Element Details: Path
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Available in: Logi Info Source code name: Path

The Path element has attributes for path or folder settings.



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NamePossible ValuesDescription
AlternativeDefinitionFolder
UserDefined
AlternativeDefinitionFolder sets another location to find definition files. This can help with web farm configurations or in other cases in which it helps to have definition files in a different folder. The folder should contain a _Definitions folder, and it should have subfolders for _Reports, _Processes, _Widgets and/or _Templates. Definition files are pulled from the alternative folder when they are not found in the current application's _Definition folder. Do not include the _settings.lgx definition file in the AlternativeDefinitionFolder. It must remain in the web application's folder. The folder can be a network or physical path. If it's a network path, ensure that the ASPNET process' account has network access rights. This is often done by enabling impersonation in web.config. You may need to set the Anonymous account to a network account.
AppPath
UserDefined
The AppPath attribute specifies the URL of the application. This is only used to preview and test the application from within Studio. Example: http://localhost/myapp



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