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PA-specific APS Classes

Parallels Automation supports all standard classes from Application Packaging Standard (APS) Format Specification v1.2. The list below contains non-standard classes of settings and their groups which are specific for APS Controller implementation in Parallels Automation. Being directed by these classes, PA fills correspondent settings by appropriate data automatically.

Class

APS Metadata Object

Description

action

Entry point

Entry point with this class perform a specific action or change a status of an external service.

display-name

Setting

Display name of a Service User

given-name

Setting

First part of display name of service user

family-name

Setting

Second part of display name of service user

organization-name

Setting

Name of customer’s organization

domain-name

Setting

Domain of application

access_point

Setting

URL for entry points building. The setting value may be overridden by branded URL of application

status

Setting

A setting used to pass variable values of action links to a configuration script.

status_condition

Setting

 

subscription_trial

Setting

Trial subscription flag (true or false).

subscription_id

Setting

Unique subscription ID.

tz

Setting

Time zone of customer in format of Olson database.

email-on-application-domain

Setting

Email account. The username part is defined by the user, and the domain part is displayed as a dropdown box and initialized with domains associated with the application.

managed-by-account

Setting

Service access level that enables a Service User to activate a sub-service under a root account service (a Customers record in PA that keeps details on resources and transactions related to all Service Users (employees) belonging to the same Customer (organization).

order

Setting

The order in which a service is distributed among users.

branding

Setting Group

Group of setting, which values may be customized in application brand.

instance-list

Setting Group

Group of setting, which values are displayed in list of service instances

As defined in the APS Specification, settings may be hidden and protected (see 5.2.5 Service Settings in APS Specification) These attributes are common for any APS-compliant hosting platforms, though combination of their values for the same setting may affect its display and initialization, which is specific only for PA. See example in Packaging SpamExperts Incoming Email Security Firewall Application.

Visibility

Protected

Setting Value

visibility='hidden'

unspecified

Default

visibility='hidden'

protected='true'

Initialized by the configuration script

unspecified

unspecified

Default or input by the Customer

unspecified

protected='true'

Default

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