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How many suncertify.properties files should I have?

 
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According to the requirement, we need to save the property settings in the suncertify.properties.
However, since client and server should be in different machine and both need a suncertify.properties to read default settings.
So I want to have two different suncertify.properties files. One is in server folder and the other is in client folder.
Is this correct?

I appreciate any suggestion and comment.

Thanks

Lee
 
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Originally posted by Chih-Wei Lee:
According to the requirement, we need to save the property settings in the suncertify.properties.
However, since client and server should be in different machine and both need a suncertify.properties to read default settings.
So I want to have two different suncertify.properties files. One is in server folder and the other is in client folder.
Is this correct?

I appreciate any suggestion and comment.

Thanks

Lee



Hi,

Why don't you think about merging all parameters (for server mode and client mode) into single file? If the application is executed in server mode, only server related parameters are utilized, otherwise only client related parameters are used.
 
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