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  1. OpenMRS Core
  2. TRUNK-2422

Look for runtime properties in current directory, environment variable, then home directory

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      Currently, the code to find runtime properties looks in the user's home directory before looking in the current directory.

      To allow for multiple versions of OpenMRS to be run simultaneously - e.g., OpenMRS Standalone (STAND-2) or otherwise - we should go from the most specific to the most general location. If we first look in Java's current directory, then environment variable, then user's home directory, current installations should continue to work as they do and we will be able to support multiple OpenMRS standalone implementations on the same machine.

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              • Assignee:
                wyclif Wyclif Luyima
                Reporter:
                burke Burke Mamlin
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