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AFAIK, no, there is no such service.
In Admin Server section you can edit config.cfg file, but that's about it. Of course, you can create your own form/service to edit the data.
However, what exactly is their meaning? Why do you store them in a resource file, rather than in the database? Note that changes in a resource file often becomes effective only after restart of the server (so, there's usually no issue with editing them directly on the filesystem).
I am using the SendMail component provided by oracle, and I wanted to let the user change the body of the mails from the content server interface. Our mail content are currently defined in some component resource files so I wanted to find a way to change it from the content server. However, I noticed that The Sendmail service accepts not only templates -from resource files- but also plain text or html during service call. I therefore plan to change how mail are sent by creating a secure file in the content server where email template are defined and can be easily modified. I think this is the best way to bring the flexibility I need.
Thanks for the information!
Edited by: Leo-G on 27.03.2013 03:16
Edited by: Leo-G on 27.03.2013 03:17