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Request for better HTTP URL Management for the various Product features (Consolidate, Make Configurable, Document)
The OpenPages application has various properties files and registry settings that contain HTTP URL values.
It's difficult for OpenPages IT administrators to determine which property entry impacts various components of the application. It appears some entries are meant for server-specific values while other entries determine what URLs are used for the client and/or integration points (consumer).
This Request for Enhancement (RFE) is to:
a) see if it's possible to consolidate the various URL parameters in the system;
b) make URLs configurable for clients that have internal and external entry points;
(c) and clearly document what and where each HTTP parameter is used for.
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