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What configuration file contains app version numbers so I can propagate version numbers from GitHub to Splunk?

IRHM73
Motivator

Hi, firstly my apologies if this isn't the correct forum, but I wonder whether you may be able to help me please.

I have just taken over some administration tasks for Splunk, so definitely a beginner, but I've noticed that over time, the version numbers of users' apps have become a little, well a lot in some cases, out of alignment.

We use GitHub, Puppet, and Jenkins to propagate the Splunk app through our 4 environments: DEV, QA, Staging, and PROD. Now I think I've been able to find most of the settings to use so that I can update or amend the apps correctly through our 4 environments, but I'm not sure what .conf file contains the version number of the app, so I can then update it in the GitHub repository and pass through the environments.

I just wondered whether someone may be able offer some guidance on where I may be able to get this from?

Many thanks and kind regards

Chris

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javiergn
SplunkTrust
SplunkTrust

javiergn
SplunkTrust
SplunkTrust

I guess you are looking for the app.conf file:

http://docs.splunk.com/Documentation/Splunk/6.4.0/admin/AppConf

IRHM73
Motivator

Hi @javiergn, thank you for this. This helps greatly.

Kind Regards

Chris

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