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General

Name of easydb

Settings Explanation
Name of the easydb The name of the easydb is used as the directory name and ZIP prefix for exports. This name also appears in logs and administrator emails.
Display name Name of the easydb as it is displayed in the web browser (as document title). This field is multilingual.

Languages

Settings Explanation
Database* The database languages ​​are the languages, which are ​​available to users for data modeling and input as well as search.

The listed languages ​​are defined on the server and can not be changed.
Frontend The frontend languages ​​are the languages, which are ​​available for users.

The listed languages ​​are defined on the server and can not be changed.

*NOTE: The system right “Modify data model > Commit changes” is required for changing the database languages. To activate the changed database languages, you must rewrite the index. This is achieved by saving the data model again and commiting the changes.

Permitted origin address

Settings Explanation
Permitted origins Permitted URL origins from which browser access is allowed. The URLs must be complete containing the application protocoll. For example “http://myown.easydb.api.example.com"

Autocompletion

Settings Explanation
When never: no suggestions are made
always: Suggestions are made starting with the first entered character
starting from 2 characters: Suggestions are made starting with the second character
starting from 3 characters: Suggestions are made starting with the third character
Scope Words and linked records: Suggestions for all fields and all sencondary object types
Words: Suggestions for all fields
Linked records: Suggestions for all secondary object types

E-mail addresses of the system

Settings Explanation
Display name for sender Name of sender, which is displayed instead of the e-mail address for sender emails.
Sender E-mail sender for system e-mails. This is the address that can be seen in the recipient e-mail program. Unless this address is changed by other headers, replies (“reply-to-emails”) are sent to this address.
Envelope sender This sender address is normally invisible and is used to verify the sender when sending e-mails. Errors emails that may have occurred while using easydb are sent to this email address (“bounce emails”).

Log API calls

Settings Explanation
enabled Options to choose for logs in easydb: none, only write operations, all
log the following calls Specification of calls, which are supposed to be logged.

NOTE: More detailed information on the logs can be found in the technical documentation beneathe the chapter API.