Habitat4J: Contextual Property Management for Java

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Latest Version: 1.0.0rc19 (Habitat4J 1.0.0 Release Candidate 19)

Habitat4J intends to simplify configuration management in a multiple server, multiple application environment. However, it is designed to be easy to use -- even in a single application on a single server.

Habitat4J provides property management based on a two component model. The first component, called the "Server Identity," provides a system-wide context for which applications load their properties. The second component, called the "Property List," provides an application-wide property infrastructure that will load entries based on information in the Server Identity component.

Habitat4J Features include:

Uses for Habitat4J include:


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