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    Default Add new application without web manager

    hello,

    Running 4.1.0.01 i have noticed that if add application manually using creating folder inside 'conf' folder and 'applications' folder this new application not appear automatically
    in the application list inside web manager .
    there a index file for application list or manager simply read the contents of 'applications' folder then show the list in the manager ?
    i need obligatory add a new application using manager ?

    thanks

    steve

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    Quote Originally Posted by steveitl View Post
    hello,

    Running 4.1.0.01 i have noticed that if add application manually using creating folder inside 'conf' folder and 'applications' folder this new application not appear automatically
    in the application list inside web manager .
    there a index file for application list or manager simply read the contents of 'applications' folder then show the list in the manager ?
    i need obligatory add a new application using manager ?

    thanks

    steve
    Hi steve, in wowza 4.1 the Rest api documentation area released.
    I guess you'll need to call rest api while adding new application to see in application list. As I understand your question, the application list isn't generated by folder reading , it takes value from sqllite or equivalent.


    Emre Karatasoglu
    http://letheasoftware.com
    http://emrekaratasoglu.com
    Last edited by letheasoftware; 10-09-2014 at 07:13 AM.

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