An Application Settings node is available for each of your applications. This node enables system admins to change your application's state, servers, and category and view key details about your SQL and SSAS environments.
This article covers:
- Navigating to an Application Settings node.
- Using the General tab.
- Using the SQL Environment tab.
- Using the SSAS tab.
- Resources for further learning.
Tip: Explore other ways system admins can customize and configure their Kepion environment here.
Follow the steps below to go to an Application Settings node.
1. Go to System.
2. Expand the Applications node and go to your target application.
You will land on this page:
The General tab allows you to view and configure application settings.
Turns the application on or off, which is reflected in the State field. Applications can be online, offline, or inaccessible.
Switch to Modeler/Administrator
Switches from the System module to the Modeler module or Administrator module for the current application.
Change database server
Note: You must turn off an application before you can change its database server.
Enter the new name in the Database Server field to change the SQL server where the application database resides.
Change OLAP server
Enter the new name in the OLAP Server field to change the OLAP server used for the current application's deployment.
Group applications by category
Enter a name in the Category field to organize the application in the Modeler, Administrator, and System modules, as well as in your application list. Learn more.
SQL Environment tab
The SQL Environment tab allows you to check essential information about your SQL environment.
Check the name of the server on which Kepion is installed.
Check the database containing all your Kepion system settings.
Check the collation determining how data is compared and sorted. Learn more.
Check your SQL Server edition (Developer, Standard, or Enterprise). Learn more.
Check your SQL Server version.
Maximum Server Memory
Check the maximum amount of memory SQL Server will attempt to claim. Use this amount to guarantee the OS and other applications do not experience undue memory stressors from SQL Server.
SSAS Environment tab
The SSAS Environment tab allows you to check essential information about your SSAS environment.
Check your SSAS edition (Developer, Standard, or Enterprise).
Check your SSAS version.
Low Memory Limit
Check the threshold at which SSAS begins releasing memory for low-priority objects. Learn more.
Total Memory Limit
Check the threshold at which the server de-allocates memory to make room for other requests. Learn more.
Hard Memory Limit
Check the threshold at which the instance terminates active user sessions to reduce memory usage. Learn more.