Configure Domain Separation

You can set domain separation configuration options, such as selecting the domain table and enabling delegated administration. You can also view domain alerts.

  1. Navigate to Domain Admin > Configuration.
    The Domains Configuration page appears.
    Domains configuration page
  2. Configure the following Domain Separation options:
    Field Description
    Domain Table Shows the table containing domain names. By default, the system uses the Domain [domain] table. Click Change domain table to change the table.
    Change domain table Select the table containing domain names for domain separation. You can select any existing table. By default, the system uses the Domain [domain] table.
    Warning: No domain can have the name global. Verify that the name global is not used in any of the domain names in the table before saving the domain configuration.
    Domain Validation Shows the status of last domain validation run. Click Validate domains hierarchy to run Domain Validation. See the Domain Alerts section or the syslog_domain table to view any warnings or errors in detail.
    Validate domains hierarchy Run the domain validation. See Validate domain hierarchy.
    Show tables with sys_domain field Show all the tables with the Domain field. Lists all the Dictionary Entries of tables with the Domain [sys_domain] field.
    Domain Progress Workers Lists any currently running conversion or validation processes.
    Domain Alerts Lists any information, warning, or error messages relating to domain separation. You can also find this information in the syslog_domain table.
    Enable Domain Separation Select whether to enable or disable domain separation. By default, domain separation is enabled. You can manually disable domain separation with this setting. However, the sys_domain column is still present on any table it was added to. This option maps to the glide.sys.domain.partitioning system property.
    Enable Delegated Administration Select whether to enable or disable delegated administration. Activating the plugin automatically enables delegated administration. You can manually disable delegated administration with this setting. This option maps to the system property glide.sys.domain.delegated_administration. This property controls process separation.
    Enable verbose domain logging Select whether to enable additional debugging information for domain separation. This option maps to the system property glide.sys.domain.verbose.
    Note: When both glide.sys.domain.delegated_administration and glide.sys.domain.partitioning are disabled, all domains are disabled. Users logging in have their session domain set to global.