Analytics Server Configuration Properties

You can use the properties in the following table to configure settings for the Analytics server.

To edit analyticsserver.properties from the Dashboard, go to Maintenance > Configuration Properties, then follow the folder structure config > server > bin and click on the file analyticsserver.properties. You can then edit the properties directly from the Dashboard.

Alternatively, you can edit analyticsserver.properties from the configuration directory: %ACROLINX_CONFIGURATION_ROOT%\server\bin\analyticsserver.properties

Propertiescom.acrolinx.jreport.internal.host=localhost 
com.acrolinx.jreport.coreserver.host=localhost
Description

The hostnames of the Analytics server and the core server.

These two properties are set to localhost by default.

For HTTPS installations, they should match the fully qualified domain name of the core server computer.

Propertiescom.acrolinx.jreport.coreserver.port=8032
DescriptionThe port that the core server listens on for internal communication.

As of Core Platform version 5.4 it's set to 8032 by default. It should match internalEndpointPort in the coreserver.properties file.

Propertiescom.acrolinx.jreport.internal.listenHost=0.0.0.0 
com.acrolinx.jreport.jsp.listenHost=0.0.0.0
DescriptionRestrict the address that the Analytics server listens on. It's set to 0.0.0.0 by default. You can set it to 127.0.0.1 (localhost) for added security if the Analytics server and core server are on the same computer.
Propertiescom.acrolinx.jreport.internal.port.api 
com.acrolinx.jreport.jsp.port
DescriptionThe two TCP ports that the Analytics server listens on.

These two ports are assigned randomly at startup by default. Each time the Analytics server restarts, two new ports are reassigned.

Propertiescom.acrolinx.jreport.jsp.useSSL=<true/false> 
com.acrolinx.jreport.ssl.enabledProtocol= 
com.acrolinx.jreport.ssl.cipherSuiteWhitelist={} 
com.acrolinx.jreport.ssl.trustStore= 
com.acrolinx.jreport.ssl.keyStore= 
com.acrolinx.jreport.ssl.keyStorePassword= 
com.acrolinx.jreport.ssl.trustStorePassword= 
com.acrolinx.jreport.ssl.disabledProtocols={'SSLv2':'SSLv3'} 
DescriptionSecure the Analytics server with HTTPS. However, we recommend securing your entire Core Platform behind a reverse proxy instead.
Propertiescom.acrolinx.jreport.jr.level=error
DescriptionJReport logging level. To investigate JReport, set this property to debug and restart the Analytics server. You'll find the log analyticsserver.log in the <INSTALL_DIR>\server\logs folder.

Propertiesfeature.enableScheduling=true
Description

Show the Schedule Manager section in Analytics Administration. See the article Custom Dashboards for the steps.