This section refers to the actual configuration workflow for using
In Server Setup | Extensions, define the extensions that should be "turned on" or "turned off". If you are planning to use functions related to an extension in your code, verify that the extension is turned on. If your extension has additional directives that are used to configure the extension's behavior, a configure link is included in the Directives column. Clicking this link leads you to the directives, pre-sorted to display the relevant directives.
The Directives page is accessed by clicking Server
Setup | Directives.
Here, you find all the directives relating to the extensions and components
loaded in your PHP. If you cannot find a directive in the directives page,
look in Server Setup | Extensions
or Server Setup
to check that the extension or component is "turned on".
See Adding Extensions for instructions on how to manually add an extension.
In Server Setup | Components,
In Server Setup | Debugger, define which hosts are allowed to connect to the server to use the Zend Debugger for debugging and which hosts are not allowed.
Rule Management | Monitoring, define
the rules to generate events in Monitor | Events.
Additional Monitor settings to define behavior (such as integration with
Zend Studio for Eclipse and Mail settings for forwarding event information
In Rule Management | Caching, define the rules to cache output based on a URL.