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Runtime Settings associated to the user running the appRules project,
Runtime Settings are used throughout the system to determine the behavior of system operations at design time and also at runtime. This is a powerful feature that allows you to pre-configure the environments for running the projects that you will be composing and orchestrating.
To view, add, update, and delete Runtime Settings, select it from the Settings menu of the appRules HomePage.
When a new project database is created, the system automatically adds the following Runtime Settings into your project database as a starting point:
To Add a RunTimeSetting, click the “New” button; enter the field values and click the “Save” button to add the new record to the project database.
To Change or Update a RuntimeSetting, select the specific entry in the Setting Name list, make changes to the field values and click the “Save” button to update the values.
To Delete a RuntimeSetting select the specific entry and click the “Remove” button to remove the record from the project database.
Determine the culture that will be used when running the workflows or validating data (when the user running the workflow is associated to this RuntimeSettings) . For example, if the en-US culture is selected, the dates handled will be in US format (Date in MM/DD/YY). When using Dynamics CRM datasource for example, the option set names displayed when querying the data will be the US ones.
If the Default Culture is set to 'Default', System culture will be used.
Specify the cache engine used when running in the specified environment (Redis or Internal, if Redis specify the connection string (installed by default by the appRules Setup))
Optional Runtime Fields
Define optional runtime variables and values associated to the current RunTimeSetting. For example, the default file path for all files used in a project can have different values when a project is launched in a Production or Test environment.
The Master Admin user can secure the runtime settings with a password using the Secure Button on the tool bar. In this case the other users will not be able to display or change the related runtime settings.