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Index Configuration - Vision
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 1      About Futurama
 1.1        Version information
 1.2        Getting Started
 1.2.1          Futurama Website
 1.2.1.1            Behavior of Futurama regarding TimeOuts, Login and Logoff
 1.2.1.2            Replacing an existing Futurama Session
 1.2.2          Futurama Webservice
 1.2.2.1            warmUpDocuments
 1.2.3          Futurama Export
 1.3        Overview - Futurama Modules
 1.3.1          Overview - Futurama Accounts
 1.3.2          Overview - Futurama Server
 1.3.3          Overview - Futurama Monitor
 1.3.4          Overview - Futurama Insight
 1.3.5          Overview - Futurama Console
 1.3.6          Overview - Futurama Webservice
 1.4        Loadbalancing Futurama applications
 1.4.1          Getting the most out of Futurama Web using the Load-Balancer
 1.4.2          Application Request Routing
 1.5        Text management and Multi-language
 2      Installation – Configuration – Testing
 2.1        Installation - Futurama Website Edition
 2.1.1          Installation Futurama HTML
 2.1.2          Installation Futurama Monitor
 2.1.3          Installation Futurama Insight
 2.1.4          Installation Futurama Accounts
 2.1.5          Installation SAML2LoadBalancer
 2.2        Installation - Futurama Export Edition
 2.2.1          Installation Futurama Console
 2.2.2          Installation Futurama Server
 2.3        Installation - Futurama Webservice Edition
 2.3.1          Installation Futurama Webservice
 2.4        Installation Futurama Editor
 2.5        Configuration
 2.5.1          Configuration - Cache
 2.5.2          Configuration - Calculation
 2.5.3          Configuration - Debug
 2.5.4          Configuration - File manager
 2.5.5          Configuration - Fileproviders
 2.5.6          Configuration - Format
 2.5.7          Configuration - History
 2.5.8          Configuration - Identity Provider
 2.5.9          Configuration - Log
 2.5.10           Configuration - Mail
 2.5.11           Configuration - Mapping
 2.5.12           Configuration - Monitor
 2.5.13           Configuration - PlugIns
 2.5.14           Configuration - Rendering
 2.5.15           Configuration - ScenarioRecording
 2.5.16           Configuration - Security
 2.5.17           Configuration - Server
 2.5.18           Configuration - Vision
 2.5.19           Configuration - WebAPI
 2.6        Logging
 2.7        Troubleshooting
 2.8        Security - hardening
 3      Updating and file compatibility
 3.1        Updating Futurama - Compatibility behavior
 3.2        Converting Futurama documents
 3.3        12819 - DataTable file updates
 3.4        12889 - DataTable file updates
 3.5        Conversion web.config to .NET Framework 4
 3.6        Deprecated conversion formulas
 4      Futurama Editor - How to
 4.1        At first glance
 4.2        Developing in the Futurama Editor
 4.2.1          Working with objects
 4.2.2          Evaluating objects
 4.2.3          Finding objects
 4.3        Transferring objects
 4.4        Testing objects
 4.5        Validating objects
 4.6        Troubleshooting objects
 4.7        Advanced/special functionality
 4.8        Checking the layout of objects
 5      Futurama - Formulas
 5.1        Futurama Formulas - Date and time
 5.1.1          Date
 5.1.2          Day
 5.1.3          Days360
 5.1.4          Days360Excel
 5.1.5          DaysInMonth
 5.1.6          DaysInPeriod
 5.1.7          Min
 5.1.8          Max
 5.1.9          Month
 5.1.10           Now
 5.1.11           WeekDay
 5.1.12           Year
 5.2        Futurama Formulas - Math
 5.2.1          Abs
 5.2.2          Add
 5.2.3          Divide
 5.2.4          Floor
 5.2.5          Ln
 5.2.6          Log
 5.2.7          Log10
 5.2.8          Mod
 5.2.9          Multiply
 5.2.10           Pi
 5.2.11           Power
 5.2.12           Rand
 5.2.13           Round
 5.2.14           RoundDown
 5.2.15           RoundUp
 5.2.16           SquareRoot
 5.2.17           Subtract
 5.3        Futurama Formulas - Statistical
