This section is aimed at SuperWEB2 system administrators. It contains information about configuring SuperWEB2.
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Add Databases and Tables
Table View Configuration
There are a number of configuration changes you can make to Table View, including disabling totals from being automatically added to tables, configuring annotations and footnotes, configuring quantiles and ranges, and setting the number of decimal places displayed in tables.
User Data Repository
The User Data Repository (UDR) is designed to allow SuperWEB2 users to save their own table design definitions so they can use them again the next time they login.
The default installation of SuperWEB2 uses an embedded H2 database to store the UDR, but this is only suitable for demonstration use. Some features are not supported with the embedded H2 database. For production use, you must replace the default database with a higher volume relational store such as SQL Server, MySQL or Oracle.
User Access and Restrictions
You can configure limits and restrictions on what users can do when connected to SuperWEB2. For example, you can restrict the number of saved tables that users can create and the size of the queries they can generate. Learn more...
This section also describes how to allow users to log in automatically as a guest, and configure direct URLs to allow users to quickly access specific databases or tables.
SuperWEB2's Map View enables users to visualise geographic data on maps. If you have geographic data, and you want to use Map View to visualise this data, you will need to configure mapping.
You can add descriptive metadata about databases, tables, and fields within tables to SuperWEB2. Once the metadata is set up, users can click the links in the SuperWEB2 interface to read the additional information about the data they are working with.
Multilingual and Localisation Support
SuperWEB2 supports multiple languages for both the user interface and the database.
The search function in SuperWEB2 allows users to quickly find what they need from the databases and tables in the catalogue. You will need to update the search index whenever you add or remove a database from SuperSERVER.
This section contains details about the SuperWEB2 configuration files. Learn more...
This section describes some configuration adjustments you might want to make to the Tomcat configuration. Learn more...
Reverse Proxy and Audit Logging
This section describes how to configure Tomcat and NGINX reverse proxy server. Learn more...
This section contains details about SuperWEB2's logging functionality. Learn more...