example.yml, and then edit the settings
- Set to the debug verbosity that you require.
- Add "console" to the array if you want console output.
- This is the path for the main DB definition, used in db creation. This
should not be changed.
- The db driver, e.g.
- The DB hostname, e.g.
- DB root password, used in
- List the protocols allowed to access ApiOpenStudio,
i.e. http, https.
- The full server path to the docroot.
- Set to true to enable caching on the server (opcode service
automatically discovered), set to false to disable.
- If you have multiple services available on the server, you instruct
Datagator to use a specific opcode by setting this value to
for APC or
memcache for MemCache.
- If the API does not receive an 'Accept' header, this is the format
that it will return.
- See /includes/Output/ for the different possibilities.
- This is the account created on installation, for ApiOpenStudio's core
resources. This should not be altered.
- This is the application created on installation, for ApiOpenStudio's
core resources. This should not be altered.
- Setting this to false will allow you to edit core resources. Use with
- The relative path to the public directory from docroot.
- The relative path to the resources' directory from docroot.
- The full path to the tmp directory on the server.
- The path on the server to the JWT encryption private key
- The path on the server to the JWT encryption public key
- The JWT encryption algorithm type, e.g. Rsa, Hmac, Ecdsa, Eddsa, OpenSSL
- The JWT encryption algorithm, e.g. Sha256
- This is the time before a JWT token will expire and require logging in again.
- The issuer domain of the JWT token: same as api.url if generated by ApiOpenStudio, or the domain of a 3rd party auth service if you're implementing auth that way.
- The domain the JWT token is permitted for: this is usually the same as api.url
- From address in the sent emails.
- From name in the sent emails.