API Microservice Cross Cutting Concern 6: Configuration

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Externalized configurations from the API or microservice application package is extremely important for flexibility and audit-ability of the configurations deployed in various environments. They allow you to deploy the same code package to DEV, SIT, UAT, PROD, and any other environments using environment specific configuration packages without reopening the […] Click here to view original web page at it.toolbox.com

Detailed Insight into Reloading of Configuration Files

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Most of the modern applications have an inbuilt capability to reload their configuration file while they are running on the server. Here the developer can even modify the application without any need for restarting the application. In such application, the messaging engine of the application has access to all the updates even when it is not re-started. For a forced … Read More

Major Configuration File Formats – Developers Need to Know

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Configuration files are the source of the initial settings and parameters required by computer applications and even operating systems. These files are generally written using the “ASCII Coding” system and are a store for data that pertains to a username, software applications or even specific filenames. Configuration files are mainly used for server level processing, operating system setting, and software … Read More

What You Need to Know About Configuration Files

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  Configuration files are the primary way of configuring settings and parameters for any computer program. A configuration file is structured in such a way to help successful operations of a computer program. These files are stored in plain text formats as they are user-configured and not at all coded in the programs. It is required from time to time … Read More

Manipulating Property Files in Java

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Photo by Boskampi from pixabay.com In configuration file hell? Take a look at Config, the easiest way to manage your application configuration across all your servers and environments. Introduction In this article we will use the java.util.Properties class for the manipulation of property files. We will see how to write and read in these files. This class allows us to … Read More

How to use configuration settings in C #

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Photo by Lukas from pexels.com Settings allow you to keep critical application information out of code and create profiles that store user preferences individually. Managing settings of a complex application saves a lot of time and effort. Introduction The .NET Framework 2.0 allows you to create and access values ​​held between application execution sessions. These values ​​are called settings. Settings … Read More

The importance of Web.config

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Photo by n3wjack from flickr.com Web.config’s function is solely and exclusively to be a file (in XML format) where we must store configurations linked to the project. You can let Config manage your XML configuration files and files written in different formats (ini, json, and properties, with more formats to be supported soon). Introduction The presence of the Web.config file … Read More

Using configuration files in Java

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Photo by vintuitive from flickr.com According to the Tiobe Programming Index, Java has been the topmost popular language since its creation in the mid-90’s. If you want to know how to create and use a properties configuration file, read on! Introduction The property file is a great option to pass settings to a particular application that needs external settings and … Read More

The importance of automated deploy and releases (including config files)

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Automation is an investment that saves resources. Whether you’re a small, mid, or a large enterprise, you can never neglect the value of automation, not only to speed up processes but also to avoid errors in your processes. Most companies do not give the importance due to automation of their development processes. Routine tasks such as build, deploy and release … Read More