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Distributing a configuration file to multiple users
The Configuration Wizard generates the configuration file InterviewPlayer.config based on the user provided settings. As an administrator, you might want to generate a single configuration file for use across multiple remote computer. This eliminates the need for each user to individually configure UNICOM Intelligence Interviewer through the Configuration Wizard, thus simplifying setup and reducing the potential for errors.
Creating and distribute a configuration file
1 Start the Configuration Wizard.
For more information, see Using the Configuration wizard.
2 Enter the configuration settings to be used across multiple computers. The Configuration Wizard generates the InterviewPlayer.config configuration file based on what you enter.
For more information, see Configuration wizard interface.
3 Distribute the InterviewPlayer.config file to each computer that will use the configuration you generated. By default, the InterviewPlayer.config file is in:
[INSTALL_FOLDER]\IBM\SPSS\DataCollection\<version>\UNICOM Intelligence Interviewer
4 Copy the file to the corresponding directory on each remote computer.
Changes made to the server cluster configuration in InterviewPlayer.config will be applied to the site configuration the next time that either the Interviewer Console or the Synchronization Console are run. When a server cluster is removed, it is only removed if it does not include any projects. Otherwise the server cluster is flagged as offline and is not removed from the system. This is because there might be un-synchronized project data in the removed cluster. Offline server clusters can be selected when signing into UNICOM Intelligence Interviewer; this provides access to imported offline projects.
HTMLDocType and HTMLOptions custom properties
You can change the HTMLOption and Doctype settings in theInterviewPlayer.config file that is in:
For more information about custom properties, see “HTMLDocType and HTMLOptions custom properties” in the UNICOM Intelligence Developer Documentation Library.
Configuration wizard