From Version 2.0.40, this new feature will added to bring more facilities when a specific configuration needs to be changed. Instead of modifying some specific values on php.ini or env.ini which from version 2.0.39 is not included anymore inside ProcessMaker installation, this brings the option to modify any value. Only users, such the "admin", who has the PROCESSMAKER_ADMIN role will have the access to this new option.
env.ini was deleted, modifying one of the values explained below, the file will be created at:
With the new value modifying on System.
Managing the System option from the ADMIN tab
Go to ADMIN tab and then go to System option:
By clicking on that option, on the right side of the screen the System Settings with all the available options will display:
Changing The Default Skin
This option allows to change the current skin amongst the others listed on the dropdown. All skins added into ProcessMaker will be listed on this option:
When a the skin is chosen, ProcessMaker will force to login again to apply changes by displaying the following confirm box:
Now it will be redirected automatically to the new Skin:
Changing the Default Language
This option allows to change the current language to the ones listed on the dropdown. All languages exported on Languages option will be listed here:
Note:The language that is set by default applies directly when the domain is entered (eg - http://127.0.0.1:8081), the system reads the configuration and redirects the link to the selected language (eg - http://127.0.0.1:8081/sys/en/classic/login/login [^]), it should be emphasized that this configuration is for all workspaces.
To apply changes ProcessMaker will force to login again.
Changing The Time Zone
According to the location where ProcessMaker has been installed, time zone may be changed. The list of all time zones available will be displayed on the dropdown:
Note: Sometimes when a Time Zone is changed on this option, the same Time Zone is not saved on the
php.ini file, so it's strongly recommended to check if the Time Zone in the
php.ini file (see image below)is the same than the one selected here.
To apply changes, ProcessMaker will force to login again.
Set the maximum amount of memory available for each login session in ProcessMaker. It is not recommended to set this value to less than "100M", which is the default. If generating large Output Documents, it may be necessary to increase this value.