum size of the CSV template that can be uploaded to the repository.
Restart execution limit: Within this time limit, a task can be resumed to run at the failure point when a task execution fails. After this time period is exceeded, the task execution must start from the beginning.
Default polling delay: The maximum time delay after which the next child task is triggered when the previous child task is executed successfully.
Minimum polling delay: The minimum time delay after which the next child task is triggered when the previous child task is executed successfully.
Api token timeout: The time period for which Jiffy waits for the API response, when an API is called in a task.
Db row limit: The number of rows that can be fetched by default when a single query is executed.
Jfs store archive period: The retention period when a task uploads a file/image/document to the Jiffy server.
Password min length: Minimum length of the Jiffy password.
Max login attempts: The number of unsuccessful attempts to login to Jiffy after which the account gets locked.
Enable email: To enable the link to reset the password. This can be set to True or False.
Email host: This is set based on the Email server being used.
For example, Gmail - smtp, Office - imaps.
Email host user: The UserID created in the mail server to get email updates from the Jiffy server.
For example, admin or group mail ID.
Email port: This is set based on the Email server being used.
For example, Gmail - 25.
Email use tls: Based on the host, this can be set to True or False whether or not to send an email in a secured channel.
Email password: The password set for the default ID created in the Email host user field.
Send email on execution: Sends an email alert after each task execution. This can be set to true or false.