Agility Web.Config Settings

The table below describes the settings in the agility.web section of the Web.config file for your Agility site

Key
Description 
 applicationName (string)
 

Used to give your application a name when errors are emailed.  Normally this is the same as the Website Name plus any information like “Dev”, “Staging”, “Live”.

 

 developmentMode

Toggles development mode for the site.  When in development mode, the site will pull Staging content (as opposed to Published content) and does not need to be reachable by the Agility Server.  NOTE: Sites that are in Development Mode do not need to be added to the Domains list in the Settings section of Agility.  Development Mode is usually used on a development machine.

 

 contentCacheFilePath (string)

This is the location where the site will cache content files that are published to the site from the Agility Content Server.  The user the site is impersonating (or the IUSR_<machine name> and ASPNET user in IIS5 OR IIS_WPG group in IIS6) must have read/write access to this folder.

 

 smtpServer (string)

An SMTP server should be present for sending auto-generated exception emails from your site in the event that the site throws an error.  This setting is the domain of the SMTP Server in your environment.

 

 wcfHostHeader (string)

If more than one host header is used, you must set this to the host header that matches the one set with in Agility.  This is required by WCF.

 

 websiteName (string)

This will be supplied as part of your Agility account and is the unique name for your web site.

 

 securityKey (string)

This is also supplied as part of your Agility account and is your specific encrypted key.  This is required for any communication to the Agility Content Server and ensures your content is only available to you.

 

traceLevel (string)

This is the level of tracing for your site.  Your options are Verbose, Info, Warning, and Error.  Verbose is recommended for Development because it provides all of the details about errors and other events, but it adds processing overhead.   Error is recommended for production environments because it logs the errors on the site by minimizes logging overhead.

 

logFilePath (string)

This is the location where the trace logs are written. The user the site is impersonating or the (IUSR_<machine name> and ASPNET in IIS5 OR IIS_WPG group in IIS6) must have read/write access to this folder.

 

emailErrors (true/false)

This turns on whether errors are emailed to the “SendErrorsTo” email address.  This should be true in production environments.

 

sendErrorsTo (string)

This is the To address when errors are emailed.

 

sendErrorsFrom (string)

This is the From address when errors are emailed.

 

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