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ARInside is a static reference, it always shows what was there the last time you ran it....so, if you want it to be up-to-date then you need to run it on a regular basis. To update the target destination, you update your ini, and re-run the tool, it'll create the files in the folder you specify, just like the first time you ran it.
Yes, you are right.
There was already a target folder Name1 for which ARInside was pointing.
I rerun the ARInside.exe to a different target folder Name2 but still ARInside is looking for Name1.
ARInside URL is -> http://ABC/ARInside/schema/index.htm (exposed to internet)
As per my understanding, index.htm url is but different this. How can we chnage the exposed url of ARInside so that it will point to new Target Folder
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I'm not sure what's going on in your environment, but I can tell you that when you change the target, and re-run, it should put it in the new target, not the original. Regarding the 'URL'....well, that would be your web server config, I know nothing of course about your infrastructure, so you would need to work with your team to find out where the config is and re-point it to a different folder....
Or...one thing you can do is just simply rename the old folder, re-run it against the same folder, and everything would be updated and no need to re-config anything
This is how it works. It would be great if someone take some extra efforts to add 'Update' feature in this great tool. I have been thinking about this from last few years but never get chance to look into its source code. So based on last run, it should generate html documents for modified/new objects only. instead of scanning everything again, scan objects where Remedy Objects last modified date >= ARinisde Last Run.... I know this is a legacy tool and original developers are not working on this anymore but
Is it too much to ask LJ LongWing ?