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Configuring an Integrate Package's Status

As discussed in the introductory page for Integrate Packages, packages have statuses and they can be changed by starting or stopping a package. In order to start or stop a package, simply follow the steps below:

  1. If you're using Coder Studio, you can select multiple packages to start or stop by pressing the Command button while clicking the package's names in the Coder Navigator view.
  2. Right click on the package you want to start or stop. If you've selected multiple packages, right clicking on any one of them will suffice.
  3. Select Start or Stop, depending on what you need to do.

Stopping an Integrate Package

Stopping an Integrate Package

If the package you want to start or stop has packages that depend upon it or is dependent on other packages, TORO Integrate will perform extra steps so as to ensure it satisfies the dependency requirements of all related packages and the target package itself:

  • If called to start, TORO Integrate will attempt to start the package dependencies of the dependent package first before starting the package itself.
  • If called to stop, TORO Integrate will attempt to stop the packages dependent on the target package first before stopping itself.

Disabling Auto-Start

TORO Integrate, when it starts up, automatically starts up all enabled packages as well. To disable this behavior:

  1. Stop the package you want to configure.
  2. Right click on the package you want to confige and then select Configure from the context menu.
  3. Uncheck the Auto Start checkbox.
  4. Save the change by pressing ⌘S.

Auto-stop

When TORO Integrate shuts down, it also stops all enabled packages if they aren't already stopped.

Disabling a Package

Disabling a package is as simple as setting the Enable property to false. To do this:

  1. Stop the package you want to configure.
  2. Right click on the package you want to confige and then select Configure from the context menu.
  3. Uncheck the Enable checkbox.
  4. Save the change by pressing ⌘S.