|Acrolinx Server||5.2, 5.3, 5.4|
| The hostnames of the Analytics server and the core
As of Core Platform version 5.4, these two properties are set to localhost by default unless you have a distributed installation.
In earlier Server versions, they’re automatically filled in with the computer's host name. However, as long as you don't have a distributed installation and haven't enabled HTTPS, it's a good idea to change them to localhost to make sure that they go through any internal routing.
For HTTPS or distributed installations, they should match the fully qualified domain name of the core server computer.
The port that the core server listens on for internal communication.
As of Core Platform version 5.4 it's set to
Restrict the address that the Analytics server listens on. It's set to
The two TCP ports that the Analytics server listens on.
Since 5.3, these two ports are assigned randomly at startup by default. Each time the Analytics server restarts, two new ports are reassigned. Previously, they were assigned by default to 8080 and 8091.
|Secure the Analytics server. See the article Securing your Acrolinx Server with HTTPS .|
|com.acrolinx.jreport.jr.level=error||JReport 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.|
As of Core Platform version 5.4, this property lets you hide specific Analytics dashboards. It's empty by default, meaning there are no hidden dashboards. The example here shows how to use it to hide the Score Roll-Up dashboard.
Currently, some of the .dsh file names don't map directly to the dashboard titles. Specifically: