Manage application advanced settings

The application settings Advanced sub-pane includes additional settings supporting targeting more specific features such as session time out, duration, content re-writing, certificate use and others.

To manage application advanced settings:

  1. Navigate to your Access Gateway instance and sign in.
  2. Select the Applications tab.
  3. Click Edit ().
    Info

    Note

    Clicking an application label in the Topology pane also opens the application for edit.

  4. Select the Settings tab.
  5. Expand the Advanced sub-pane.
  6. Modify one or more settings and click Done.

The Advanced pane includes:

Field Description Comments
Browser Session Expiration Application session is set to expire with the browser's session. Default: Disabled.
Idle Session Duration Destroys application session if user is idle for this duration. Default: 1h.
Format: #units
For example 60s, 30m.
Minimum 60s.
Maximum Session Duration Maximum application session duration.
Format number with d, s, m or h.
Default: 8h
Format: #units
Default unit is seconds if no unit specified.
Setting Maximum Session Duration equal to 0 (zero) disables maximum session timeout.

Deep Linking Dynamically redirect browser to application URI after sign in. If disabled, only redirect to Post Login URL after sign in. Default: Enabled
Enforce Deep linking Domain When enabled, Access Gateway only allows deep links that share the public domain name. If the deep link domain doesn't match, Access Gateway only uses the post login URL. Default: Enabled

Content Rewrite

Access Gateway attempts to rewrite URLs and redirects in application HTML content

Default: Enabled

Host header

Access Gateway sends the Host header to back end application.

Default: Disabled

Certificate Type

Create a wild card or host-only certificate.

Default: Enabled.
Create host-only certificate.

Debug mode

Puts this app into debug mode.
Useful for initial setup and troubleshooting. Can have significance impact on system performance and should be disabled in production systems

Default: Enabled

Maximum File Upload Size Maximum file upload size.
A value of 0 equals unlimited.

Default: 1MB

Note: To extend the send timeout associated with a large upload or downloads see Set large file upload/download time out.

Backend Timeout duration

0 is unlimited.

Minimum timeout for reads to back end system.

Default: 1m
Format: #units

Known Issues

Browser Session Expiration not respected

User experience: End users are unexpectedly redirected to custom URL/URI configured in Settings > Behaviors : no session/session expired when Idle or Maximum session limits are reached but Browser Session Expiration is enabled and the browser session has not expired.

Issue: Access Gateway is not respecting Browser Session Expiration enabled but rather acting on Idle and Maximum session timeouts while browser is still open.

Work around: Before enabling Browser Session Expiration, set idle and max session to something larger then expected browser session timeout. Save the changed setting. Reopen the application, and then set Browser Session Expiration enabled, save again.
For example, if an 8 hr browser session expected timeout, set idle >= 9h and Maximum session timeout 0 (doesn't expire). Then enable browser session expiration.