We have a customer which is not allowed to have writeable folders in the normal area of the fileset. Writeable folders should only be at the user-area which is of course writeable. Is there a way to configure at least the "work"-folder be at a different place?

asked 06.10.2015 at 10:34

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One way is to install the designer directly to the user-area (if space is sufficient). Or to set a symbolic link like:
mklink /D C:\Soreco\ivy_Designer51_x64\work C:\Users\USERNAME\AppData\Roaming\work

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answered 08.10.2015 at 10:48

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I think it's a normal system property that can be adjusted with the Admin UI. See the property named "System.WorkDirectory".

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answered 06.10.2015 at 14:18

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edited 06.10.2015 at 14:19

This works fine on server but not in designer. There is no such property. Like in eclipse the "work"-folder is hardcoded.

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