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Initializing a REST Web application's runtime properties
Each REST Web application has a set of default runtime properties in its runtime.props file, which by default is in, ...\application-name\WEB-INF\adapters. You can modify the properties using OpenEdge Management, OpenEdge Explorer, or the RESTMAN utility.
Note: Except for serviceLoggingLevel and serviceLoggingEntryTypes, you must edit all the other properties only when the application is in a disabled state.
To initialize and work with the REST Web application's properties using the RESTMAN utility, use the following:
*getprops: To display all the properties. For more information, see the RESTMAN getprops (Application).
*setprops: To set a property. For more information, see RESTMAN resetstats (Application).
Note: You must not set the serviceAvailable property using the setprops command as that might lead to errors. You must set the property using RESTMAN enable and RESTMAN disable. For more information about the commands, see RESTMAN enable and RESTMAN disable.
*resetprops: To reinitialize property values to the current values in the REST Management Agent's default.props file. For more information, see RESTMAN resetprops.
For detailed descriptions of each REST Web application's properties see Command and Utility Reference. For more information about using OpenEdge Management or OpenEdge Explorer to initialize properties, see the OpenEdge Management and OpenEdge Explorer: Configuration manual, or the Help for OpenEdge Management or OpenEdge Explorer.