Monitoring Preferences

The Preference Store Manager view allows administrators to monitor preferences changed by any user for the Infinity Process Platform Portal and Infinity Process Platform engine. You can open this view from the Administration Perspective launch panel. By default, preferences for the default partition are displayed.

Whenever the user changes and saves any preference in the Infinity Process Platform Portal, e.g. via Portal Configuration, the Preference Store Manager displays all the preferences for that view. For example, the user clears the check box Close Related Views for the Activity Panel setting from the Portal Configuration view. The Preference Store Manager displays all the preferences for the Portal Configuration view. Thus, the Administrator can use the Preference Store Manager view as a tool to investigate and debug issues related to the preference store and to provide more visibility on current preferences.

Preferences Overview Table

The following columns are displayed in the Preference Store Manager view:

Figure: Preference Store Manager

You can export table content to CSV. Furthermore pagination and sorting is provided. For details on these table options, please refer to the according chapters in the Working with Tables section.

Searching Preferences

You can search for preferences based on user and tenant.

Searching Tenant Preferences

To search for tenant preferences, make sure that Search Tenant Preferences option is selected. These are partition scoped preferences.

Figure: Search Tenant Preferences

Searching User Preferences

To search for user preferences, select Search User Preferences option and add the user name in the text box adjacent to it. As soon as you enter the text, user names matching the pattern are provided in the drop-down list. You can select the user from the list. Note that the search is per default case-sensitive with the exception of the first letter. You can change to case-insensitive search by setting the property Carnot.Client.Search.CaseSensitive in your file to false.

Search for User
Figure: Search for User

Click Search. The search result displays all the preferences changed by the specified user.

Figure: Search User Preferences

Filtering Preferences

If you want to search for specific preference from the preference search result table, specify the text (Scope, Module ID, Preference ID, Preference Name and Value) in the Filter text box and click Search. The search result displays the filtered preference.

Figure: Filter Preferences