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Tryton 3.4 config file (based on debian package)
# /etc/tryton/trytond.conf - Configuration file for Tryton Server (trytond)
#
# This file contains the most common settings for trytond (Defaults
# are commented).
# For more information install the tryton-server-doc package and read
# /usr/share/doc/tryton-server-doc/html/index.html
# and accordingly
# /usr/share/doc/tryton-server-doc/html/topics/configuration.html
[database]
# Database related settings
# The URI to connect to the SQL database (following RFC-3986)
# uri = database://username:password@host:port/
# (Internal default: sqlite:// (i.e. a local SQLite database))
#
# PostgreSQL via Unix domain sockets
# (e.g. PostgreSQL database running on the same machine (localhost))
#uri = postgresql://tryton:tryton@/
#
# PostgreSQL via TCP/IP
# (e.g. connecting to a PostgreSQL database running on a remote machine or
# by means of md5 authentication. Needs PostgreSQL to be configured to accept
# those connections (pg_hba.conf).)
#uri = postgresql://tryton:tryton@localhost:5432/
# The path to the directory where the Tryton Server stores files.
# The server must have write permissions to this directory.
# (Internal default: /var/lib/trytond)
path = /var/lib/tryton
# Shall available databases be listed in the client?
#list = True
# The number of retries of the Tryton Server when there are errors
# in a request to the database
#retry = 5
# The primary language, that is used to store entries in translatable
# fields into the database.
#language = en_US
[ssl]
# SSL settings
# Activation of SSL for all available protocols.
# Uncomment the following settings for key and certificate
# to enable SSL.
# The path to the private key
#privatekey = /etc/ssl/private/ssl-cert-snakeoil.key
# The path to the certificate
#certificate = /etc/ssl/certs/ssl-cert-snakeoil.pem
[jsonrpc]
# Settings for the JSON-RPC network interface
# The IP/host and port number of the interface
# (Internal default: localhost:8000)
#
# Listen on all interfaces (IPv4)
#listen = 0.0.0.0:8000
#
# Listen on all interfaces (IPv4 and IPv6)
#listen = [::]:8000
# The hostname for this interface
#hostname =
# The root path to retrieve data for GET requests
#data = jsondata
[xmlrpc]
# Settings for the XML-RPC network interface
# The IP/host and port number of the interface
#listen = localhost:8069
[webdav]
# Settings for the WebDAV network interface
# The IP/host and port number of the interface
#listen = localhost:8080
[session]
# Session settings
# The time (in seconds) until an inactive session expires
#timeout = 3600
# The server administration password used by the client for
# the execution of database management tasks. It is encrypted
# using using the Unix crypt(3) routine. A password can be
# generated using the following command line (on one line):
# $ python -c 'import getpass,crypt,random,string; \
# print crypt.crypt(getpass.getpass(), \
# "".join(random.sample(string.ascii_letters + string.digits, 8)))'
# Example password with 'admin'
#super_pwd = jkUbZGvFNeugk
[email]
# Mail settings
# The URI to connect to the SMTP server.
# Available protocols are:
# - smtp: simple SMTP
# - smtp+tls: SMTP with STARTTLS
# - smtps: SMTP with SSL
#uri = smtp://localhost:25
# The From address used by the Tryton Server to send emails.
#from = tryton@localhost
[report]
# Report settings
# Unoconv parameters for connection to the unoconv service.
#unoconv = pipe,name=trytond;urp;StarOffice.ComponentContext
# Module settings
#
# Some modules are reading configuration parameters from this
# configuration file. These settings only apply when those modules
# are installed.
#
#[ldap_authentication]
# The URI to connect to the LDAP server.
#uri = ldap://host:port/dn?attributes?scope?filter?extensions
# A basic default URL could look like
#uri = ldap://localhost:389/
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