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How can I tell which user registry type is being used?

Becky McDermott (921139) | asked Oct 05 '15, 2:37 p.m.
 I have a production server and I am trying to install CLM on a development server.  I plan to go through the Server Rename process to "Copy a production server to a staging environment ".

I am filling out the options for the "Interactive Installation Guide" and am not sure what to choose for "Select your user registry type:".  I would like to configure it like the existing production server.  How can I tell which user registry type is being used in production?

I have tried logging into the production server and from Server Administration, I look at "Advanced Properties".  I am unable to tell which type of user registry type was selected when the server was installed.  How can I tell?

Thank you,

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Marek Siekierski (817510) | answered Oct 05 '15, 2:43 p.m.
edited Oct 05 '15, 2:44 p.m.
Hi Becky,

The registry type is defined in the file located in <jazz install>/server/conf/jts in the following parameter:

If you are using Tomcat and it is set to DETECT, you are using the Tomcat user registry.
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