DCR Open Case Manager Configuration
The DCR Open Case Manager can be configured in various ways:
- Instruction pages
Web.config contain a set of parameters in the appSettings area:
The settings are
|DCRActiveRepository||https://repository.dcrgraphs.net||The lURL of the DCR Active Repository|
|DCRActiveRepositoryUser||The service user accessing graphs|
|DCRActiveRepositoryUserPassword||The password of the service user|
|UseProcessEngine||true or false||if true DCR Open Case Manager use the process engine on premise and you need the obtain the engine from DCR Solutions.
if false DCR Open Case Manager use DCR Active Repository
|MUSGraphId||The id of the DCR graph to be used in the built-in MUS process|
|PersonalFileLocation||Location of personal documents stored in DCR Open Case Manager|
|InstanceFileLocation||Location of instance files stored in DCR Open Case Manager|
|FormInstructionHtmlLocation||html page for the form instruction|
|MUSInstructionHtmlLocation||html page for the MUS instruction|
|MUSLeaderRole||the role in the DCR Graph of the manager/leader|
|MUSEMployeeRole||the role in the DCR Graph of the employee|
|HideDocumentWebpart||true or false||hide the document web part on the instance page|
|NodeWordDocumentServer||the URL of the Node.js document server|
|DocFormServerUrl||https://form.dcrgraphs.net||URL of the DCR Form Server|
|RedirectUrl||location of the solution in Azure – if applicable|
|Tenant||directory/tenant in Azure – if applicable|
Instructions in DCR Open Case Manager is retrieved from the DCR graph description.
For MUS and Form two specific pages exists which are located as defined in Web.config – see above.
Localization files for specific languages are found in wwwroot/Scripts/Translations where localization files are named depending on the user locale. Currently we localize in two languages:
- Danish – da-DK.js
- US English – en-US.js
The file “DCR translations – data.csv” is a comma separated file for editing translations in Excel. Once done and modified we have a script that will generate the relevant language files.