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Why are there Control M (^M) characters present in Spl.properties.standalone.template? (Doc ID 2045219.1)

Last updated on OCTOBER 09, 2015

Applies to:

Oracle Utilities Mobile Workforce Management - Version 2.2.0.3.0 and later
Oracle Real-Time Scheduler - Version 2.2.0.3.0 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.

Goal

Why is the control m (^M) characters present in spl.properties.standalone.template file?  

The characters are present when viewing the template file in Unix, but these characters do not appear when looking at the same file in Windows.

Example:
## Properties used during testing^M
spl.tools.loaded.applications=@MODULES@^M
spl.runtime.cobol.cobrcall=false^M
spl.runtime.utf8Database=@ENCODING@^M
spl.runtime.sql.highValue=@HIGHVALUE@^M
spl.runtime.cobol.encoding=@JAVAENCODING@^M
spl.runtime.oracle.statementCacheSize=300^M
spl.runtime.cobol.sql.fetchSize=150^M
spl.runtime.cobol.sql.cache.maxTotalEntries=1000^M
spl.runtime.cobol.sql.cursoredCache.maxRows=10^M
spl.runtime.cobol.sql.disableQueryCache=false^M
spl.runtime.environ.init.dir=@force_forward_slash(SPLEBASE)@/etc^M
spl.runtime.environ.SPLEBASE=@force_forward_slash(SPLEBASE)@^M
spl.runtime.environ.isWebExpanded = @WEB_ISEXPANDED@^M
spl.runtime.environ.SPLOUTPUT = @force_forward_slash(SPLOUTPUT)@^M

 

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