you can use :
then to get the property at runtime try to use coherence mbeans api
if it is not avaliable in mbeans api you can use also a system property -Dmycustomproperty=10s
thanks for the answer.
Actually I need a default value which can be overriden at runtime as described in the documentation
This is very handy to move conifguration items outside the cache-config.
Do you know why the xml woul dnot validate when system-property is used in the write-delay?
<?xml version="1.0" encoding="UTF-8"?>
Coherence accepts it (when we force no xml validation (removing the xmlns)).
But I would like to use the xml validation to avoid miss-configurations.
yes that's for sure (the xml validation is failing because the xsd doesn't allow that attribute).
But the documentation is saying the opposite.
So is this just a bug in the version (3.7.1) I'm using
or just the wrong xsd I'm pointing at.
or something else?
Maybe someone from Coherence staff can help?