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rtw_4.5:rtconfig_editor [2013/03/27 19:13]
cjaeger [Manually Editing the rtconfig File]
rtw_4.5:rtconfig_editor [2018/08/04 20:08] (current)
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 ===== Manually Editing the rtconfig File ===== ===== Manually Editing the rtconfig File =====
  
-The RTW configuration options are saved in the rtconfig file. In Windows XP, this file is located in the installation directory, and in Windows 7 in //​C:​\Users\[user name]\AppData\Roaming\Vistasource\RTW//​. The RTW rtconfig Editor edits this file. Alternatively,​ the rtconfig file can be manually edited using any text editor such as Notepad or Wordpad. ​+The RTW configuration options are saved in the rtconfig file. The RTW rtconfig Editor edits this file. Alternatively,​ the rtconfig file can be manually edited using any text editor such as Notepad or Wordpad. ​The file is located:  
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 +In Windows 7, in %USERPROFILE%\AppData\Roaming\Vistasource\RTW\ \\ 
 +In Windows XP, in  %USERPROFILE%\Application Data\Vistasource\RTW\ \\ 
  
 <​note>​When manually editing the parameters in the rtconfig file, empty spaces are not supported. For instance, use Trace:1, not Trace: 1.</​note>​ <​note>​When manually editing the parameters in the rtconfig file, empty spaces are not supported. For instance, use Trace:1, not Trace: 1.</​note>​
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   * Bloomberg RT Engine Settings   * Bloomberg RT Engine Settings
   * vsnf (Netfeed) RT Engine Settings   * vsnf (Netfeed) RT Engine Settings
 +  * RTHTTP Engine Settings (WebData) ​                      
  
 Any line beginning with a pound symbol (#) is interpreted as a comment line. Active options must not be preceded by this symbol. In most cases, editing a configuration option requires modifying pre-defined options. ​ Any line beginning with a pound symbol (#) is interpreted as a comment line. Active options must not be preceded by this symbol. In most cases, editing a configuration option requires modifying pre-defined options. ​