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When a Ceptor Configuration Server starts up the first time, it will look for a special filed called ceptor-configuration.xml.<configservername>.active - e.g. ceptor-configuration.xml.configserver1.active - this file is considered the "active" configuration, and is a binary non-editable copy of the configuration.

Tip

If you update the configuration file outside of Ceptor Console or the Administration API, or deploy new versions of Ceptor, you can delete the .active configuration file to force Ceptor to reload from the uncommited configuration, thereby activating it automatically.


Any changes made to the configuration file either using the console or manually needs to be committed before they are used in practice - any reads and/or modifications done using the Ceptor Console act on non-active configuration.

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Once changes are committed, they take effect immediately.

Tip

Remember to commit the configuration, otherwise the changes you make are not active.


Configuration File Details

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