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Configuring the properties file

When you install HCL Leap, a file containing sample configuration properties is also installed. You can configure the properties for optimal performance with your system.

To use the provided properties file, you must move it to the extensions folder, then adjust the settings to match your system.

Note: In a horizontally clustered environment, the must be configured for each node.

Define extensions directory in the

  1. Go to <install location>/deploy, and locate
  2. Copy the file and paste it to:
    • Windows – C:\HCL\Leap\extensions
    • Linux, AIX – /opt/HCL/Leap/extensions
  3. Open the file and configure the settings to match your system.

Customizing the location of the extensions directory

  1. To customize the location of the file, you must edit the file.

  2. Go to the file. The default location of the file is: \AppServer\profiles\AppSrv01\installedApps\\Experience Builder.ear\builder.war\WEB-INF\classes.

  3. Open the properties file in a text editor and add a valid extensions= parameter. For example, extensions = /usr/HCL/Leap/extensions.

Define extensions directory with jvm property

Add the option -Dfsp.extensions.dirs to the jvm where Leap is deployed. The value is the path(s) to the extensions directory.





Validate which directory is loaded

Check the Leap SystemOut.log. There is an entry that indicates which directory is recognized and loaded. For example:

[5/21/14 22:51:37:095 PDT] 0000001b IntegratorSta I phase1Start Extensions folder: /usr/HCL/Leap/extensions

Note: Some configuration properties require a restart of the Leap server. If you do not see your changes applied within a few minutes of modifying the properties file, restart the server.

  • Configuration properties
    The following table contains a list of properties in the HCL Leap file. You can adjust the settings listed in the file, or add your own for a custom configuration.

Parent topic: Configuring