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"The encryption key used for decrypting can be overridden from the default by setting the wlp.password.encryption.key property. This property must not be set in the server.xml file that stores the password, but in a separate configuration file that is included by the server.xml file. This separate configuration file must contain only a single property declaration, and must be stored outside the normal configuration directory for the server. This ensures that the file containing the key is not included when you are running the server dump or package command. The encryption key property can also be specified as a bootstrap property. If you choose this option, put the encryption key in a separate properties file that is included in the server bootstrap.properties file."
Would it be possible to have a transient directory in the wlp/usr/servers/myserver directory that does not get packaged during the server package command?
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