 5.3.1          AverageDeviation
 5.3.2          Beta
 5.3.3          Binomial
 5.3.4          Covariance
 5.3.5          Factorial
 5.3.6          Gamma
 5.3.7          GeometricMean
 5.3.8          Lognormal
 5.3.9          Max
 5.3.10           Median
 5.3.11           Min
 5.3.12           Normal
 5.3.13           StandardDeviation
 5.3.14           Uniform
 5.3.15           Variance
 5.4        Futurama Formulas - Text
 5.4.1          CalculateBase64Hashcode
 5.4.2          CalculateXmlHashcode
 5.4.3          Concatenate
 5.4.4          ConcatenateBase64
 5.4.5          ContainsText
 5.4.6          Convert.CSV.2.XML
 5.4.7          ConvertFromBase64
 5.4.8          ConvertToBase64
 5.4.9          ConvertXml
 5.4.10           DecodeURL
 5.4.11           DecryptXml
 5.4.12           EncodeURL
 5.4.13           EncryptXml
 5.4.14           Find
 5.4.15           HashBase64EncodedFile
 5.4.16           HashBase64EncodedFileWithBase64
 5.4.17           HashText
 5.4.18           HashTextWithBase64
 5.4.19           Left
 5.4.20           Len
 5.4.21           Linefeed
 5.4.22           Lower
 5.4.23           Mid
 5.4.24           Proper
 5.4.25           ReadConfigKey
 5.4.26           ReadDirectoryNames
 5.4.27           ReadFile
 5.4.28           ReadFileAsBase64
 5.4.29           ReadFileNames
 5.4.30           ReadFileWithEncoding
 5.4.31           ReadXPathScalar
 5.4.32           ReadXPathVector
 5.4.33           Repeat
 5.4.34           Right
 5.4.35           Substitute
 5.4.36           Trim
 5.4.37           TrimLeft
 5.4.38           TrimRight
 5.4.39           Upper
 5.4.40           ValidatePattern
 5.4.41           XsdMessages
 5.5        Futurama Formulas - Logical
 5.5.1          And
 5.5.2          IsEmpty
 5.5.3          If
 5.5.4          IsEqual
 5.5.5          IsEven
 5.5.6          IsGreater
 5.5.7          IsGreaterEqual
 5.5.8          IsIBANChecksumValid
 5.5.9          IsLess
 5.5.10           IsLessEqual
 5.5.11           IsMemberOfGroup
 5.5.12           IsNotEqual
 5.5.13           IsOdd
 5.5.14           IsValidXml
 5.5.15           Not
 5.5.16           Or
 5.5.17           ValidateNPR
 5.6        Futurama Formulas - Table
 5.6.1          FindNextRow
 5.6.2          FindPreviousRow
 5.6.3          FindRow
 5.6.4          Sort
 5.6.5          VLookUp
 5.7        Futurama Formulas - Document
 5.7.1          CountErrors
 5.7.2          GetPathToDataFiles
 5.7.3          GetPortNumber
 5.7.4          GetRelativePathToDataFiles
 5.7.5          GetSessionID
 5.7.6          IsLicenceAvailable
 5.7.7          ReadError
 5.7.8          ReadIdentityProviderResult
 5.7.9          ReadRequestIP
 5.7.10           ReadRequestParameter
 5.7.11           ReadUserAgent
 5.7.12           ReadVersionNumber
 5.7.13           SessionTimeOut
 5.7.14           URL
 5.7.15           UserName
 5.8        Futurama Formulas - Conversion
 5.8.1          Convert.Excel.to.XML
 5.8.2          ConvertJSONtoXml
 5.8.3          ConvertTextToDate
 5.8.4          ConvertTextToNumber
 5.8.5          ConvertToBoolean
 5.8.6          ConvertToDouble
 5.8.7          ConvertToLong
 5.8.8          ConvertToString
 5.8.9          FormatDate
 5.8.10           FormatNumber
 5.8.11           Value
 5.9        Futurama Formulas - Matrix
 5.9.1          AddMatrices
 5.9.2          AddScalarToMatrix
 5.9.3          Cumulative
 5.9.4          CumulativeProductMatrix
 5.9.5          Distinct
 5.9.6          DivideMatrices
 5.9.7          DivideMatrixScalar
 5.9.8          DivideScalarMatrix
 5.9.9          Exponent
 5.9.10           First
 5.9.11           Floor
 5.9.12           If
 5.9.13           Index
 5.9.14           Inverse
 5.9.15           IsEqual
 5.9.16           IsGreater
 5.9.17           IsGreaterEqual
 5.9.18           IsNotEqual
 5.9.19           IsLess
 5.9.20           IsLessEqual
 5.9.21           Join
 5.9.22           Last
 5.9.23           Length
 5.9.24           MatrixProduct
 5.9.25           Max
 5.9.26           MaxScalarMatrix
 5.9.27           Mean
 5.9.28           Mid
 5.9.29           Min
 5.9.30           MinScalarMatrix
