This section provdies details on all of the preferences and settings in the BI Platform Support Tool. Any preferences that are configured are persisted and stored in the preferences file in your user profile directory.
On Linux/Unix platforms, the preferences.xml is stored in the $HOME/BISupportTool directory for the user running the BI Platform Support Tool.
This section describes the settings under the General preferences.
|Enable Internet Feeds||This setting allows you to disable the Twitter and SCN feeds that appear on the Home dashboard. It also disables the menu items which link to the SAP Support Portal.|
|Enable CSV Format (Semantic Layer Analysis)||It was discovered that large data sets in the Semantic Layer Analysis causes the Excel export to run for an extended amount of time. Enable this option to make this data easily exportable to CSV format (about 100x faster than regular Excel export)|
|Network Timeout (seconds)||The network timeout setting determines how long the BIPST client will wait when attempting to connect to remote network resources (such as file shares) before aborting the connection attempt.|
|InfoStore query batch size||The BIPST client queries the Central Management Server database in small batches in order to improve performance. This setting controls how large the batch size is for each query.|
BI Platform Support Tool tracing
Enables / Disables the BI Platform Support Tool tracelog (glf format)
By default BIPST logs will be stored on the client in the location:
|Trace Directory||Configures the location where BIPST tracelogs are stored on the client.|
BI Platform SDK Settings
The BIPST ships with different versions of the BI Platform SDK in order to support multiple product versions.
When logging onto a landscape, the BI version is detected automatically and if a different SDK version is needed, the client will restart and use the required SDK.
|Force SDK Version||If checked the BIPST will always use the specified SDK version and will not try to auto-detect the version of the CMS it is logging onto. Click Confirm to enable the changes|
Data Retention Settings
|Delete Landscape Configurations||Controls how long the BIPST client will keep Landscape Configurations stored on the client. Once the data is older than the specified time, it is deleted. For more information, refer to Security Guide|
|Delete Analysis Report Data||Controls how long the BIPST client will keep Landscape Analysis report data stored on the client. Once the data is older than the specified time, it is deleted. For more information, refer to Security Guide|
End to End Trace
This section describes the settings under the End to End Trace preferences.
|Use Integrated SAP Client plug-in||If enabled, the E2E Trace Wizard will use the SAP Client Plug-in that is included with the BIPST client (recommended). If disabled, you need to download and start the SAP Client Plug-in manually when using the E2E Trace Wizard|
|Max Collection Threads||Configures the amount of concurrent threads created to collect trace files from BI and WAS hosts. If you are on a network connection with high bandwidth, increasing this value will speed up log collection. If you are on a VPN or slower connection, it is recommended to keep this value low.|
|Max Trace File Age (Days)|
Tells the E2E Trace Wizard to only collect logs that are X number of days older (this limits the total amount of logs collected from the server).
|Use custom BO_trace.ini settings||When the BO_trace.ini is updating during an E2E Trace session, the value specified in this setting is used to configure the BO_trace.ini on each server.|
This section describes the settings under the Schedule Destinations preferences. For more information on Schedule the Landscape Analysis Report, refer to: Scheduling report in BI Platform
|Repository Folder||Configures the folder location on where the BIPST program object and managed report instances will be stored on the BI Platform|
Unmanaged Disk Destination Settings
|Directory||Specifies the default folder where the Landscape Analysis Report results will be stored on the file system or network share|
|User||The user required to authenticate to an unmanaged disk destination (for example, a network share)|
|Password||The password required to authenticate to an unmanaged disk destination (for example, a network share)|
Email Destination Settings
|Domain||The Domain of the SMTP server used to email the Landscape Analysis Report|
|Host||The host of the SMTP server used to email the Landscape Analysis Report|
|Port||The port of the SMTP server used to email the Landscape Analysis Report|
|Authentication||Configures the type of authentication used to authenticate to the SMTP server|
|User Name||The user name used to authenticate to the SMTP server|
|Password||The password used to authenticate to the SMTP server|
|Enable SSL||Enables SSL for the connection to the SMTP server|
|SMTP certificate||Specifies the location of the SSL certificate required to connect to the SMTP server|
|Connection Security||Specifies the security type for the SSL connection|
|TLS Version||Specifies the version of TLS of the SMTP server|
|Verify Server Cert||Enables / Disables server host verification|
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