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Revision as of 08:03, 17 August 2009

The config_template.xml file specifies a template for Zimlet configuration. There are two sections to this file: a section for global configuration, and a section for per host configuration.

The configuration properties may be accessed within the Zimlet definition file as follows:

<zimletConfig name=”com_acme_Maps” version=”1.0”>
         <global>
             <property name=”defaultToGoogle”></property>
        </global>
        <host name="">         
             <property name=”googleApi”></property>
             <property name=”geocodeUser”></property>
             <property name=”geocodePass”></property>
        </host>
</zimletConfig>

The properties defined in config_template.xml may be accessed within the Zimlet definition file as follows:

  • ${config.global.propertyName} - Accesses a global property. For example, the global property defaultToGoogle would be accessed as: ${config.global.defaultToGoogle}
  • ${config.host.propertyName} - Access a host specific property. For example, the host property googleApi would be accessed by ${config.host.googleApi}

Configuration properties are also available to Zimlet JavaScript code via Zimlet classes getConfigProperty method.

Verified Against: Date Created: 7/28/2009
Article ID: https://wiki.zimbra.com/index.php?title=Zimlet_Configuration_File Date Modified: 2009-08-17



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