This article and its sub-articles describes configuration for timestamp services in Nexus Timestamp Server. For system configuration, see System configuration in Nexus Timestamp Server.
A timestamp service needs to have a directory structure to work.
These configuration files include timestamp service configuration:
- filters.properties – Includes global timestamp service settings, such as filters that shall be used by all timestamp services and not configured separately per timestamp service. Located in <conf>/services.
- service.properties – Includes definition of filters that are uniquely configured for each timestamp service. Also includes configuration of all polices and chains for the timestamp service. Located in <conf>/services/<service identifier>.
For configuration reference documentation, see the configuration files directly.
All filters can be in either filters.properties or service.properties, but a good rule is that any filter with its own defined parameters should be in the service.properties because of bigger flexibility when using more than one timestamp service.
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