CloverDX internal settings (defaults) are stored in the
defaultProperties file located in the CloverDX engine.
This source file contains various parameters that are loaded at run-time and used during transformation execution.
We do not recommend changing values in this file.
In Designer, the path to the file is
In Server Core, the path to the file is
If you need to change the default setting, create a local file with only those properties you need to override and place the file in the project directory. To instruct CloverDX to retrieve the properties from this local file, go to → → → and either define the path to the file in the CloverDX Engine Properties field or put the following parameter in the VM parameters field:
Note: engine properties have to be set for each workspace individually.
Here we present some of the properties and their values as they are presented in the
Record.RECORD_LIMIT_SIZE = 33554432
Limits the maximum size of a record. Theoretically, the limit is tens of MBs, but you should keep it as low as possible for an easier error detection. For more details on memory demands, see Edge Memory Allocation.
Record.RECORD_INITIAL_SIZE = 65536
Sets the initial amount of memory allocated to each record.
The memory can grow dynamically
Record.RECORD_LIMIT_SIZE, depending on how memory-greedy an
edge is. See
Edge Memory Allocation.
Record.FIELD_LIMIT_SIZE = 33554432
Limits the maximum size of one field within a record. For more details on memory demands, see Edge Memory Allocation.
Record.FIELD_INITIAL_SIZE = 65536
Sets the initial amount of memory allocated to each field within a record.
The memory can grow dynamically up to
depending on how memory-greedy an edge is. See
Edge Memory Allocation.
Record.DEFAULT_COMPRESSION_LEVEL = 5
This sets the compression level for compressed data fields (
DEFAULT_INTERNAL_IO_BUFFER_SIZE = 32768
Determines the internal buffer size the components allocate for I/O operations. Increasing this value affects performance negligibly.
USE_DIRECT_MEMORY = false
The CloverDX engine can use direct memory for data records manipulation.
For example, underlying memory of CloverBuffer
(container for serialized data records) uses direct memory (if the usage is enabled).
This attribute is by default
Using direct memory can slightly improve performance in some cases. However, direct memory is out of control of a java virtual machine, as the direct memory is allocated outside of the Java heap space in direct memory. If OutOfMemory exception occurs and usage of direct memory is enabled, try to turn it off.
In CloverDX 4.9.0M2, the default value was changed from true to false.
DEFAULT_DATE_FORMAT = yyyy-MM-dd
DEFAULT_TIME_FORMAT = HH:mm:ss
DEFAULT_DATETIME_FORMAT = yyyy-MM-dd HH:mm:ss
DEFAULT_REGEXP_TRUE_STRING = true|T|TRUE|YES|Y|t|1|yes|y
DEFAULT_REGEXP_FALSE_STRING = false|F|FALSE|NO|N|f|0|no|n
DataParser.DEFAULT_CHARSET_DECODER = UTF-8
DataFormatter.DEFAULT_CHARSET_ENCODER = UTF-8
Lookup.LOOKUP_INITIAL_CAPACITY = 512
The initial capacity of a lookup table when created without specifying the size.
DataFieldMetadata.DECIMAL_LENGTH = 12
Determines the default maximum precision of decimal data field metadata. Precision is the number of digits in a number, e.g. the number 123.45 has a precision of 5.
DataFieldMetadata.DECIMAL_SCALE = 2
Determines the default scale of decimal data field metadata. Scale is the number of digits to the right of the decimal point in a number, e.g. the number 123.45 has a scale of 2.
Record.MAX_RECORD_SIZE = 33554432
This is a deprecated property. Nowadays, you should use
Limits the maximum size of a record. Theoretically, the limit is tens of MBs, but you should keep it as low as possible for an easier error detection.
You can define locale that should be used as the default one.
The setting is the following:
By default, system locale is used by CloverDX.
If you uncomment this row you can set the
Similarly, the default time zone can be overridden by uncommenting the following entry:
For more information about time zones, see the Time Zone section.
In 4.4.0-M2, the default encoding was changed from ISO-8859-1 to UTF-8.