source: main/trunk/ibisph-view/src/main/webapp/WEB-INF/config/SiteSpecific.properties @ 20915

Last change on this file since 20915 was 20915, checked in by GarthBraithwaite_STG, 10 months ago

java, view - TEMP COMMIT. Leaftlet renamed webappContextPath to webappBaseRequestPath to be consist. Changed some xslt copy-of to use node() so that text() and sub elements are included. Added name list processing for QM xinclude. Middle of QM and QD java code updates for moving sticky selections to default selections only when QM is http request loaded.

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1#------------------------------------------------------------------------------
2# Site Specific Property Overrides for the IBIS-PH View app/system.  These values
3# are applied to the Spring context configuration bean definitions.  The form is:
4# beanID.propertyName = value
5#
6# IMPORTANT: For these values to be used, they must be referenced.  This is
7# typically specified via the siteSpecificPropertyOverrides bean which is a
8# default core implementation that is contained in the config/srping/SiteSpecific.xml
9# file. 
10#
11# The use of this file is OPTIONAL.  These values can be specified in the ss.xml
12# file as well but require more work as a complete, whole new bean with the same
13# name will need to be defined.  This file is useful for poking string values into
14# existing bean definitions or when specifying different values to be used while
15# keeping the same war file deployable to multiple environments without mods.
16#
17# PATH CONVENTION:
18# All paths shall have a trailing "/".  Sub paths should never have a leading "/"
19# but will always have the trailing "/".  Base paths can have a leading "/" as
20# this represents the root of the file system.
21#------------------------------------------------------------------------------
22
23#--- IBISQ/QueryApplication URL address.  The addresses can include a proxy to
24#       the deployed IBIS View system which is allowed to communicate to the backend
25#       server, the address to SAS Intrnet, or the actual address of the webserver/
26#       IBIS-Q SAS CGI application.
27#
28#       HTTPS NOTE: things like https://kyibis.mc.uky.edu/ehl/query/proxy can choke
29#       because cert is not verified!
30#
31# Linux   Example: http://hlcbsas/cgi-bin/hi_iq_func
32# Windows Example: http://localhost/cgi-bin/hi_iq_func.exe
33# Proxy   Example: http://ibis.mt.gov/query/proxy (request to another view app that makes the actual ibisq request)
34queryIBISQRequestPath.string =http://localhost/cgi-bin/hi_iq_func.exe
35
36
37#--- Most adopters should be splitting their XML and JSON content out from the
38#        ibisph-view webapp.  This has several advantages like shared data and not
39#        having to put any content files in the deployment package.  The main content
40#        path is specified below.  The xml and json paths by default are subdirs
41#        below the main content path.  Below are examples of how to specify the base
42#        content file path used by all "Path" type bean configurations. 
43#    Again this simply provides a mechanism to easily locate files to a
44#    directory outside of the webapp.  The default location is the relative
45#    "" path within the webapp.   
46#commonContentBasePath.string =../../ibisph-content/
47#commonContentBasePath.string =file:/d:/tomcat7/webapps/ibisph-content/
48#commonContentBasePath.string =http://localhost/ibisph-content/
49commonContentBasePath.string =../../ibisph-content/
50
51#--- Special Content Path Uses
52#    For development users to access QA or production IP XMLs place a local, user
53#    property override file in the [user]/nmibis-view.properties file with an
54#    entry like:
55#indicatorXMLBasePath.string =https://ibistest.health.state.nm.us/nmibis-content/xml/indicator/
56#    This same can be applied to any other directory values like commonContentBasePath.string
57#    and ephtContentBasePath.string etc.
58
59
60#--- Base admin app preview related XML file path.  Just like the content base
61#        path above, this can be a relataive, explicit file path or request URL.
62#
63#    IMPORTANT SECURITY NOTE: It is recommended to go through the admin app
64#        (e.g. URL request based) for XML IP file requests so that the admin app can
65#        handle file privs/security.  This is needed for those adopters that have
66#        sensitive, non public IP files and is a good practice in general.
67#        Default value: "http://localhost/ibisph-admim/xml/preview/indicator/profile/"
68indicatorPreviewFilePath.string =http://localhost/ibisph-admin/view/xml/preview/indicator/profile/
69
70#--- Explicit base server with app context request URL prefix.  If the value is
71#        blank then the app uses the first HTTP request's URL for protocol, server
72#        name and context path.  For most situations this is perfectly fine being
73#        left blank so that the working actual request URL is used.  However, in
74#        some deployments behind a proxy or if nervous about the first working request
75#        then this value can be specified.  See notes in the commonWebAppBasePathModelMap
76#        (common.xml).  Default value: "".  Below is an example:
77#commonWebAppBaseRequestPath.string =http://ibis.your_agency.gov/ibisph-view/
78
79#--- For development users IF the above is set, place a local, user property
80#    override file in the  [user]/ibisph-view.properties file with an entry of:
81#commonWebAppBaseRequestPath.string =
82
83
84#--- self registered user email overrides
85#    BELOW ARE PLACEHOLDERS that adopters using MyData should specify.
86userEmailVerificationService.mailMessageFrom =ibis@your_agency.gov
87userEmailPasswordService.mailMessageFrom     =ibis@your_agency.gov
88userEmailVerificationService.mailSubject     =IBIS-PH - Self Registed MyData Account Verification
89userEmailPasswordService.mailSubject         =IBIS-PH - Your MyData Account Password
90
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