Unless otherwise specified, all configuration settings on this page are to be made in the
.env file of the application in question. Each application has a file named
.env in its root directory.
- 1 Console
- 1.1 Operational Settings
- 1.2 Instance Settings
- 1.3 UI Settings
- 1.4 Data Storage Settings
- 1.5 Miscellaneous Settings
- 2 Dashboard
These settings govern the operations of the DreamFactory Enterprise™ system.
> Many of these settings are created at the time of installation. Changing them may cause your system to not function properly. Back up your original file and use caution when making any changes.
The cluster in which this system is included
The system user to use when running back-end shell scripts. Defaults to dfadmin.
Default prefix for email sent from console. Defaults to [DFE]
A string to prepend to non-admin created instance names.
The default cluster to use. Set at installation.
The default database to use. Set at installation.
The default provisioner to use. Defaults to 2, indicating DreamFactory
The hash algorithm to use system-wide. Defaults to sha256.
Enable the auto-registration "one-click" pipeline.
If admin credentials are required for blueprinting. Defaults to false.
If true, admin credentials are required to use of DFE Console command line utilities
An API key to use for communications instead of provisioning channel
The header to use when transmitting the API key. Defaults to X-DreamFactory-API-Key
By default, users are not able to self-register on the DFE Console. To change this behavior, set this variable to
When self-registration is disabled (the default), users are directed to specific route. The default is to send them back to the login page (
auth/login). Changing this variable selects the route to which users are redirected.
The URL for use when a Help button is clicked
The [bootswatch] theme to use for all auth pages (i.e. login, password reset, etc.). Defaults to darkly.
The [bootswatch] theme to use for non-auth pages. Defaults to yeti.
Data Storage Settings
The system gathers metrics daily for reporting. This information is kept for 365 days by default. Changing this variable will set the number of days which metrics information is kept.
By default, all user-created exports have a shelf life of 30 days. The daily maintenance task removes expired snapshots. If you wish to lengthen or shorten this time frame, simply change the value of this variable.
By default, a basic DFE installation does not have SSL configured. There are outside dependencies that are beyond the scope of the installation utility. However, once you're in possession of an SSL certificate and want DFE to produce https SSL URLs, change this variable to
By default, users are able to self-register on the DFE Dashboard. To change this behavior, set this variable to
By default, dashboard users are not allowed to upload their own personal export files. The system manages a list of exports it has created, and by default, users may choose only from that list.
If you wish to allow your users to upload their own export files, set the value of this variable