Advanced Options when creating a new application

Using the Advanced options tab when creating a new application provides three useful features for advanced application creation.

  • Custom shell username. Six character limit but you can choose what it is instead of a randomly generated one.
  • Custom app admin and MySQL password. Provides you the freedom to enter your own password instead of relying on a random one.
  • Custom subdomain or full domain. For this field you can enter a custom subdomain of dev.webenabled.com or you can enter a full domain name such as www.acme.com. The system will automatically detect your choice and adjust accordingly. If you don't enter anything in this field, but enter a custom shell username then the shell username will be used for the subdomain of dev.webenabled.com instead of a randomly generated one.

Let's take look at some examples with some screenshots.

1. Custom shell username, App admin password, and subdomain

Advanced options example 1.

2. Custom shell username, App admin password, and domain name

Advanced options example 2.

3. Custom shell username, App admin password, and subdomain that is the same as the shell username

Advanced options example 3.

4. Random shell username, Custom App admin password, and random subdomain

Advanced options example 4.