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OO Environment Overrides

I know how to setup the overrides.  My question is where are they stored?  In the DB?  Is there any way to report on them or export them?

 

Thanks,

Don

 

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Terry Gong Absent Member.
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Re: OO Environment Overrides

Are you referring to properties added to "/Configuration/System Properties"? These properties are not kept in the DB. They are kept in XML files in the repository. You can export them by right clicking on "System Properties" to get the context menu and then click on "Export as New Repository...".

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Re: OO Environment Overrides

No, I am talking about the override properties in the web client.

 

Thanks,

Don

 

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Re: OO Environment Overrides

I would also love to know where this is stored.

We currently flip "prod" and have to manually maintain these values.
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Re: OO Environment Overrides

Overrides are stored in the database.

 

They can be found in:

 

<dbname>.dbo.keyval

 

In terms of reporting or exporting, there are several mechanisms inside and outside of OO to handle that. Its just a matter of skillset, effort, requirements, etc...

 

Regards,

David L

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Re: OO Environment Overrides

David,

 

We created a solution that changes the values in the database...

 

However, it appears that Central caches the values.  From some testing, it looks like an update of a system property will trigger a re-cache.

 

Being that it appears to be cached... a bounce of Central also works, but this is even less desirable.

 

Anyone know if these values can be "re-cached" externally?

 

(Looking for the uber-SDK at this point)

 

-Chris

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