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Packaging of the DCO client

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Packaging of the DCO client

This question was originally posted on DCIM Support by Lukasz Staciwo on 2019-03-18


Hi Team,

Asking on behalf of customer.

They are trying to preapare for the DCO client packaging.
Below are the questions I received from them:

"Is there anyway add custom variable like “AppvFolder” which point to “c:\programdata\Microsoft\Appv” folder?

Need modify config file at osgi"

Your help is much appreciated.

(CID:140714878)

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Re: Packaging of the DCO client

This answer was originally posted on DCIM Support by Jef Faridi on 2019-03-19


Hi Lukasz,

I've got this (from a developer), based on documentation on the framework we use (Eclipse) - the only 2 variables that make sense here and can be handled by the application are these:

@user.home
Directs Eclipse to compute a location value relative to the user's home directory. @user.home can be followed by additional path segments. In all cases, the string "@user.home" is simply replaced with the value of the Java "user.home" System property. For example, setting
osgi.instance.area=@user.home/myWorkspace
results in a value of
file:/users/bob/myWorkspace
@user.dir
Directs Eclipse to compute a location value relative to the current working directory. @user.dir can be followed by additional path segments. In all cases, the string "@user.dir" is simply replaced with the value of the Java "user.dir" System property. For example, setting
osgi.instance.area=@user.dir/myWorkspace
results in a value of
file:/usr/share/eclipse/myWorkspace

 

Kind regards

(CID:141264505)

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Re: Packaging of the DCO client

This comment was originally posted on DCIM Support by Lukasz Staciwo on 2019-03-24


Thank you Jef,

Only just saw the reposne.
I will communicate to my customer and seek his further feedback.

(CID:141266365)

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