Application Configuration

Basic
Authentication
OAuth / OpenID Login
Mail / SMTP
Logging
Subversion
Notifications
Attachments
POP3 Mailbox
Languages

The application page is accessible by users with the Super User permission and is where the application wide settings are configured.

Basic

Title - the title is used in email templates, on the home page and appended to the page title of each web page in the application. This is used to set the name of your company or title you wish to related to your issue tracker.
Welcome Message - The welcome message is displayed on BugNET home page and can be used to display a customized message to users.
Default URL - The default url is used in RSS feeds and email templates to construct fully qualified urls.
Enable Gravatar - BugNET uses the Gravatar service to display user profile pictures if this is checked.

Authentication

User Account Source - Sets where the user accounts reside when using Active Directory or Windows SAM authentication. Selecting Windows SAM or Active Directory will show more configuration options regarding those choices.
None - Default when you are not using windows authentication, or active directory.
Windows SAM - Accounts are stored in the local Windows SAM
Active Directory - Accounts are stored in an active directory
User Registration - Configures if users can register new accounts in BugNET
None - users cannot register / create new accounts
Public - users can create new accounts and log in without email verification
Verified - users can register / create new accounts but must verify their account via email before they can log in.

OAuth / OpenID Login

For each supported authentication provider you can enable the provider, and set your consumer key and secret values. Once enabled and configured, a button for the configured service will display on the log in page and allow users to log in via their preferred service provider.

Facebook

Using Facebook authentication requires you to create a Facebook developer account, and your project will require an application ID and secret key from Facebook in order to function. For information about creating a Facebook developer account and obtaining your application ID and secret key, see http://go.microsoft.com/fwlink/?LinkID=252166.

Enable - enables the Facebook log in service provider
App Id - Enter the application id you have configured with Facebook
App Secret - The secret key generated for your App Id by Facebook

Twitter

Twitter authentication requires you to create a developer account, and it requires a consumer key and consumer secret in order to function. For information about creating a Twitter developer account and obtaining your consumer key and consumer secret, see http://go.microsoft.com/fwlink/?LinkID=252166.

Enable - enabled the Twitter log in service provider
Consumer Key - Enter the application id you have configured with Twitter
Consumer Secret - The secret key generated by Twitter

Google OpenID (Deprecated)

Note - Google OpenID is now deprecated and recommended you do not use this until we upgrade BugNET to use Google OAuth.

Enable - enables the Google log in service provider

Microsoft Account

Microsoft authentication requires you to create a developer account, and it requires a client ID and client secret in order to function. For information about creating a Microsoft developer account and obtaining your client ID and client secret, see http://go.microsoft.com/fwlink/?LinkID=144070.

Enable - enables the Microsoft account log in service provider
Client Id - Enter the Client Id you have configured with Microsoft
Client Secret - The Client Secret generated for you by Microsoft

Mail / SMTP

Please see the Configuring Email Notifications page for details on this configuration.

Logging

The logging section allows you to email errors to the admin user.

Email Error Messages - if checked BugNET will email error messages to the email address configured for the Admin user.
From Address - the email address that the error messages should come from. Useful if you would like to setup filtering in your email client.

Subversion

The subversion page controls settings related to the management of subversion repositories.

Enable Administration - if checked, projects can create tags and repositories from the project settings pages.
Server Root Url - the root url of your SVN installation
Root Folder - the root folder of your SVN installation
Hooks Executable Folder - The folder that contains your SVN hooks executable
Backup Folder* - the folder in which you would like your backups
Administrator Email - the email address of your SVN administrator

Notifications

Admin Notification User - The user which is used to send the email notifications in BugNET.

Attachments

Allowed File Extensions - A comma separated list of file extensions that should be allowed to be uploaded to BugNET. This is . (all) by default.
File Size Limit - The file size limit for uploaded attachments, default is 2024 bytes, 20 MB.

POP3 Mailbox

See the Configure Receiving Email with POP3 page for details on how to configure the POP3 mailbox functions.

Languages

The languages page shows which language is set as the default language in BugNET and shows a list of supported languages. The application default language is used until a user sets a preferred language in their profile.

Application Default - Sets the default language

Last edited Aug 20, 2014 at 6:02 PM by dubeaud, version 7