The following properties are required for the plugin to work: = <CatDV server hostname>
catdv.rest_api.port = <CatDV API port>
catdv.rest_api.user = <CatDV API user>
catdv.rest_api.password = <CatDV API user password>
catdv.rest_api.client_key = <generated licence key for plugin API usage>

Typical values for a development machine would be:
localhost, 8080, Administrator,

** If the password is blank, do not include the password property.

In addition, the following optional properties can also be set:

catdv.service.api_timeout = <time_period_in_milliseconds>
Determines the timeout period after which the current connection to the
CatDV API will be assumed to have timed out and therefore be replaced
with a new connection (this is to pre-empt exceptions due to timeouts).

catdv.azure_archive.days_to_display = <number_of_days>
The number of days into the past for which jobs are listed in the job queue.
Any job updated in this time period is listed. The default value is 7.
catdv.azure_archive.loop_delay = <time_period_in_milliseconds>
Determines the frequency with which the archive service checks the Job
queue and attempts to run outstanding Jobs. The default value is 10000,
equivalent to 10 seconds.

catdv.azure_archive.retry_interrupted_job_delay = <time_period_in_milliseconds>
Determines the time period after which to re-try an interrupted job. Note
that interrupted jobs are retried immediately <num_immediate_retries> times,
after which the delay applies until another <num_delayed_retries> attempts have
been made, at which point the Job will be abandoned. The default value is
equivalent to 1 hour.

The number of times an interrupted job is retried in immediate succession before
the time delay kicks in for subsequent retries. The default value is 5.

The number of times an interrupted job is retried at an interval determined by
the retry_interrupted_job_delay. The default value is 24.

Determines the time period after which a Job which is in progress will be
resumed (if possible) or restarted if it has not been updated during that period.
Defaults to a value equivalent to 1 hour.

Toggles debug logging for the Azure archive plugin. The default value is “false”.
Set to “true” to enable debug logging.

The number of parts (of a multi-part upload) that the Azure SDK will attempt to
upload simultaneously. The default value is 1. Increase this value in order to
upload a single large blob quickly.