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5 Fine-tuning the configuration

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Editing global and project-specific configuration files

You can change global and project-specific VIA properties and settings through the following configuration files:

Configuration file Location Properties and settings
via.properties the configuration subfolder of the VIA installation directory global VIA configuration properties and settings, including:
  • font and color settings for diagram elements
  • pre-defined IN and SIP variable names (such as initial-dp.service-key or connect.calling-party-number), for variable selection boxes throughout the VIA GUI
  • other settings (such as rmi timeout).
.sis the base folder of each VIA project in the workspace project-specific VIA configuration properties and settings, including:
  • SIS connection properties — the hostname, port, and so on (configured when creating a project or when configuring project settings
  • extension and service references — [service and extension references] of the project (which appear in the SISView).

You need to restart the VIA to effect any changes to its configuration files.

Example: adding a global variable
To include a new variable to the variable-selection boxes throughout the VIA GUI, you would add its name to the semicolon-separated list of variable names of one or more of the following properties in via.properties:
 
in_sis_writable_variables=...
in_sis_variables=...
sip_sis_variables=...
sip_sis_writable_variables=...
Example: adding a service reference to a project
Normally, you would manipulate service and extension references through operations in the VIA GUI. Although it's discouraged, you could instead manually add a service reference to a local service for a project — by adding the reference string, in the following format, to the list of references in the property service-refs in the project's .scim file:
service-refs=<service-ref-name>;local;<service-name>;<service-vendor>;<service-version>@...
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