Using App Properties
App properties are basically name/value pairs where the value can be of type string, boolean, date, decimal, or integer. App properties can contain information that you want to return to the client for use in a client app. For example, you can use app properties to define local variables such as the locations of their local database, log files, or URLs for endpoints.
Alternatively, app properties can contain information used by an administrator or module developers but not intended to be returned to the client. Administrators can access these app properties by using the Akula Command-line Management Utility or by making HTTP requests to a server endpoint.
You can define both types of app properties, client and administration, in two different locations. Define app properties at the Akula-Server level that apply globally to all app scopes running on the Akula Server. Define properties at the app-scope level that are applicable locally just to that app scope. Depending on how a server-level app property is defined, you can optionally override it at the app-scope level.
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