Sleeping Development Environment

  

I have noticed that if you do not login to OutSystems for an extended period of time, your development environment goes to sleep. 

My question is if your account goes to sleep and you have an app published to the Google Play Store, are the database entities still functional? If not is there a way to prevent your development environment from sleeping?

Hi Nicolas,


The best way to prevent it from going to sleep is to have developments being done in your applications from time to time.

Also as mentioned in the documentation if there are accesses from end users to your application it also doesn't go to sleep. This at the moment only applies to Responsive Applications, not Mobile.


Regards,

João Rosado

João Rosado wrote:

Hi Nicolas,


The best way to prevent it from going to sleep is to have developments being done in your applications from time to time.

Also as mentioned in the documentation if there are accesses from end users to your application it also doesn't go to sleep. This at the moment only applies to Responsive Applications, not Mobile.


Regards,

João Rosado

Dredging up an old thread but just a note that end users accessing your personal environment does NOT seem to stop it from going to sleep. Our organisation has a full cloud environment, but I also use the personal environment for testing and a couple of personal apps and even though they get used regularly the environment goes to sleep. Would be nice to be able to keep it awake as even though I program in Outsystems all day every day I don't go into dev mode in the personal environment very often but do use the apps in it, and no they are not mobile apps.