How to configure the backend

Host configuration options

In addition to the generic host configuration options, the Fonto Content Quality backend provides the following configuration options:

Option

Default

Required

Description

Analysis:DefaultAnalysisId

analysis.xml

No

The default analysis file to use when annotating.

WebProxy:Enabled

False

No

Enables or disables a proxy for all outgoing requests.

WebProxy:Address

(None)

No

The address of the proxy. The address must be an absolute URI containing a hostname and optionally a port.

WebProxy:UserName

(None)

No

The username for the proxy authentication.

WebProxy:Password

(None)

No

The password for the proxy authentication.

DangerousDisableHttpClientCertificateValidation

False

No

Enables or disables bypassing the certificate validation for all outgoing HTTP requests.

These options can be configured using any of the supported configuration providers. Information about configuration conventions might prove useful. When running the Fonto Content Quality backend using the Fonto Development Tools, configuring the options as environment variables in an .env file is supported.

Command line parameters

The Fonto Content Quality backend supports the following command line parameters:

Parameter

Default

Required

Description

--as-windows-service

(None)

No

Run the backend as Windows Service. Only available for self-contained builds on Windows.

Logging

Logging options can be provided using any of the supported configuration providers. Please refer to the logging configuration page for available options. In addition, the Fonto Content Quality backend supports an optional NLog configuration file. Information about how to configure NLog can be found in its official documentation.