The System Settings menu gives you general information about the process engine. It enables users with system permissions to access certain system information, including telemetry, metrics, and license key. Provided that you are using the Enterprise Edition of the Camunda Platform, you can also insert your License Key.
Accessing the System Settings menu
The System Settings menu is only usable by users which are granted with All permission for authorizations.
The Diagnostics menu allows you to view and copy telemetry data about your environment or distribution of Camunda. The main purpose of the Diagnostics menu is to increase transparency by giving you easy access to important system telemetry information. In the event of an issue, this should also improve problem diagnosis by enabling you to quickly understand and share the Camunda environment you are running.
The Execution Metrics menu in Admin displays an approximate number of Flow Nodes Instances (FNI), Executed Decision Elements (EDE), Root Process Instances (RPI) and Executed Decision Instances (EDI) processed by the engine and Unique Task Workers (UTW) that were assigned to a user task in the selected time range.
Camunda License Key
Please note that this feature is only included in the enterprise edition of the Camunda Platform, it is not available in the community edition.
Some features of the Camunda Webapps (e.g. enterprise plugins) require a license key. To read more about the Camunda license key, please see the dedicated section of the docs. The following section explains how to activate a license through the Camunda Admin Webapp UI.
Whenever you see one of the following messages, a valid license key must be entered.
If you have administrator authorizations, insert your company’s license key for the Camunda Platform and view some License Key details such as the Company Id and the validity of the license key. The Admin system setting menu offers the possibility to enter additional licenses, for instance when your existing license is expiring and you want to enter a new license key.
If you do not have administrator authorizations, please contact your administrator so that they can enter the license.
In case you are running Camunda Platform locally, you can use this URL to enter the license key: http://localhost:8080/camunda/app/admin/default/#/system?section=system-settings-license