In EDAS, configurations can be pushed in global mode or in intra-application mode. In global mode, configurations are pushed too all applications under your account. In intra-application mode, configurations are pushed only to the active instance.
This article describes intra-application configuration push. For details about global configuration push, see Configuramtion Management.
Note: You cannot push configurations in the applications deployed in Container Service Kubernetes Clusters.
Log on to the EDAS console.Select Applications Management > Applications in the left-side navigation bar.
On the application list page, click the app name you selected.
Click Configurations in the left-side navigation pane of the application details page.
Select Configuration Group in the first drop-down list from the configuration list.
In the upper-right corner of the page, click Create Configuration.
Set parameters on the Create Configuration page.
Group: Service group name, which can be created on the Service Groups tab on the Service Management page. This feature is used to isolate services under the namespace. The name can contain only letters, digits, and three special characters (“.”, “-“, and “_”). The length is a maximum of 64 characters.
DataId: configuration attribute, for example, a class name in Java. The name can contain only letters, digits, and four special characters (“.”, “:”, “-“, and “_”). The length is a maximum of 128 characters.
Content:: description of the configuration content. The length is a maximum of 10,240 characters.
On the Configuration page, you can see a list of all configuration pushes that you have created. You can view, update, and delete push configurations.
- View: Select the push configuration you want to view, click View in the Actions column to view all the parameter configurations for this configuration push.
- Update: Select the push configuration you want to view, click Update in the Actions column, modify the Content description, and click OK to update parameter configurations.
- Delete: Select the push configuration you want to view, and click Delete in the Actions column. On the Delete Configuration page that appears, click Delete to delete the push configuration.