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What does "version.order" mean?

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Hi.

There are flexconnectors of db(time-based, id-based, multi-db)

And there is parameter "version.order" flexconnector properties file.

There is description of "version.order" ,in ArcSight Flexconnector Developer’s Guide.

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version.order—Specifies the order in which versions are checked, from the lowest

number to the highest; for example, if you have two parser files parserA and parserB and

you want to process parserB before parserA, set parserB’s version.order=1 and

parserA’s version.order=2.

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Is this mean that If I install time-based one flexconnector and this flexconnector use two parser(properties files)?

I do not know what does this mean.

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Re: What does "version.order" mean?

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Version order is used to tell the flex connector which parser it should try first if you have more than one parser.

So for example there are multiple versions of Mcafee ePO. Instead of creating a connector for each version, you create one, with multiple parsers (one parser for each version). The connector (if configured to do so), will try the parsers to determine which is correct one (based on version.query).

You can specify which parser to try first by using version.order.

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Version order is used to tell the flex connector which parser it should try first if you have more than one parser.

So for example there are multiple versions of Mcafee ePO. Instead of creating a connector for each version, you create one, with multiple parsers (one parser for each version). The connector (if configured to do so), will try the parsers to determine which is correct one (based on version.query).

You can specify which parser to try first by using version.order.

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