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You must specify the Find home directory as a Java system property. Depending on how you are deploying the application, you can do this either in a startup script or within the appropriate application server configuration.
The home directory contains the following files:
The Find configuration file (
config.json). If this file is not found, Find generates a default configuration file when the application starts.
You can edit the configuration file either from the Settings page in the application (recommended), or manually in a text editor. If you manually edit the file, you must restart Find for any configuration changes to take effect.
The Find logs folder. This directory contains the application log files, which contain details of application usage and any errors.
The Find data folder. This directory contains the local database for the saved searches.
If you need to contact support, include the Find home directory as a zip file when you send your query.
By default, the installer stores the Find home directory in the
ProgramData folder, which might be hidden by default in Windows.