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Upgrading Configuration Files

There are various configuration files used by the system. These include language files, images and INI files. These can be upgraded without needing to do a full system upgrade.

You will need to set the system up to handle configuration updates.

Now when you want to update a configuration file, follow these steps:

When a client program starts up, it will check if new configuration files are available. If there are, it will download the files and copy them to the appropriate directory.

Files with extensions of EXE, BPL or DLL are ignored as these are not configuration files. Files with extensions of BMP, JPG, GIF, ICO, PNG will be copied to the bitmaps directory. All other files are copied to the executable directory.

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