 5.9.31           MultiplyMatrices
 5.9.32           MultiplyMatrixVector
 5.9.33           MultiplyScalarMatrix
 5.9.34           Percentile
 5.9.35           PowerMatrix
 5.9.36           PowerMatrixScalar
 5.9.37           PowerScalarMatrix
 5.9.38           ReadMatrixFromXml
 5.9.39           Repeat
 5.9.40           Replace
 5.9.41           Reshape
 5.9.42           ReverseCumulativeProductMatrix
 5.9.43           ReverseMatrix
 5.9.44           Size
 5.9.45           Split
 5.9.46           SquareRootMatrix
 5.9.47           Step
 5.9.48           SubtractMatrices
 5.9.49           SubtractMatrixScalar
 5.9.50           SubtractScalarMatrix
 5.9.51           Sum
 5.9.52           Transpose
 5.9.53           UnitMatrix
 5.9.54           Vector
 5.10         Creating custom formulas in Futurama
 6      Futurama - Objects
 6.1        Action
 6.2        Aggregation
 6.3        Button
 6.4        ChangeValue
 6.5        CheckBox
 6.6        ClearCache
 6.7        DatabaseField
 6.8        DatabaseView
 6.9        DataTable
 6.10         DateBox
 6.11         DocConverter
 6.12         Document
 6.13         Download
 6.14         DropDownList
 6.15         EmailConverter
 6.16         ExcelConverter
 6.17         FileSaver
 6.18         FileUploader
 6.19         Fixed
 6.20         Formula
 6.21         GraphConverter
 6.22         HTMLInclude
 6.23         InterfacesNode
 6.24         LogMessage
 6.25         Navigator
 6.26         Node
 6.27         RadioButton
 6.28         RadioGroup
 6.29         Range
 6.30         Reference
 6.31         SubDocument
 6.32         TextBox
 6.33         UserTable
 6.34         UserVariable
 6.35         WebLabel
 6.36         WebListBox
 6.37         WebPage
 6.38         WebPanel
 6.39         WebReference
 6.39.1           WebReference - WCF Configuration
 6.40         WebService
 6.41         WebSlider
 6.42         WordConverter
 6.43         XmlBuilder
 6.44         XmlConverter
 6.45         XmlField
 6.46         XmlNode
 7      Futurama - Vision References
 7.1        Data
 7.1.1          ReadData
 7.1.2          WriteMessage
 7.1.3          GetPersonIdentifiers
 7.1.4          CreatePerson
 7.2        DataStore
 7.2.1          DeleteDataItem
 7.2.2          DeleteDataItemHierarchy
 7.2.3          DeleteDataItems
 7.2.4          GetDataItem
 7.2.5          GetDataItemHierarchy
 7.2.6          GetDataItems
 7.2.7          StoreData
 7.3        Accounts
 7.3.1          Activate Account
 7.3.2          Change Account
 7.3.3          Create Account
 7.3.4          GetQuestion
 7.3.5          GetQuestions
 7.3.6          Login
 7.3.7          ReadData
 7.3.8          ReinitializeAccount
 7.4        General
 7.4.1          TestConnection
 8      Futurama Vision
 8.1        Installation Futurama Vision
 8.1.1          Installation Futurama Vision Management Site
 8.1.2          Installation or Upgrade of the Futurama Vision Database
 8.2        Futurama Vision Management Site
 8.2.1          Futurama Vision Management Site - Admin
 8.2.2          Futurama Vision Management Site – Security
 8.2.3          Futurama Vision Management Site – Skinning
 8.2.4          Importing data into Futurama Vision
 8.2.4.1            Importing data by webservice
 8.2.4.2            Importing data from a Zip-file
 8.2.4.3            Importing data with Futurama Vision Batch
 8.2.4.4            Futurama Vision Webservice Security
 8.2.5          Further processing of data into Futurama Vision
 8.3        Futurama Vision File manager
 8.4        Activity overview
 8.5        Storing data in Vision from a Futurama application
 8.6        Futurama Vision – Data
 8.7        Futurama Accounts - Management Site
 8.7.1          Futurama Accounts - Table in Vision Database
 8.8        Futurama Server - Management Site
 8.8.1          Special Futurama Server Jobs
 8.9        Futurama Register - Management Site
 8.9.1          Configuration - Futurama Register
 8.10         Retrieving AppEvents from Futurama Vision
 8.11         Adding CustomPages to Vision
 9      Futurama Intermediate Control Output (FICO)
 9.1        FICO example - Change/Add HTML headers
