After a tap on the button in the main menu this panel is shown. See Section 4.2, “Menu”.
A tap on one of the options expands (or collapsed) the underlying section. The sections are described in the paragraphs below.
Theidentifies the application and database version. Please include this information when you contact support.
This section displays the license information with related links in green.
The . See Figure 4.4, “Admin Web App: Dashboard - Membership” for a summary of Membership Status values. See Chapter 21, SavaPage Community for an explanation about SavaPage Membership in general.section gives all the information about your Community Membership
Press the Import Dialog.button to start the
Select the Member Card file to be uploaded. The actual file selection trigger differs from browser to browser. The screenshot above is from the Chromium browser.
Press thebutton to start the import.
The progress of the import is displayed at the top of the dialog box.
Thebutton brings you back to the Community section.
Just in case, thebutton clears the messages and selected file.
Due to Admin Privileges the button might not be visible.
This section displays Java runtime information and file locations.
Press the button to clear the i18n cache, so changes in custom i18n files immediately take effect.
This section displays host name and IP address, the name, version and architecture of the host operating system and the GNU/Linux parameters described in Section 20.1, “Linux Kernel Parameters” and Section 20.2, “Linux User Limits”.
Thegives version information about the required and optional third-party software installed on the SavaPage host.
More information can be found at:
Before xptopdf and LibreOffice can be used they must be enabled. See Figure 4.122, “Admin Web App: Options - Converters”.