CSP Gateway Configuration Guide - InterSystems Documentation


CSP Gateway Configuration Guide - InterSystems Documentation

CSP Web Gateway Management Page



Non-Parsed Headers


Enable or disable HTTP KeepAlive connectivity for this path. Default is No

Action in which case the KeepAlive status is determined by the HTTP response

headers for each request.

Enable or disable Non-Parsed Headers protocol for this path. Default is Enabled

in which case HTTP response headers are streamed directly back to the client.

If this property is disabled, the response headers are submitted back to the

hosting web server. This gives the web server the opportunity to parse the

headers and invoke any output filters that may be indicated (For example the

Apache Group’s mod_deflate facility).

Server Parameters

Server parameters are described in the table below:


Default Server

Alternative Servers


Default Caché server to which the CSP Gateway connects for this application.

A list of alternative Caché servers and their purposes:

• Use for Load-Balancing (failover is implied for this option).

• Use for Failover only (if the default server is unavailable).

• Disabled (do not use the alternative servers under any circumstances).

Alternative Server # (Where

# denotes the server


List of alternative servers. The configuration screen shows only three empty

server slots at any one time, but you can define any number of alternative

servers. Each alternative server can Enabled or Disabled. Default is always

Enabled See more information in the “Load-Balancing and Failover” section.. Copying an Application Path Configuration

You can quickly configure a new application path by copying the configuration entry of an existing path and editing it.

This feature is also useful for fine-tuning a configuration. By creating a second (temporary) configuration for an application

path, you can test parameter changes without worrying about losing the original configuration.

To copy an existing application path configuration:

1. From the Web Gateway Management Main Menu, click Application Access.

2. On the Application Access screen, select an existing application path.

3. Select Copy Application.

4. Click Submit.

5. In the Application Path text box, enter a new and unique application path.

6. Click Save Configuration. The new application configuration takes effect as new user sessions are created for the new

application path. Existing users are unaffected. Disabling Access via an Application Path

Use this facility to prevent users accessing a configured application through this Gateway installation.

To disable access via an application path:

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