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Content Server Manual / Version 2107

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5. Reference

This chapter describes the content of all configuration files which you can use to configure the CoreMedia Content Servers.

Some property files contain additional property entries which are not described in the Manual. As a rule, these properties are for special, system-relevant settings which you should not change.

Properties can now be configured via Spring Boot. You can use, system properties, environment variables in uppercase and many more. See for details.

Spring's relaxed binding also allows for different notations of property names like snake or camel case, but the default is 'kebab case' (separating words with dashes). Generally a dot in a property name reflects some kind of logical hierarchy. List-valued properties are zero-based and use bracket notation (x.y.1.* -> x.y[0].*)

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