Provides access to properties of a server object configuration.
|Description||Description of the server object configuration.|
|IsPooled||Indicates whether the server objects defined by this configuration are pooled.|
|Name||Name of the server object configuration.|
|TypeName||Type of the server object configuration (MapServer or GeocodeServer).|
CoClasses that implement IServerObjectConfigurationInfo
|CoClasses and Classes||Description|
|ServerObjectConfigurationInfo||The ServerObjectConfigurationInfo object which provides information about server object configurations to users without administrative privileges to the GIS server.|
The ArcGIS Server manages a set of server objects running across one or more host (container) machines. How those server objects are configured and run is defined by a set of server object configurations. Server object configurations can be added, removed and modified by users or developers who are members of the agsadmin users group, and therfore have administrator priviliges on the ArcGIS Server.
Users and developers who are not administrators also need access to the list of server object configurations and the set of their properties that are necessary for programming applications with them. Users that are members of the agsusers user group, but are not members of the agsadmin user group can get information about server object configurations using the GetConfigurtationInfos method on IServerObjectManager to get the IServerObjectConfigurationInfo interface. Note that GetConfigurtationInfos returns only server object configurations that are started.
IServerObjectConfigurationInfo provides read only access to a subset of the server object configuration's properties. These properties include:
Name: the name of the server object configuration
TypeName: the type of server object configuration (for example MapServer, GeocodeServer)
Description: the description of the server object configuration
IsPooled: inidicates whether the server objects described by this configuration are pooled or non-pooled
The properties listed above are those necessary for developers of server applications to make use of the various server objects configured on the GIS server.