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How to set RFA In Linux7.3

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We want to set rfaj7.2.1.L1.all.rrg in Linux 7.3.

We used to set rsslConnection in Windows by config_editor.bat.

Can you tell me how can i set rfaj7.2.1.L1.all.rrg in Linux 7.3?


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Hello @hzh-15010

You can export RFA configuration on Windows as an xml file using config_editor.bat:

Then, modify the xml file for Linux machine if you require. Then, save the file.

Next, upload the xml file on Linux machine.

Then, import the xml file into Linux machine using config_loader.jar in <RFA package>/Tools as the following command:

 java -jar config_loader.jar -file <xml file>



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Hello @hzh-15010

Please be informed that RFA7.2.x is end-of-life and no longer support. Any problems would be investigated on supported version only(RFA7.6 or higher). Please refer to API Compatibility Matrix which shows which versions of RFA are supported with which infrastructure and OS compiler versions etc.

You can download the latest RFA Java package, 8.1.2.L1, from Downloads of RFA Java page. If you have any difficulties downloading the package, please contact rdc.administrator@thomsonreuters.com

Please refer to the migration guide for upgrading RFA Java. The guide is in <RFA Java package>\Docs\WebDocs\wwhelp\wwhimpl\js\html\wwhelp.htm in API Migration and Schedule of Deprecated Interfaces section under Documentation Portal-> Helpful Hints as shown below:


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If you want, you can have your configuration in a in-plain-sight configuration file next to your application .. instead of having it in a hidden file location (Linux) or Registry (Windows). The whole idea to use an external tool to define this kind of configuration, and then keeping it in some hidden place, is just not very good. (in Refinitiv's defense the idea has later been abandoned with RFA's successor)


Just follow the steps here:

https://github.com/Addicticks/Preferences2Go


There are specific steps for RFA in the above link.



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