Managing The Configuration Layers

The first time the Content Engine is installed, the assembly tool's initialize target creates the bootstrap layer in /opt/escenic/assemblytool/conf. The bootstrap layer is predefined to look for the following configuration layers, and read them in the specified order:

  1. default layer (in the delivered Content Engine JAR files)

  2. add-on layer (in add-on JAR files)

  3. common layer (in /etc/escenic/engine/common)

  4. family layer (in /etc/escenic/engine/family/family-name)

  5. host layer (in /etc/escenic/engine/host/host-name)

The following sections tell you how to: