A list of tables or patterns that match tables that should be blocked from being accessed directly through the application. By default any table beginning with an underscore, 'dataface_', or ending in '__history' are blocked. This prevents unintended access to some of the automatically created tables in Xataface.
Configuration options for RSS feeds that are generated by the application.
Settings pertaining to the history feature (e.g. whether it has been enabled).
Settings for the full site search indexing.
A list of modules that are enabled for this application.
Output cache settings. Using output caching can dramatically improve performance for busier sites.
A list of the themes that are to be applied to the application.
Stand-alone attributes for an INI file must appear at the beginning of the INI file (before any of the sections). The conf.ini may contain the following stand-alone attributes.
Enables query caching. Enabling this feature can yield drastic performance improvements especially on busy sites with large databases.
boolean (0 or 1)
Enables logging of query caching to the file /tmp/querylog.log so that you can tell whether your queries are being cached, and which ones are being cached.
boolean (0 or 1)
The default action to be performed if it is not explicitly specified in the query (e.g. 'list', 'find', 'edit'). Default is 'list'.
If this is set to 1, then the application will run in debug mode which displays the available slots and blocks on the screen, along with some other debug information.
0 or 1 (default is 0)
The default action to perform in the details tab. E.g. When you click on the "details" tab there are a number of sub-tabs including 'view', 'edit', etc... . The default value for this directive is 'view'. If you want to go directly to the edit form when clicking on a record in list view, you would set default_browse_action to 'edit'.
The default language to use. This is the 2-digit ISO language code. If this value is not specified it defaults to the first language listed in the [languages] section.
string (2-digit ISO language code)
The default limit (i.e. the number of records to show per page) if none is explicitly specified in the query. Default is 30.
The default table to show if none is specified by the query. If you do not define this value, then the first table in the [_tables] section is used.
Default behaviour automatically tracks the IP address of the user when they log in. If a request is made for a session from a different IP then the session is automatically destroyed and the user is logged out.
A title for the application (appears in the browser title bar).
The usage mode of the application. If this value is set to edit, then ajax inline editing is enabled (i.e. you can click on any value in the application to edit it inline.