Global Settings Page
Global Settings Page
The Settings page contains global settings and user management tools.
The Users tab displays the users that are authorized to access the application. This table includes the credentials for each user, as well as the role granted to each user. For more information, please see the User Roles page.
The Certificates tab displays a list of all certificates created, used, or managed by the application. This tab can be used as a reference to quickly determine which certificates are in use by which connectors in the Flow.
Note that the Certificates tab is only available at Enterprise and Unlimited license tiers.
The Admin API tab lists the IP addresses that are authorized to manage Arc via the Admin API. By default, only the local machine hosting Arc is permitted access to the Admin API.
Trusted IP Addresses
This section defines the IP addresses that are allowed to make connections. The following functions are available:
- Add Opens a modal to enter a new IP address range.
- Edit Opens a modal to modify the selected IP address range.
- Delete Deletes the selected IP address range from the list.
The following restrictions apply to this feature:
localhostcannot be modified or removed from the list.
- Ranges are supported. For example, the entry
188.8.131.52-15would indicate that IP addresses between
184.108.40.206would be allowed. Any IP addresses outside of that range would be rejected.
- Wildcard patterns are supported. For example, the entry
100.10.100.*would indicate that IP addresses beginning with
100.10.100would be allowed. Any IP addresses outside of that range would be rejected.
The Connections tab lists configured connection parameters that can be shared among multiple Arc connectors. This allows for centralized connection management and simplified configuration within individual connectors that connect to the same source using the same credentials.
To create a new share-able connection, use the Add button and select the connection target. The specific connection parameters depend on the target selected, but may require an OAuth redirection flow to get connected.
Once the shared connection is created, it can be selected from a connections dropdown menu in connectors that support shared connections.
The Single Sign-On tab contains settings that are necessary to link user authentication in ArcESB with identity providers that support OpenId, such as Azure AD.
Please see the Single Sign-On page for more information on SSO and user management.
The Advanced tab contains settings related to:
- Application performance
- Global error alerts via email
- Outgoing proxy configuration
- Log archival and cleanup
- Single Sign-On