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Editing the Configuration of Your EMS Server Manually

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The EMS Server is configured with default parameters, after configuring your EMS environment for the first time.

You can change your EMS Server configuration by editing the EMSServer.ini file that is located at C:\Users\Public\Documents\Embarcadero\EMS. If you modify this file, you must terminate and restart the EMS Server to reload the emsserver.ini file.

EMS Database Configuration

You can modify the default information of the EMS Database that the EMS Server uses. In the EMSServer.ini file, go to the [Data] section:

  • InstanceName. Specifies the InterBase instance that hosts the EMS database.
  • Database. EMS Database file local directory.
  • UserName. User name to access the EMS Database.
  • Password. Password to access the EMS Database.
  • SEPassword. Password to connect to an encrypted InterBase database.
  • Pooled. Enables FireDAC connection pooling to the EMS Database to reduce latency.
  • PooledMax. Maximum number of pooled connection allowed to the EMS Database.
; Interbase connection parameters
;# SEPassword connects to an encrypted database
;# Set Pooled=0 to disable connection pooled, Pooled=1 to enable. Default value is 1.
;# Set PooledMax=10 to limit maximum pooled connection.  Default value is 50.

EMS Server Limits

You can modify the default information of the number of simultaneous connections to the EMS database or the maximum number of EMS Users. In the EMSServer.ini file, go to the [Server.Limits] section:

  • MaxConnections. Maximum number of concurrent HTTP requests to the EMS Server.
  • MaxUsers. Maximum number of EMS Users allowed in the EMS Database. This value depends on the EMS license used.
;# Set MaxConnections=10 to limit maximum concurrent HTTP requests.  Default is 32.
;# Set MaxUsers=3 to limit the number of users in the EMS database.  This value is only used 
;# when less than the maximum users permitted by the EMS runtime license.

EMS Server Authentication Configuration

You can modify the default information of authentication for your EMS Server. In the EMSServer.ini file, go to the [Server.Keys] section:

  • MasterSecret. Key that allows any operation regardless of ownership (update any user in the EMS Database, for instance).
  • AppSecret. Key that allows any request to the endpoints that are authorized.
  • ApplicationID. Identifier for the EMS Server. This identifier differentiates EMS servers. Requests from the EMS Clients are rejected if the ApplicationID in the request does not match the ApplicationID defined for the EMS Server.

You can also set access rules to allow or deny access to an EMS Resource or EMS Endpoint. In the EMSServer.ini file, go to the [Server.Authorization] section and add your custom access rules.

Users={"public": false}
Users.LoginUser={"public": true}
Users.SignupUser={"public": true}

EMS Server API Cross-Domain

You can modify the permission to allow different domains (outside the EMS Server domain) to make HTTP requests to the public EMS Server API. In the EMSServer.ini file, go to the [Server.APICrossDomain] section:

  • CrossDomain. List of domains that are allowed to make cross domain HTTP requests to the EMS Server API. To allow any domain, use the wildcard value *.
;# Write here the domains allowed to call the API. Used for Cross-Domains
CrossDomain = *

EMS Server Connection

You can modify the default information for the connection to your EMS Server. In the EMSServer.ini file, go to the [Server.Connection.Dev] section:

  • Port. Defines the connection port for the HTTP request to the EMS Server.
  • HTTPS. Enables HTTPS support for the EMS Server. If enabled, you need to install OpenSSL and configure the certification file information.
  • CertFile. Absolute path to the self-signed certification file (.pem file).
  • RootCertFile. Absolute path to the CA certification file (.pem file). If you use a self-signed certificate, leave this blank.
  • KeyFile. Absolute path to the self-signed key file (.pem file).
  • KeyFilePassword. Password set to use the certification file.
;# The following options enable HTTPS support.
;# Set HTTPS=1 to enable HTTPS, HTTPS=0 to disable.
; RootCertFile=
;# When using a self-signed certificate, RootCertFile is left blank.

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