 9.2        FICO example - Change Graph
 9.3        HTML5 Template
 10       Futurama Web API
 10.1         Postbacks of Futurama webcontrols
 10.2         Retrieving Resources using Web API
 10.3         WebAPI Session management
 11       Tutorials - Overview
 11.1         Tutorials - Examples and Downloads
 11.2         Beginners
 11.2.1           Creating formulas with Futurama
 11.2.1.1             Exercise 1: Pythagorean Theorem (Easy)
 11.2.1.2             Exercise 2: Newspaper stall (Medium)
 11.2.1.3             Exercise 3: Recursive functions (Difficult)
 11.2.1.4             Exercise 4: Leap Year (Difficult)
 11.2.1.5             Exercise 5: The Guessing Game I (Medium)
 11.2.2           Creating a Website Application
 11.2.2.1             Exercise 1: Creating a Website (Easy)
 11.2.3           Styling your website with CSS
 11.2.3.1             Exercise 1: Adding CSS (Easy)
 11.2.4           Adding interactivity to your website
 11.2.4.1             Exercise 1: Summation (Easy)
 11.2.4.2             Exercise 2: The Guessing Game II (Medium)
 11.2.4.3             Exercise 3: Nationality (Medium)
 11.2.4.4             Exercise 4: Nationality - RepeatTarget (Medium)
 11.2.4.5             Exercise 5: Reversed Guessing (Difficult)
 11.2.5           Working with Tables
 11.2.5.1             Exercise 1: Average (Easy)
 11.2.5.2             Exercise 2: Boundary values (Difficult)
 11.2.5.3             Exercise 3: Standard Deviation (Medium)
 11.2.6           Reading and processing XML-data in Futurama
 11.2.6.1             Exercise 1: Shares (Medium)
 11.2.7           Adding Graphs in Futurama
 11.2.7.1             Exercise 1: World Population (Easy)
 11.2.8           Working with Actions in Futurama
 11.2.8.1             Exercise 1: Changing Colors (Easy)
 11.2.8.2             Exercise 2: On and Off (Medium)
 11.2.8.3             Exercise 3: The ChangeValue object (Difficult)
 11.2.8.4             Exercise 4: The Guessing Game III (Medium)
 11.2.8.5             Exercise 5: CheckBox (Medium)
 11.2.9           Multiple Pages and Navigation
 11.2.10            Using XSLT to display data
 11.2.10.1              Exercise 1: Overview Summation (Easy)
 11.2.10.2              Exercise 2: Persons (Medium)
 11.2.10.3              Exercise 3: Leap Year Overview (Difficult)
 11.2.11            Webservices in Futurama
 11.2.11.1              Exercise 1: Example (Easy)
 11.2.12            Creating a Webservice Application
 11.2.12.1              Exercise 1: Add (Easy)
 11.2.12.2              Exercise 2: Webservice Nationality (Medium)
 11.2.13            Creating a Console Application
 11.2.13.1              Exercise 1: Adding extra fields (Easy)
 11.2.14            Generating Documents
 11.2.14.1              Exercise 1: Tax Rate (Medium)
 11.2.14.2              Exercise 2: Tax Rates Table (Difficult)
 11.3         Advanced
 11.3.1           Responsive Design
 11.3.1.1             Exercise 1: Orientation
 11.3.1.2             Exercise 2: Target different screen sizes
 11.4         Older Tutorials (Futurama Version 3.2)
 11.4.1           Futurama Editor Tutorial 1: The first sum
 11.4.2           Futurama Editor Tutorial 2: An annuity
 11.4.3           Futurama Editor Tutorial 3: Working with tables
 11.4.4           Futurama Editor Tutorial 4: Modelling a DB pension plan
 11.4.5           Futurama Editor Tutorial 5: Working with XML
 11.4.6           Futurama Web Tutorial 1: Hello world
 11.4.7           Futurama Web Tutorial 2: Buttons and Actions
 11.4.8           Futurama Web Tutorial 3: Textboxes
 11.4.9           Futurama Web Tutorial 4: DropdownLists
 12       Miscellaneous
 12.1         Responsive website
 12.2         Reducing memory usage for XmlNodes and XmlFields
 12.3         Explaining caching for websites and webservices
 12.4         Certificates - basic information
 12.5         Performance XML operations
 12.6         Creating XSD files and using them in combination with Futurama
 13       Templates
 14       Safe2Save WebAPI Sample
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Configuration - Vision

