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General security settings properties

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General security settings properties

Security settings provide several properties to control the level of security on your instance.

There are two ways to set or change general security settings properties.
  • Navigate to System Properties > Security.

    Options on the Security page are Yes or No.

  • Navigate to the sys_properties.list and search for the property you want to set or change.

    Options in the System Properties table [sys_properties.list] are true or false.

Table 1. General security settings
Property Description Default
Escaping and embedded script support Allow support for embedding HTML code using the [code] tag. Yes Allow embedded HTML (using [code] tags) to contain Javascript tags.
glide.ui.escape_all_script Force all expressions within Jelly <script> tags to be escaped by default.
Attachment Limits and Behavior
com.glide.attachment.max_size Maximum file attachment size in megabytes.
glide.attachment.role List of roles (comma-separated) that can create attachments.
glide.attachment.extensions List of file extensions (comma-separated) that can be attached to documents via the attachment dialog. Extensions should not include the dot (.) for example, xls, xlsx, doc, docx. Leave blank to allow all extensions.
glide.ui.strict_customer_uploaded_static_content When set to Yes, turns on the ability to restrict the types of files that can be downloaded when they have been uploaded using the Upload File functionality of the platform. Used with glide.ui.strict_customer_uploaded_content_types.
glide.ui.strict_customer_uploaded_content_types When the glide.ui.strict_customer_uploaded_static_content_types parameter includes a list of comma-delimited files, which are the only file types that can be downloaded as static content from an instance.
glide.ui.attachment.force_download_all_mime_types Force download of all attachment files. Must be set to Yes to activate MIME type checking for uploads (all versions Eureka and up). Enables (Yes) or disables (No) mime type validation for file attachments. File extensions configured via glide.attachment.extensions are checked for MIME type during upload.
Security Manager and Options Security Manager. Security manager default behavior in the absence of any ACLs on a table. Double-check security on inbound transactions during form submission (rights are always checked on form generation). Check conditions on UI actions before execution. Normally conditions are checked only during form rendering. Enforce create (as opposed to write) rules on new records. Display an explanation on locked form elements.
glide.ui.forgetme Remove Remember me check box from login page.
glide.ui.secure_cookies Enable secure session cookies: Enable additional cookie security. If Yes, strict session cookie validation is enforced. With version 3 cookies enabled, additional security requirements are also enforced.
glide.secure_cookie.debug Secure session cookie debugging. Yes to enable extensive debug logging of secure session cookie operations.
Security restrictions for execution of scripts originating from the client
glide.script.use.sandbox Run client-generated scripts (AJAXEvaluate and query conditions) inside a reduced-rights sandbox. If Yes, only those business rules and script includes with the Client callable check box set to Yes are available, and certain back-end API calls are disallowed.
glide.script.allow.ajaxevaluate Enable the AJAXEvaluate processor. Apply standard security ACLs to AJAXGlideRecord calls. Yes for new instances and upgrades. If Yes, cannot be changed to No.
com.glide.communications.trustmanager_trust_all By default, the instance trusts a certificate's Certificate Authority (CA). Ensures that the instance accepts self-issued certificates. To validate a certificate's CA, set the system property to No.
glide.outbound.sslv3.disabled When active, outbound connections from an instance are forced to use TLS instead of SSL.