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16.7 Settings/Environment Variables

The client executes in a Client/Server mode with the 4gl application. This separation is achieved using a TCP/IP connection.
When using the proxy, all the required settings are made by the proxy program.
If you want to start the 4gl application and have the client operate in Listen mode then you need to set these settings manually.
In order for a 4GL application to talk to the client, you need to tell Aubit4GL where the client is that it needs to connect to, by using the Clients IP address.
Setting A4GL_UI=XML makes Aubit4GL use the XML protocol required for communicating with the Client program.
You therefore need to set :
$ export AFGLSERVER=ip.addr.of.client
(You may also need to set A4GLPORT - although this default to the same values within the Client and the XML UI module.)
$ export A4GL_UI=XML

16.7.1 Debugging

If you export LOGPROXY=Y, Aubit4GL will write to the following files:
You can set the level of verbosity to a value between 1 and 9 with:
export PROXYDBGLVL=Y
These files are all valuable in debugging the behaviour of the Aubit4GL proxy server and its communication between the back end front end.
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