Sets whether Workflow Designer warns users before they close the debugger window.
Table: Options in the Debugging Deployment page
Debugging Web Server
Select to use the internal web server that is packaged with Workflow Designer or to use IIS.
Dynamically Determine Internal Web Service IP Address
Select to find the correct IP address to use for the internal web server when localhost is not the computer default.
Determine Web Root Dynamically
To access a project, users must locate it using a browser. The web root is the first part of the URL that you use to locate the projects that are published locally. By default, it is http://localhost//. If your development computer has a specific web root, select this setting to determine the web root from Windows properties. Or, you can enter it in the Web Root box.
Deployment App Name
Type a name that Workflow Designer should use for the projects that are published locally. The default is debug, because applications deployed locally to the development computer are commonly deployed for debugging purposes.
Local Deployment Root
All deployed projects have the files that are required for proper project function. When a project is deployed, these files are moved to a special location. Set the directory that Workflow Designer uses to house these project files.
Seconds Until Cleanup On Deploy
Set the number of seconds that Workflow Designer waits before it cleans up the publishing files. Publishing files are the temporary files that are created when you publish a project.
Sticky Debug URLs
Select to use the defined URL inside of dynamically changing debug URLs.
Table: Options in the Debugging Browser page
Non Default Browser Exe File
Many computers have multiple web browsers. If the Workflow Designer development computer has multiple web browsers, type the full path to the non-default browser. This non-default browser is used only if the Use Default Browser check box is cleared.
Use Default Browser
Select if Workflow Designer should use the default Windows browser to open any project-related webpages or websites.
Use Shell Execute
If a project needs to launch an external application, it can do so in two ways. It can use either a shell execute (open by using a DOS prompt or shell), or it can run the program within Windows. Select this setting if Workflow Designer should (by default) attempt to open external files and applications using a DOS prompt or shell.
Table: Options in the Debugging Grid page
Debug Log Row Color
Select the row color for the debug logs that are in the debugging grid.
Error Log Row Color
Select the row color for the error logs that are in the debugging grid.
Fatal Log Row Color
Select the row color for the fatal logs that are in the debugging grid.
Info Log Row Color
Select the row color for the information logs that are in the debugging grid.
Warning Log Row Color
Select the row color for the warning logs that are in the debugging grid.
Imported Document ID: HOWTO98596
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