Activating a deactivated Server plug-in
To activate a deactivated Server plug-in, click its icon. It should automatically be activated.
Deactivating an active Server plug-in
To deactivate an active Server plug-in, click its icon. It should automatically be deactivated.
Registering Server plug-ins
Much of the Studio Server functionality is provided through plug-ins. Before these plug-ins can be used, they need to be registered. During this process, the available Server plug-in folders are accessed and the plug-ins that are found are added to the database.
Note: Registering Server plug-ins needs to be done when:
Step 1. In Studio Server, click Server Plug-ins in the Maintenance menu or on the Home page.
The Server Plug-ins page appears and any installed plug-ins will be automatically registered.
Note: Because the plug-ins are registered while the page is opened, the process of opening the page can take a few moments.
Step 2. Make sure that the required plug-ins are enabled. If needed, resolve any conflicts.
Note: Normally, no conflicts should arise and no further action will be required after accessing the page.
Configuring a custom Server plug-in
Info: Performing the described step requires direct server access. Depending upon how your system is hosted and the level of access you have to that system, coordination may be required with your Partner or WoodWing Support team.
Some custom Server plug-ins provide configuration options that can be set in a config.php file (recommended: config_overrule.php file).
They can also add their own Maintenance page on which specific actions can be performed. When a custom Server plug-in for which such a page is available is installed or activated, an icon is automatically added to the Integrations page. Double-clicking the icon opens the Maintenance page for that plug-in.
Note: For more information about configuring custom Server plug-ins, see the readme.txt file that is provided with the plug-in.