The "custom" template folder allows you to add customization such as using multiple databases, configuring services, etc.
- Add your own template files in
templates/customdirectory. You can use either existing or new parameters in these new template files.
- From the Admin tab or by manually editing the
nuxeo.conffile, set your parameters' values and set
nuxeo.templates=custom. You can refer to custom templates directory with a relative path or to your own custom templates directory with an absolute path.
nuxeo.template.includesparameter to define the list of existing templates to include (comma separated values); your custom template will be used at last.
nuxeo.defaultsfiles from included templates are also read.
In case you need multiple customizations, create multiple directories and reference them in a dedicated
nuxeo.conf for each server.
The following properties cannot be configured from a configuration template (in
nuxeo.defaults) and must be defined in
The "custom" template folder is a sample configuration template that you can use as is but it is recommended to create your own configuration template named as you want and located outside of the Nuxeo server structure, along with your customized
For instance, under Linux, you could setup:
Configuration files (custom templates and nuxeo.conf) under
/etc/nuxeo/ ├── nuxeo.conf └── some-custom-template
/var/lib/. It is common to also place the server itself under
/var/lib/. Other common locations for the server are
/var/lib/nuxeo/ ├── data └── server (NUXEO_HOME) ├── conf ├── lib ├── nxserver ├── packages ├── templates ├── webapps └── work
Log files under
- PID files under
- Temporary files under