Futurama-Vision
Developer
System-administrator
Futurama-Editor
Futurama-Webservice
Futurama-Website
Futurama-Export

Version: 4.3.0 +

Applicable to: Futurama Editor/Futurama Website

Description

The connection between Futurama and Futurama Vision is configured both within Vision and within Futurama. The configuration within Futurama is set in the configuration file of Futurama HTML or in the configuration file of Futurama Editor (developers will use both of these files).

Configuration

Settings

Within the <configuration> element the next code has to be included:

<configSections>
  <sectionGroup name="futuramaSettings">
    <section name="vision" type="ActuIT.Futurama.Config.VisionSection, ActuIT.Futurama.Engine,
             Version=1.0.0.0, Culture=neutral, PublicKeyToken=null"/>
  </sectionGroup>
</configSections>

Next to this code, also within the <configuration> element the next code has to be included:

<futuramaSettings>
	<vision connected="true" username="testuser" password="testpw" >
		<endpoint address="http://server/site/Services/VisionService.svc" binding="basicHttpBinding" 
	bindingConfiguration="HttpBinding_IVision" contract="ActuIT.Futurama.Vision.IVisionService"
	name="HttpBinding_IVision"/>
		<basicHttpBinding name="HttpBinding_IVision" maxReceivedMessageSize="1048576000"/>
	</vision>
</futuramaSettings>

The futuramaSettings element is the general part for more configuration settings. Within this element the vision element is set.

Explanation

Within the vision element some attributes can be set. Below the possible values of these attributes.

connected

To configure a connection with Vision, the value of this attribute must set to 'true'. The endpoint address 'http://server/site/Services/VisionService.svc' is the address to the VisionService.svc-file. Replace the 'server/site' part of the default url to the location of your VisionService. See 'Installation Futurama Vision Management Site' for the installation of the Management Site and the configuring of the url.

username/password (Futurama 19.02 +)

From Futurama 19.02 it is possible to secure the Vision Webservices (see this page). Securing is possible by using Forms Authentication or by using Windows Authentication. In the situation of Forms Authentication you need to supply the password when requesting a Vision Reference. The recommended way to do that is by using Windows authentication. If you request a Vision instance on a remote server you can also use a username and password. This will be passed to the Vision webservice as an attribute. Only use the username and password when using an HTTPS connection.

Configuring Futurama Vision with wsHttp binding

Introduction

You can apply a wsHttp binding to the connection from Futurama HTML to Futurama Vision. To do that you must apply the following sample settings to both sides of the connection. The server side is the Futurama Vision Management Site that is used. And the client side is the Futurama HTML or Futurama Editor that connects to Futurama Vision.

Sample config for Vision Management Site

<!-- in <system.serviceModel><services>-->
<service name="ActuIT.Futurama.Vision.WCF.VisionService">
	<endpoint address=""  binding="wsHttpBinding"
                    bindingConfiguration="Binding_IVisionService" 
			contract="ActuIT.Futurama.Vision.WCF.IVisionService">
		<identity>
			<userPrincipalName value="username" />
		</identity>
	</endpoint>      
</service>
<!-- in <system.serviceModel><services><bindings>-->
<wsHttpBinding>
	<binding name="Binding_IVisionService" maxReceivedMessageSize="1048756"  receiveTimeout="00:01:00">
		<reliableSession ordered="false" inactivityTimeout="00:10:00" enabled="false" />
		<security mode="Message">
			<message establishSecurityContext="false" />
		</security>
	</binding>
</wsHttpBinding>

Sample config for Futurama HTML or Futurama Editor

Note: in the following sample you need to replace address by the address of the Vision Management installation.

