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opsgenie oec FATa error

I have installed opsgenie oec on to my server to try to get some integration going.

I made a small config.json file that i'm trying to execute, but an FATA error shows up(picture), saying it could not read the configuration. Am I missing something here? 



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Hi Nivek,

Did you set environment variables e.g. like this?


sudo systemctl set-environment OEC_CONF_SOURCE_TYPE=local
sudo systemctl set-environment OEC_CONF_LOCAL_FILEPATH=/var/opsgenie/oec/jiraConfig.json
sudo systemctl start oec

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