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Article ID: 124388, created on Feb 5, 2015, last review on Jul 26, 2017

  • Applies to:
  • Operations Automation
  • APS 2.x

Question

There is an option to enable APS Development Mode in System -> Settings -> System properties, what would change when it's enabled?

Answer

  • disabled server-side caching of static content in pemui (it it possible to change files in /usr/local/pem/APS/packages/<GUID>/ui/ folder and see the changes in browser)

    downside: increased network latency and CPU/disk load

  • additional logging in core.log & apsc.http.log & saas.http.log

    downside: need to monitor available space of /var partition closely and adjust log rotation if needed

  • aps.debug.js library is used instead of aps.js (uncompressed vs. compressed)

  • Additional black developer messages related to the errors in JS code are shown in CCPv2 with APS Development Mode enabled

Note:

The term APS Development mode is also used on endpoint host when developing APS packages. If global constant APS_DEVELOPMENT_MODE is defined in PHP scripts, endpoint logs will contain verbose information. This mode should be disabled before releasing the package into production.

Please find more details about APS_DEVELOPMENT_MODE below:

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