The following tables provide an overview of configuration properties broken down by server component. Most Acrolinx properties are configured in the core server properties file or the language configuration files, however there also properties that are configured in other types of configuration files.
For more information on how to configure each property, see the relevant topics.
TABLE 1. CORE SERVER PROPERTIES
You can use the properties in the following table to configure the behavior of the core server.
coreserver.properties from the Dashboard, go to Maintenance > Configuration Properties, then follow the folder structure config > server > bin and click on the file
coreserver.properties. You can then edit the properties directly from the Dashboard.
Alternatively, you can edit
coreserver.properties from the configuration directory:
|Configure the number of times a user may enter an incorrect password before the account gets locked. You can set 0 to turn off the lockout feature. By default it's set to 5. Note that the last attempt will already trigger the "account locked" error message.|
|Configure the duration of the lockout in seconds. Accounts that are locked because of incorrect passwords get unlocked after this time period or after the server is restarted. This value must be greater than 0 since we don’t support manual account unlocking. The default value is 30 seconds.|
Any saved access tokens will be deleted after a user signs in. This means that when you enable
Enabling this feature will have the effect in most editors that users will have to sign in each time they check a new document.
|Setting the Suggested Acrolinx Username when Users Register|
Configure the spelling exception lists that a writer can submit entries to from the Sidebar. The options are
Learn more in our article on how to restrict access to spelling exception lists.
|The hostname of the core server.|
|Restrict the address that the core server listens on.|
|The port that the core server listens on for external communication. It's set to |
|Defines whether http or https is used for communication between the core server and Integrations. It's set to |
|Web request logging. See Managing the Server Logs for details.|
If you change this property, make sure that you also update the relevant properties in your language server and Analytics server properties files.
Specifically, you should update
|Configuring language configurations to reload simultaneously.|
|Prevent special characters from causing problems when entering terms.|
Define the maximum number of checks that the core server can hold in the check request queue. The limit is for the sum of all checks, regardless of language or other attributes.
|Toggle security features like the SAMEORIGIN policy. You might need to set this to |
|Set Up Acrolinx for Single Sign-on|
|Securing Acrolinx with HTTPS|
|Secure access to the Acrolinx Term Browser|
|Integrate Acrolinx with a Third-Party Terminology Solution|
TABLE 2. LANGUAGE CONFIGURATION PROPERTIES
You can use the properties in the following table to configure the checking behavior for a particular language. You configure these properties in the language configuration files:
Configuring the Maximum Length for the 'Sentence Too Long' Guideline.
Configuring how the ''Sentence Too Long' Guideline appears for Integration users.
Preventing Reuse Issues from Overriding Other Issues.
Customizing the Location of Help Files.
|Configure the Checking Behavior for Admitted Terms|
TABLE 3. OTHER PROPERTIES
You can use the properties in the following table to configure the component that is included in parentheses after the property name.
(language server properties)
(master language configuration file)
(Term Browser properties)
(wrapper logging configuration file)
(wrapper logging configuration file)