Administrators can use the options in the Server Settings tab (Tools > Server Settings) to inspect and edit settings of DiveLine server, which is the server component of the Diver Platform and Diver Solution software. The Server Settings give you centralized control of your DI users, data, and processes. Diver clients, such as Workbench, ProDiver, DivePort, and DiveTab, all connect and authenticate through the DiveLine server. In the Server Settings, you can define the DiveLine authentication type, administer users and groups, control access to project files, view details about the DiveLine activity, and configure advanced settings.
Server Settings has multiple sub-tabs and the sample screen below shows the General tab.
The options in the Server Settings apply to the current DiveLine connection, which is shown in the server Connections list.
NOTE: Changes made to these settings propagate to other users who have Server Settings open. If there are conflicting changes upon saving, those users are notified with a dialog box.
In Server Settings, you can inspect and edit various aspects of this DiveLine through the following tabs:
- General—Displays information about the DiveLine configuration. You can administer authentication type, DiveTab connection (if the current connection is a DiveTab connection), email notifications, and additional options. This is the default tab.
For more information, see General Tab Overview.
- Users—Displays a list of users. You can add, edit, and delete users.
For more information, see Managing Users and Managing Project Access.
- Groups—Displays a list of groups. You can add, edit, and delete groups.
For more information, see Managing Groups and Managing Project Access.
- Projects—Displays a list of the projects. You can add, edit, and delete projects and manage user access to those projects.
For more information, see Managing Projects and Managing Project Access.
- Processes—Displays a list of all running DI processes on the server. You can check on the status of Builder, Integrator, or Spectre scripts. For more information on the Process Manager, see Processes Tab.
- Properties—Displays a list of properties. You can create and edit properties, which are used in access control.
For more information, see Properties Overview.
- Controller—Displays details about each active session. You can manage the connected users.
For more information, see Controller Tab.
- Advanced—Displays information about executable paths and Production Extensions. You can modify the executable paths and install and uninstall extensions.
For more information, see Advanced Tab.