After you deploy Trillium Quality for Dynamics, you can make changes to the server settings depending on your environment and needs.
Note that the default (Trillium) server is configured when you first deploy Trillium Quality for Dynamics. Use this procedure to make changes to the Trillium server after deployment.
To customize the server configuration
On the machine from which you deployed Trillium Quality for Dynamics, launch the Deployment Manager from the Start menu (Trillium Software > Trillium Quality for Dynamics n.n.n. Right-click Deployment Manager and select Run as administrator). The Deployment Manager window opens.
Click the Utilities tab. Click Save to save your settings if prompted.
Click Edit Configuration. The Edit Configuration window opens
Click the Servers tab.
For Server, click the drop-down list and select Default.
In the General section, modify the following settings as needed:
If you modify the text in the Display Name field, the change is reflected in the Server drop-down list.
Select SSL if the HTTPS web protocol is used to access Trillium services. To enable HTTP instead of HTTPS, clear the check box.
Enter the Server Port, which is the port on which EDQ is installed.
Enter the Server Name, which is the fully qualified domain name of the server on which EDQ is installed.
In the Cleanser section, modify the following settings as needed:
Path to the Cleanser service.
Web Key used for the Cleanser service.
Error Message for the Cleanser service.
In the Matcher section, modify the following settings as needed (Default server only):
Note: Match Level and User Key values are displayed as reference only and cannot be modified.
Path to the Matcher service.
Web Key used for the Matcher service.
Error Message for the Matcher service.
Click Apply Changes to Server to save your changes in memory.
Click Save to Server to save to the database all changes.
(Optional) To reload the Edit Configuration values as they were last published to the database, click Reload from Server.
If you are finished editing the configuration, click Publish All and close the Edit Configuration window. To ensure your changes are reflected immediately within Dynamics, from the Deployment Manager, on the Utilities tab, click Refresh Cache.