System Properties

 

Start your application server with the system property”system.properties.load” set to true to load the external file called system.properties. This is given as a convenient way to ensure all properties are set for deployment. When the server starts, the portal will load system.properties and then system-ext.properties.

Start your application server with the system property”system.properties.final” set to true if the properties of system.properties override all similar command line properties. If set to false, the properties of system.properties will be set if and only if those properties are not currently set.

Some application servers require you to set the “file.encoding” and”user.timezone” on startup regardless of system.properties because the application server reads these properties before system.properties is ever loaded.

 

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References Link:

http://docs.liferay.com/portal/6.1/propertiesdoc/system.properties.html

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