Documentation shows wrong format for PROD Servers property

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EnvironmentProduct: Rollbase Private Cloud
Version: 4.4.x
Question/Problem Description
Even after setting a PROD server as dedicated, customers not assigned to a dedicated server are being loaded in that PROD server.
After some tests, I realized that the documentation shows wrong format for PROD Servers property.
Steps to Reproduce
Clarifying Information
The property for PROD servers to make them dedicated is:

'isDedicated' vs 'IsDedicated'.

The first I is supposed to be lowercased and not uppercased. When setting the uppercased version, it doesn't actually make the server dedicated.
Error Message
Defect/Enhancement NumberDefect 62976
This is a product documentation defect.
The correct property format is isDedicated.

After changing components.xml file, restart the Tomcat powering Rollbase.
See the Notes section for more information.
The fix for this issue is expected to be in the upcoming release 4.5. As of Jan 20th, 2017, release 4.5 is scheduled to be released in the end of Q2 2017, although dates and content of the release are subject to change.
Last Modified Date3/20/2017 5:01 PM

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