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3. CoreMedia Properties Overview

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

For details on specific property data types like Duration or DataSize, see Spring Boot documentation, section Properties Conversion:

Spring's relaxed binding also allows for different notations of property names like snake or camel case, but the default is 'kebap 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].*)



Configuration properties that are defined in the Blueprint may be missing here. Therefore, also check the Blueprint sources for classes annotated with ConfigurationProperties and use their JavaDoc.

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