FB TraceManager 2 - Documentation

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Program configuration settings can be customized with the Configuration Wizard, which is accessible via the Settings menu item in section 6 of the Main Screen.

 

You don't have to walk through the entire Configuration Wizard. You can click Finish to persist the settings at any time.

 

 

Step 1 - Database Settings

 

fbtm_configuration_wizard_1

 

Here you can change the path to the FB TraceManager 2 database and the user/password combination. So, if you want to use the FB TraceManager 2 database with a regular Firebird 2.5 or higher server, change the Database entry accordingly.

 

Hint: Database settings take affect after re-starting FB TraceManager 2.

 

 

Step 2 - Trace Sessions

 

fbtm_configuration_wizard_2

 

Here you can set the default behaviour for re-fetching the trace session list and for the trace data storage mechanism. These are initial settings when the logged in Windows user is using FB TraceManager 2 the first time. They will be overwritten once the dialogs, where these settings are used, have been called at least once. These are connecting to a server fetching the trace session list and when starting a new trace session.

 

 

Step 3 - Report

 

fbtm_configuration_wizard_3

 

Define the default path to the location of pre-defined report files.

 

 

Step 4 - Analysis

 

fbtm_configuration_wizard_4

 

Define the default path to the location of pre-defined analysis schema files.

 

 

Step 5 - Event Processing

 

fbtm_configuration_wizard_5

 

Specify the SMTP server settings, if you intend to use the OnSendEmail event rule in the Event Processing module.

 

 

Step 6 - General Settings

 

fbtm_configuration_wizard_6

 

Select the Minimize to tray option if the program icon should be moved to the Windows notification area when the main windows is minimized.

 

 

 

 

am icon should be moved to the Windows notification area when the main windows is minimized.