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LIBERTY and configuration validation when starting
1) Liberty read configuration from server.xml But if it exists bad configuration it will start without any fatal errors. (ignore the xml that liberty does not understand) It is a kind of “best effort” starting that I do not want. I prefer that It does not start and said “bad configuration with …”. If not it will not have the behavior that we expect to be.
may be we can add a switch to have a strict validation of the xml configuration when starting ?
2) Can we see the effective “in memory” configuration ?
examples: ** If you declare Two registries it will federate both. So there is implicit configuration inside the runtime I‘d like to see this somewhere.
** if you read multiples files (include xml, configuration dropins…) , I want to see the “in memory result configuration tree” I‘d like to see the server.xml with all the configuration that is currently in memory.
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