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Path of config.xml

Hello,

we have an issue with the path of the config.xml.

We set the FISHEYE_HOME parameter to the data directory. When we start the application with ./fischeye/bin/startup.sh the config.xml in the data directory is loaded. When we start it with /etc/init.d/fisheye the config.xml in the installation-directory is loadead. How can we set the path of the config.xml?

Best regards

Falk

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Hey Falk, 

You should have $FISHEYE_HOME defined in the service script itself. 

https://confluence.atlassian.com/fishkb/how-to-start-fisheye-and-crucible-at-boot-time-223216848.html

 config.xml. Each WebLogic Server domain contains a central configuration file called the config.xml, which is stored in the config directory. Both the Admin Server and the Managed Servers derive their run-time configuration information from the config.xml file.

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