<!-- in <futuramaSettings> -->
<vision connected="true">
	<endpoint address="http://address/Services/VisionService.svc" binding="wsHttpBinding" bindingConfiguration="HttpBinding_IVision" 
	contract="ActuIT.Futurama.Vision.IVisionService" name="HttpBinding_IVision">
		<identity>
			<userPrincipalName value="username" />
		</identity>
	</endpoint>
	<wsHttpBinding name="HttpBinding_IVision" maxReceivedMessageSize="1048576000" receiveTimeout="00:01:00">
		<reliableSession ordered="false" inactivityTimeout="00:10:00" enabled="false" />
		<security mode="Message">
			<message establishSecurityContext="false" />
		</security>
	</wsHttpBinding>
	<behavior name="myBehavior">
	</behavior>
</vision>

Testing

The configuration of the connection with Vision can be tested. See below how to test. If you encounter problems, check the chapter 'Troubleshooting'.

Test the webservice

To test whether the connection with Vision is working check whether you can navigate in your browser to the endpoint address URL (see chapter 'Configuration', paragraph 'Settings' for the endpoint address). You should now see a screen stating that you have succesfully created a webservice.

Troubleshooting

If you encounter problems with the configuration check the sections below.

HTTP Error 404.3-Not found

The errormessage shows 'HTTP Error 404.3 - Not Found'. The page you are requesting cannot be served because of the extension configuration. If the page is a script, add a handler. If the file should be downloaded, add a MIME map.

The solution depends on the version of IIS that is running on your system. Check the version before continuing.

IIS 7.5

It is possible to install all missing MIME-types with a single command. To do this take the following steps:

  1. Open a Command Prompt
  2. Go to the directory C:\Windows\Microsoft.NET\Framework\v3.0\Windows Communication Foundation
  3. Execute the following command: ServiceModelReg.exe -i

After execution the missing MIME-type has been added and the webservice will work once more. If a Handler is missing see the next troubleshoot.

IIS 8.0

The problem can be resolved by adjusting the installation of certain Windows-parts. When doing a clean install these will not be set properly automatically.

  1. Go to Control Panel/Programs and Features/Turn Windows features on or off
  2. Select all the checkboxes at WCF Services

If you applied the solution for IIS 7.5 while your system has IIS 8.0 instead, the solution for IIS 8.0 will not work any more. First you have to undo the command belonging to IIS 7.5. This can be done with the uninstall-command: ServiceModelReg.exe -u.

Missing HandlerMappings

When requesting a webservice the error appears that type System.ServiceModel.Activation.HttpModule could not be loaded from assembly System.ServiceModel, Version=3.0.0.0, Culture=neutral, PublicKeyToken=b77a5c561934e089. This is because in IIS at the HandlerMappings not all .svc HandlerMappings exist. The ASP.NET 4.0 HandlerMappings have to be added.

The solution depends on the version of IIS that is running on your system. Check the version before continuing.

IIS 7.5

It is possible to install the missing HandlerMappings with a single command. To do this take the following steps:

  1. Open a Command Prompt
  2. 2.Go to the directory C:\Windows\Microsoft.NET\Framework\v4.0.30319
  3. 3.Execute the following command: aspnet_regiis -ir

By doing this IIS is again registered without altering the existing webapplications. In IIS at HandlerMappings a number of .svc HandlerMappings have been added.

Related Topics

- Cache: Settings regarding the caching of Futurama documents

- Debug: Settings to debug while developing with Futurama

- Format: Format settings of Futurama

- Identity provider: Settings how to use an external identity provider for determining the access to a website

- Log: Settings for displaying errors, warnings, information messages and developers messages

- Mail: Definition of the mailserver that is used to send e-mails with Futurama Vision

- Mapping: Settings for default locations of Futurama files

- Monitor: Settings for getting session information

- Rendering: Settings to allow Futurama to generate customized HTML

- Security: Additional possible security settings when using Futurama Website

- Server: Settings when using Futurama Export either in server or in batch mode

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Updated: 2018-11-06


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