Good question which I don't know. I went and looked at the log files when going to that web page verses logging into a database and the log file doesn't record successful connections, so I couldn't tell.
What is surprising is that in the Statistical window in the Admin Console is that you can't graph the number of concurrent connections. That sure would be a good useful addition to that chart.
I think the user becomes a connection once they hit the actual file and logged in (or even if they don’t have to log in) and access record(s). Does that page open the DB itself and access data? If yes, they should be a concurrent connection.
But you can always check the server admin and see if they are showing up once they hit that page.
Hope this helps,
The page is an index.html file only. It does not login or call any data.
Custom webpages for WebD launching are not part of the FMServer file structure, so landing on one of them isn't going to burn a Concurrent Connection until the link to the DB is actually clicked.
This is correct, and you can see WD users connected in the admin console, so you can tell how many users are currently connected and if they are WD or Go clients.
You can use the web server as much as you want without consuming connection licenses, unless you have a file open.