Configuring Firely Server¶
In this section we assume you have downloaded and installed the Firely Server binaries, and have obtained a license file. If not, please see the previous section and follow the steps there first.
The steps you followed to get started will provide you with a basic Firely Server, that runs on a standard port and keeps the data in a SQLite database.
If you need to adjust the port, or want to use a MongoDB, SQL or CosmosDB database, you can configure Firely Server by adjusting the Firely Server settings.
If you want to change the way Firely Server logs its information, you can adjust the Log settings.
- Firely Server settings
- Firely Server settings with Environment Variables
- Configure the Administration API
- Controlling the Conformance Resources
- Validating incoming resources
- Using the In-Memory storage
- Using MongoDB
- Using SQL server
- Using SQLite
- Using Microsoft Azure CosmosDB
- Configure http and https
- Cross Origin Resource Sharing (CORS)
- Log settings