How to configure scripting
When installing SuperOffice CRM Web, a new scripting section is added to the web applications web.config file. If upgrading from a previous version, optionally run the SoAppConfig.exe configuration utility.
SoAppConfig.exe utility with the Scripting section displayed:
The configuration options are:
- Enabling scripting overall.
- The path to the folder where the scripts are stored. If no path is set, the [ArchivePath]\scripts is used.
- The timeout limit is how much time is allowed on synchronous scripts. Asynchronous scripts are not affected by the limit.
- The Script violation limit is the number of times a script can violate the time limit before being disabled.
The SoAppConfig.exe utility sets the Scripting section of the NetServer configuration.
One more important configuration section is the documents section. The reason for this is that each script runs in a separate appdomain than NetServer services, and the scripting app domain dynamically creates a separate configuration file for that appdomain. This temporary configuration file, named webScriptEngine.config, is saved and read from the Document's
TemporaryPath value. Make sure this path exists and that document permission settings are correct to read and write from this location.
<Documents\> ... <addkey\="TemporaryPath"value\="C:\\Temp" /> </Documents\>