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This wiki guide provides a step-by-step instruction for managing drivers using the product interface, including creating a new custom driver and editing an existing one.
Before you start managing your drivers, it is important to note that administrative privileges are required. Only users with administrator rights can perform actions such as creating, editing, or deleting drivers.
Creating a Custom Driver
Follow the steps below to create a new custom driver:
- Navigate to the
Administrationpage of the interface.
- Select the
- Click on the
- A form will appear in which you will have to fill in the necessary fields with the appropriate information.
- Once completed, click
Your new custom driver should now be successfully created.
Uploading Binary Files
In order to make your new driver functional, you will need to upload the
.jar binary files. This is how you can do it:
- Locate your newly created driver on the
- You can filter for your custom drivers by checking the relevant checkbox in the table filters.
- Click on your custom driver to open it.
- Navigate to the
Upload Files, then select your
- Confirm that your files have appeared in the table.
Once the binary files have been uploaded, your custom driver will be ready to use. Whenever you need to access it, it can be selected from the driver list.
Editing an Existing Driver
You can also edit any existing driver. By following these the steps:
- Open the desired driver from the
- Modify the fields as required.
Saveto preserve your changes.
Your driver is now updated and can be continued to be used with the modified settings.
Please note: Ensure you have the appropriate permissions and are aware of the potential impact before proceeding with these modifications.
Drivers have 3 available filters:
- Custom/default driver
- Driver state (enabled/disabled/all)
In order to see all filters, you must click a filter button:
Drivers can be disabled in the
Server configuration tab