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; Site Configuration File ;
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;
; Lower-level settings for Omeka are defined here.
;
; The default settings should be correct for most Omeka users, but some
; setups may require some changes. People who are developing for or
; debugging Omeka may also change some of these settings.
[site]
;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;
; Localization ;
;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;
; locale.name
; The locale identifier used for translating and displaying Omeka.
; default: none
;
; The locale controls what language Omeka will be displayed in, and
; also how dates and other locale-sensitive data will be displayed.
;
; The locale identifier should be a valid ISO 639 language code,
; and optionally a valid ISO 3166-1 locale code.
; (Examples: "es" for Spanish, "en_US" for US English.)
;
; To enable translations, the identifier must also have a
; corresponding .mo file in the application/languages directory.
locale.name = ""
;;;;;;;;;;;;;
; Debugging ;
;;;;;;;;;;;;;
; debug.exceptions
; Throw exceptions for bad URLs.
; default: false
;
; This should only be enabled when debugging or developing for Omeka.
debug.exceptions = false
; debug.request
; Dump data about each web request to the browser.
; default: false
;
; The request data shows what routes and variables Omeka has parsed from
; each request.
debug.request = false
; debug.profileDb
; Enable the query profiler.
; default: false
;
; This will show metadata about the queries that were executed during
; each request.
debug.profileDb = false
; debug.email
; Send all log messages to an email address.
; default: ""
;
; Anything that would be logged will also be emailed to this address.
; If left blank, this feature is disabled.
debug.email = ""
; debug.emailLogPriority
; Apply a priority filter to emailed log messages.
; default: Zend_Log::ERR
;
; If an address has been set for debug.email, this setting filters the
; messages to only those of the given priority or higher.
debug.emailLogPriority = Zend_Log::ERR
;;;;;;;;;;;
; Logging ;
;;;;;;;;;;;
; log.errors
; Log errors and other information.
; default: false
;
; Errors, exceptions, and other messages will be logged to
; application/logs/errors.log (this file must be writable by the web
; server if logging is enabled).
log.errors = false
; log.priority
; The minimum priority level of messages that should be logged.
; When developing/debugging, use Zend_Log::DEBUG for debug() to work. This will record everything.
; default: Zend_Log::WARN (Logs warnings and above)
log.priority = Zend_Log::WARN
; log.sql
; Log SQL statements.
; default: false
;
; All SQL statements executed by Omeka will be included in Omeka's
; error log.
log.sql = false
;;;;;;;;;;;;
; Sessions ;
;;;;;;;;;;;;
;
; Omeka uses Zend Framework's session handling. A full list of
; available session configuration options can be found here:
; https://framework.zend.com/manual/1.12/en/zend.session.global_session_management.html
;
; Some options that are often useful for Omeka sites are included here.
; session.name
; Sets the name used for the Omeka session cookie.
; default: ""
;
; If left blank, Omeka will automatically select a unique session name.
session.name = ""
; session.saveHandler
; Determines how session data will be saved.
; default: no setting (uses the database for saving session data)
;
; Sessions are now stored in the database by default. To revert to the
; older method of storing session data in the filesystem, uncomment the
; following line.
; session.saveHandler = ""
;;;;;;;;;
; Theme ;
;;;;;;;;;
; theme.useInternalAssets
; Whether Omeka should use locally-stored asset files.
; default: false
;
; Omeka includes some asset files from external sources, such as Google by
; default. Set this to true if the Omeka installation does not have
; web access, and Omeka will instead serve local copies of these files.
theme.useInternalAssets = false
;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;
; Background Scripts ;
;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;
; background.php.path
; Path to PHP-CLI for running background processes.
; default: ""
;
; If left blank, Omeka will try to autodetect the right path. Set this
; to override the autodetected PHP path.
background.php.path = ""
; jobs.dispatcher
; How Omeka "jobs" will be executed.
; default: "Omeka_Job_Dispatcher_Adapter_Synchronous"
;
; Newer Omeka features and plugins use this setting to determine how
; long-running jobs will be run.
;
; The default setting should work for all installations, but may
; time out for longer jobs. On systems where the older PHP background
; processes worked, the BackgroundProcess adapter can be used instead
; of the Synchronous one.
jobs.dispatcher.default = "Omeka_Job_Dispatcher_Adapter_Synchronous"
jobs.dispatcher.longRunning = "Omeka_Job_Dispatcher_Adapter_BackgroundProcess"
;;;;;;;;
; Mail ;
;;;;;;;;
;
; For more info, see Zend Framework documentation on Zend_Mail:
; http://framework.zend.com/manual/en/zend.mail.html
; mail.transport.type
; The system Omeka will use to send email messages.
