Nested Configuration Files

It is possible to use multiple configuration files by nesting one inside another. Within the configuration file, you can specify another file to process with the following syntax:

!COPY filename

No name expansion is performed on filename (for example FILE_PREFIX is not applied), so you must specify a file that the runtime can find. You can include remote name syntax if you are using AcuServer® or AcuConnect®. Otherwise, the file must be an absolute path or a path relative to the current directory

For example, if you have some configuration variables in a global place such as /etc/cblconfi, individual users can execute the runtime system using this configuration file instead of the usual one. The settings in the usual configuration file take effect also, because their settings are copied in with !COPY:

#Get all the standard variables
!copy /etc/cblconfi

#Now set personal settings