|Database Type||Select the type of the database. User can choose between Development, Test, Pre-Production and Production.|
|Database Code||(Optional) This field can be used to select the database for Object Manager Advanced to work with. By default, this field contains the name of the database where you installed Object Manager Advanced. Before you can select a database, you need to set up the database list.|
More info: Databases
|Update Where Used||Choose how the program must update the Where Used data for Object Manager. Possible options are:|
|Base Language||This field displays the language that is used as base language in the Translation Tool.|
More info: Translation Tool
|Use Indirect Permissions||Select this checkbox to enable modification of data in tables that have indirect permissions.|
|Version||This field displays the version of Object Manager Advanced that you installed.|
|Web Service Published||This field indicates if the OMA Web Services are published.|
More info: Web Services
|Web Service Response Type||This field displays the format of the responses in the Web Services. You can choose between JSON and XML.|
More info: Web Services
|Shared Path||Object Manager Advanced would assume that client and server are located on the same machine. This setting is used to skip three-tier routine when working with files. Select this checkbox to use the working folder as shared folder, instead of the TMPDIR from NAV.|
|Working Directory||Enter a path to the directory where Object Manager Advanced will store temporary files.|
|Editor||This field displays the editor that is used to edit objects inside OMA. You can choose between Object Manager or Navgate.|
More info: Navgate
|Snippet Folder||See Navgate manual for more information|
|Specification File||See Navgate manual for more information|
|Default UID Offset||The starting number that new elements get when added with Navgate.|
See Navgate manual for more information
|Object Cache (MB)||See Navgate manual for more information|
|Project Tag Doc. Trigger||The format of the tags that are added to objects when assigning modifications.|
More info: Add Project Tags
|Modification Tag||See Navgate manual for more information|
|Modification Start Tag||See Navgate manual for more information|
|Modification End Tag||See Navgate manual for more information|
|Insert Project Tag||You can choose if the project tags are added to the begin or the end of the documentation of the object.|
|Trace Modifications||Every time an object changes, the SQL trigger will add a record to the modifications table.|
|Process Modifications||This field displays if new modifications will be processed.|
|Process Modifications Interval (sec.)||Number of seconds between each time that the Object Manager looks for new changes.|
|Group Modifications Period (sec.)||The number of seconds that several modifications will be grouped as one. If this setting if set to 60 you will have maximum one modification record per object per minute in the modification table.|
|Set Modification Flag to False|
These settings will be explained in chapters Projects and Transports.
For more information about marking and locking, refer to the Marking and Locking section of the Object Explorer chapter later in the guide.
These settings will be explained in chapter Source Control.
ExecutablesThese settings will be explained in chapter Source Control.
See chapter Check Guidelines for more info.
|Mail Type||Choose whether Object Manager Advanced must send e-mail notifications through Outlook or SMTP.|
|SMTP (group of fields)||If you select the SMTP mail type, provide the appropriate credentials, port and SSL cert if applicable.|
To test the mail setup, click Send Test Mail on the ribbon. The program will send a test e-mail to the current Microsoft Dynamics NAV user.