amaGama has some settings that allow to tune how it behaves. Below you can see a detailed description for each setting and its default values.
amaGama settings are stored in
Settings to define amaGama server behavior.
Indicates if the debug mode is enabled.
Indicates the secret key to use for keeping the sessions secure.
Indicates if the web interface is enabled.
Indicates if the part of the amaGama API that allows data to be altered is enabled.
This doesn’t affect to the part of the API that is used to perform queries that don’t alter the data. For example retrieving translations is always enabled.
Settings used for connecting to the amaGama database.
Hostname of the server where the amaGama database is located.
amaGama database name.
Password for the amaGama database user.
Port number where the database server holding the amaGama database is listening.
User name for connecting to the amaGama database.
Settings for the database pool.
Maximum number of connections that the pool database will handle.
Number of connections to the database server that are created automatically in the database pool.
Settings for Levenshtein algorithm. See Levenshtein distance for more information.
The maximum number of results returned. This can be overridden by providing another value using a query string.
Maximum length of the string. If the string length is higher then it won’t be matched neither returned in the results.
The minimum similarity between the string to be searched and the strings to match.
This can be overridden by providing another value using a query string, but there is a hardcoded minimum possible value of
30. If a lower value is provided then
30 will be used.