How Metadata server reads information from omaconfig.xml file at startup ? How the file omaconfig.xml file is called ?
As in Linux, to start metadata server we start the MetadataServer.sh script . MetadataServer script points to SASMeta/MetadataServer/sasv9.cfg file which again points to SASFoundation/sasv9.cfg file and it points to SASFoundation/nls/en/sasv9.cfg. Where the omaconfig.xml file is mentioned and how it is being called ?
Thanks Alex for the reply. I want to know what is that particular code name and the location where the omaconfig.xml file is called .
Could you please clarify on that ?
It's in the compiled machine code of the SAS executable, so nowhere where you can access it without violating the SAS license (which forbids re-engineering).
our omaconfig.xml file might include an option that activates a SAS Metadata Server or repository manager feature that is needed by a particular SAS application. When this is the case, do not remove the option or change its setting unless you are instructed to do so by SAS Technical Support.
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