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  1. #1
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    Default setting default gui settings

    hello every1,

    is there any chance of setting up an default language, timeformat, etc... besides thru the createuser command line tools?

    i would prefer changing configfiles, instead of writing an command over several lines or setting up a script.

    what are the advantages of doing one or the other way?

    thanks to everyone for every hint or ideas...

    have a nice weekend
    kniggisiggi

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    Hi,

    there is no way to set those parameters at config files since we think those language and region settings depend very much on the user. There are already defaults when using the command line tools but they are not configurable. Those command line tools can be called by other scripts or tools very easily so it should be an easy task to add some defaults to your scripts and call the ox scripts with those.

    Greetings

  3. #3
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    As far as I understood the GUI settings are in the database localhost_6 in the table user_settings. All settings are in one field only (value) ... seems to be in JSON format.

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    Yes, those values can be set via the command line tools. We don't recommend to touch the database directly, all values can be set through interfaces like the HTTP API or RMI/Command Line Tools.

    Greetings

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    Quote Originally Posted by Martin Braun View Post
    Yes, those values can be set via the command line tools. We don't recommend to touch the database directly, all values can be set through interfaces like the HTTP API or RMI/Command Line Tools.

    Greetings
    Not to forget SOAP.
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