You must create the PureEdgeAPI.ini
file if it does not exist. If the file already exists then you must update it to add the location of the new API.
The contents of the PureEdgeAPI.ini
file determine which applications use which version of the API. The API will not work without a PureEdgeAPI.ini
The file can exist in one or more of the following locations:
- the calling application's directory
- the current working directory
- the /etc directory
When the API starts, it searches the folders in the order shown and uses the first PureEdgeAPI.ini file that it finds.
If you chose to automatically deploy the API to WebSphere
® Application Server during installation of the API, then the PureEdgeAPI.ini
file already exists. The installer creates the file and adds the location of the API for you. You should verify that the location is correct.
To update the PureEdgeAPI.ini file:
Go to the directory where you want the PureEdgeAPI.ini
file to exist.
The file path shown is the default installation location. If you did not install the API in the default location, then you must adjust the file path to match the location of the API on your system.
Parent topic: Configuring the API on AIX, Linux, and Solaris