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System - 1

System - 1

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The System - 1 tab allows you to change crucial PhonePad system settings for both Local and Remote modes.  You should not change any of these settings unless advised to by Cybercom Software support.

 

 

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Special Settings




Force Buffer Flush

Windows caches data and can be slow to write them to the hard-disk.  This can result in messages taking a while to be available or updated.  This setting forces the operating system to write them, ensuring that the data is updated immediately.  It should be unnecessary to use this option as PhonePad does this inherently.



Strict Change Detection

Controls whether the database engine will use strict or lazy change detection. The default is False, or lazy change detection.



Lock Protocol

Controls whether the database engine will use a pessimistic or optimistic locking model when editing records.  The pessimistic locking model specifies that records should be locked when the record is retrieved for editing.  The optimistic locking model specifies that records should be locked when the record modifications are posted to the database table.  Using an optimistic locking model for remote connections to the PhonePad database server removes the possibility that dangling record locks will be left on the server if PhonePad is terminated unexpectedly.



Lock Wait Time

Controls the amount of time, in milliseconds, that the database engine will wait in-between lock attempts.



Lock Retry Count

Controls the number of times the database engine will retry a record or table lock before reporting a lock error.

 

 

The Reset button resets all values on this screen back to their default values.