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WebSessionStartInfo Fields

  Name Description
public field AllocationGrowLoadRatioThreshold Indicates the upper threshold of available service capacity.
public field AllocationShrinkLoadRatioThreshold Indicates the lower threshold of available service capacity.
public field CanPreempt Indicates whether the session can be preempted. True indicates that the session can be preempted. This value is a Boolean. False indicates that the session cannot be preempted.
public field ClientConnectionTimeout Indicates the amount of time, in milliseconds, in which the client must bind to the service after creating the session.
public field ClientIdleTimeout The amount of time, in milliseconds, that the client can go without sending requests to the service, in Windows HPC Server 2008. The amount of time, in milliseconds, that a client application can go without activity or pending requests before the broker closes the connection, in Windows HPC Server 2008 R2.
public field Environments Indicates the values of the environment variables of the service host. The value is a Dictionary object that contains pairs of environment variable names and values.
public field ExtendedPriority Indicates the priority for the service job, using the expanded range of priority values in Windows HPC Server 2008 R2. This priority value is between 0 and 4000, where 0 is the lowest priority and 4000 is the highest.
public field JobTemplate Indicates the template to use to set the default values and constraints for the service job.
public field MaxMessageSize Indicates the maximum size, in kilobytes (kb) of a request or response message for the session.
public field MaxUnits Indicates the maximum number of resource units that the scheduler can allocate for the service job.
public field MessagesThrottleStartThreshold Indicates the upper threshold at which point the broker stops receiving messages from the clients.
public field MessagesThrottleStopThreshold Indicates the lower threshold at which point the broker begins receiving messages from the clients.
public field MinUnits Indicates the minimum number of resource units that the service job requires to run.
public field NodeGroupsStr Specifies a list of the node groups that define the nodes on which the service job for the session can run.
public field Password Indicates the password of the account under which the service job for the session should run.
public field Priority Indicates the priority to give to the service job for the session. For possible values, see the JobPriority enumeration. The default is Normal.
public field RequestedNodesStr Indicates the list of nodes that you request to run the service job for the session.
public field ResourceUnitType Indicates whether cores, nodes, or sockets are used to allocate resources for the service instance job. For possible values, see the SessionUnitType enumeration. The default is Core.
public field Runtime Indicates the run-time limit for the service job, in seconds.
public field ServiceJobName Indicates the name to display for the service job.
public field ServiceJobProject Indicates the project to use for the service job.
public field ServiceName Indicates the name of the SOA service to run on the nodes of the cluster.
public field ServiceOperationTimeout Indicates the amount of time in milliseconds that the service should try to perform operations before timing out.
public field ServiceVersion Indicates the version of the SOA service to which the session should connect.
public field SessionIdleTimeout Indicates the amount of time in milliseconds that the broker waits for a client to bind to the service after all previous client sessions ended, in Windows HPC Server 2008. Indicates the amount of time in milliseconds that the broker waits for client applications to connect to a session after all previously connected client applications time out, in Windows HPC Server 2008 R2. When this period elapses, the broker closes the session.
public field ShareSession Indicates whether more than one user can connect to the SOA session. This value is a Boolean. True indicates that more than one user can connect to the session, and anyone who can submit jobs based on the job template can send requests to the broker. False indicates the only one user can connect to the session, and only the person who created the session can send requests to the broker. The default is false.
public field Username Indicates the user name of the account under which the service job for the SOA session should run, in the form domain\user_name.
public field UseSessionPool Indicates whether or not the service job for the session uses a resource pool. A resource pool defines the proportion of cluster cores that must be guaranteed for specific user groups (or job types).




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2013-04-22

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