; default: "Sendmail"
;
; The default is to send mail using PHP's built-in mail() function.
mail.transport.type = "Sendmail"
; Uncomment some of the following lines (and comment the above line)
; to switch to SMTP for sending mail through Omeka. Your configuration
; may not require all of the options listed.
;
; mail.transport.type = "Smtp"
; mail.transport.host = ""
; mail.transport.port = ### ; Port number, if applicable.
; mail.transport.name = "" ; Local client hostname, e.g. "localhost"
; mail.transport.auth = "login" ; For authentication, if required.
; mail.transport.username = ""
; mail.transport.password = ""
; mail.transport.ssl = "" ; For SSL support, set to "ssl" or "tls"
; mail.force_from
; Force all outgoing emails to have the configured From address
; mail.force_from = ""
; mail.force_from_name
; If mail.force_from is set, use the configured friendly name in From
; mail.force_from_name = ""
;;;;;;;;;;;
; Storage ;
;;;;;;;;;;;
; Sample S3 cloud storage configuration
;
; The accessKeyId, secretAccessKey, and bucket options are all required.
; If the expiration option is set, files will be uploaded with "private"
; access, and Omeka will generate URLs that are only valid for a limited
; time. If the expiration option is missing or left commented out,
; uploaded files will always be publicly readable. Leave the forceSSL
; option commented out unless site is served over HTTPS-only *and* the
; the web browser is issuing mixed-content warnings.
;
; storage.adapter = "Omeka_Storage_Adapter_ZendS3"
; storage.adapterOptions.accessKeyId =
; storage.adapterOptions.secretAccessKey =
; storage.adapterOptions.bucket =
; storage.adapterOptions.expiration = 10 ; URL expiration time (in minutes)
; storage.adapterOptions.endpoint = ; Custom S3 endpoint (optional)
; storage.adapterOptions.forceSSL = 1 ; Boolean value (optional)
;;;;;;;;;;;;
; Security ;
;;;;;;;;;;;;
; ssl
; Secure Socket Layer support for Omeka.
; default: none
;
; Ensure that your server is properly configured before enabling this
; setting. Choose one of the following:
;
; "logins"
; Force SSL for login forms and login form submissions.
;
; "sessions"
; Force SSL for all authenticated users to protect sessions. Includes
; login forms.
;
; "always"
; Force SSL on across the entire site.
;
; ssl = "always"
; sslTrustProxy
; Whether the "ssl" setting should respect X-Forwarded-Proto headers.
; default: false
;
; This only has an effect if the "ssl" setting is enabled.
; Setting to true will cause Omeka to treat requests with the X-Fowarded-Proto
; header set to "https" as secure (meaning they won't be redirected).
;
; sslTrustProxy = true
;;;;;;;;;;
; Upload ;
;;;;;;;;;;
; upload.maxFileSize
; Set the maximum file upload size.
; default: 10M
;
; Uncomment the following line to set the maximum file upload size. This
; configuration will not exceed the maximum beyond what is set in the
; 'post_max_size' or 'upload_max_filesize' core php.ini directives.
;
;upload.maxFileSize = "10M"
;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;
; Derivative Images ;
;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;
; fileDerivatives.strategy
; Controls what method Omeka uses to create derivative images.
; default: Omeka_File_Derivative_Strategy_ExternalImageMagick
;
; The built-in strategies are ExternalImageMagick (the old default), Imagick
; (requires PECL ext/imagick), and GD (generally installed by default with PHP,
; but handles fewer formats). Others can be added by plugins.
;
;fileDerivatives.strategy = "Omeka_File_Derivative_Strategy_ExternalImageMagick"
; fileDerivatives.strategyOptions
; Specific settings for the configured derivative strategy.
;
; Subkeys to this entry specify each option.
;
; fileDerivatives.strategyOptions.page = "0"
; fileDerivatives.strategyOptions.gravity = "center"
; fileDerivatives.strategyOptions.autoOrient = true
; fileDerivatives.typeWhitelist[]
; If set, Omeka will only attempt to create derivatives for files with the
; given MIME types.
;
; This entry can be specified multiple times, once for each type in the list.
;
;fileDerivatives.typeWhitelist[] = "image/jpeg"
; fileDerivatives.typeBlacklist[]
; If set, Omeka will not attempt to create derivatives for files with the
; given MIME types.
;
; Both this blacklist and the whitelist can be set at the same time, but the
; whitelist will control.
;
; This entry can be specified multiple times, once for each type in the list.
;
;fileDerivatives.typeBlacklist[] = "image/jpeg"
;;;;;;;;;;;
; Updates ;
;;;;;;;;;;;
;
; versionNotifications
; Whether Omeka should prompt admin users about updates to plugins and themes
; default: true
;
; versionNotifications = false