Question3Replies387Views SaurabhG4406 Member since 2016 10 posts Scotiabank Posted: 3 years agoLast activity: 3 years ago Closed externalizing prmbeans, prlogging, prconfig etc on JBossI am looking for a way to externalize prmbeans.properties, prlogging.xml and prconfig.xml on JBoss 6.4. I have seen references to WAS in this post ( https://pdn.pega.com/community/product-support/question/pega-63-wasoracle-prmbeansproperties-prconfigxml-and-prloggingxml?comment-cid=571366#comment-571366) How would we do it for JBoss 6.4 EAP? is it possible to extrernalize these files as part of standard deployment procedures?**Moderation Team has archived post**This post has been archived for educational purposes. Contents and links will no longer be updated. If you have the same/similar question, please write a new post. Low-Code App Development Installation and Deployment ×Close popoverFacebookTwitterLinkedinEmail Copy Link Copied! Moderation Team has archived post This thread is closed to future replies. Content and links will no longer be updated. If you have the same/similar Question, please write a new Question. Posted: 3 years agopylaa PEGA replied to SaurabhG4406Please give a try once , it will work and i found an alternate way to do the same. you can define a JVM argument properties also as below. -Dpegarules.config=file:///amp/apps/wspega02/properties/prconfig.xml -Dprmbeans.security=file:///amp/apps/wspega02/properties/prmbeans.properties -Dpegarules.logging.configuration=file:///amp/apps/wspega02/properties/prlogging.xml Posted: 3 years agoSudipta1986 CGI replied to pylaaHi Guys, Is there a JVM argument which can be used to externalize the explicittempdir location ? Posted: 3 years agoWaikeiKwok_GCS PEGA replied to Sudipta1986I think explicittempdir can only be looked up from either as resource within the app server or under the entry initialization/explicittempdir defined in prconfig.xml file.