The Local Machine Info Editor lets you configure settings regarding publishing, data persistence, notifications, and other features. The settings in the Local Machine Info Editor apply only to the local computer.
You can open the Local Machine Info Editor through the Task Tray Tool. You can also open it through the Start menu (Start > Programs > Symantec > Workflow Designer > Tools > Local Machine Info Editor).
The Local Machine Info Editor has two tabs: Local Machine Info and Log Settings. The Local Machine Info tab has general settings. The Log Settings tab has the settings that apply specifically to log messages.
Computers to which the local computer connects for a number of purposes. Each computer that is registered in this list has one or more roles. A server role is a way that the registered computer interacts with the local computer. For example, a registered computer can have a DeploymentTarget role. This role means that the local computer can publish workflow projects to the registered computer.
You can add and configure any computer that has Workflow installed.
The computer that Workflow uses by default for Process Manager and publishing. If you use Process Manager components (such as the Get All Related Users component) in your process, by default they connect with the Default Server. (You must set the components' Session IDSource to UseGlobalSession for them to use the settings in the Local Machine Info Editor.)
Login to Process Manager
Sets whether Workflow automatically logs on to Process Manager on the Default Server.
Workflow Server Configuration
Opens the Workflow Server Extensions Configuration editor. The Server Extensions Configuration editor is a tool that lets you define all the properties for a Workflow Server.
A read-only setting that shows where Workflow saves its persistence data. The default persistence setting is set during installation.
The events about which you want to be notified. These notifications appear on the local computer as pop-up dialog boxes.
Only Notify On Specific Messages
Sets only the messages that are specifically sent to appear as notifications. Specifically-sent notifications refer to the notifications that come from components in workflow processes (such as the Simple Post Notification Message component).
Object Storage Default Exchange Name
The default exchange that Workflow uses for data objects. New projects in Workflow Designer use this setting in the Storage Preferences tab. If the Store To Exchange Preference tab is set to Default, the storage preference uses the default exchange.