HCL Workload Automation, Version 9.4

Managing Dynamic Workload Console settings repository

User settings like user preferences, saved tasks and engine connections are stored in the settings repository, which by default is a local file. However, you can change this setting and use the database settings repository for all Dynamic Workload Console operations that involve user settings. This can be useful, for example, for scalability purposes or to have multiple Dynamic Workload Console instances sharing the same user settings.

To use a database as your settings repository, you must configure the database settings, as described in the sections about changing and sharing the settings repository, in the Dynamic Workload Console User's Guide.