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How to recreate a deleted conmgr.properties

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TitleHow to recreate a deleted conmgr.properties
URL NameHow-to-recreate-a-deleted-conmgr-properties
Article Number000136137
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How to recreate a deleted conmgr.properties
How to reconstruct a deleted conmgr.properties
Steps to ReproduceThe following example, tested with OE 11.7, indicates that it is possible that the conmgr.properties gets recreated under the conditions advised in the Resolution.


proadsv -start
fathom -start


Start OEE.

Backup conmgr.properties
Delete or rename conmgr.properties

Stop OEE.
fathom -stop

fathom -start

conmgr.properties is not at this point recreated.

Start OEE.

Make a change to a database configuration and Save.

conmgr.properties gets recreated.
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If the adminserver has not been stopped since the conmgr.properties was deleted, open OpenEdge Explorer, make a change to a value (or e.g. create a dummy database entry), and Save it. The conmgr.properties is reconstructed. A backup of the file should then be made.
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Last Modified Date9/18/2017 7:11 AM
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