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If you have been following along with the example, your customization.properties file should contain the following layer values:

                               
#Configured values for the default layer values
#site=remoteoffices 
site=headquarters
                            

The layer value without the prefix # is the active layer value in the site layer. When the application is run, the applicable customizations that belong to the active layer value only is loaded from the corresponding repository and layered over the base metadata of the application to produce the desired customized contents for viewing.

When you run the application with headquarters as the active layer value, in the Browse page you should see the order items table with five columns (without the ProductName column).

To see customized contents belonging to remoteoffices, you would restart the application after editing the properties file by removing the prefix # from the site=remoteoffices layer and adding the prefix # to the site=headquarters layer:

                               
#Configured values for the default layer values
site=remoteoffices 
#site=headquarters
                            

When you run the application with remoteoffices as the active layer value, the order items table should include ProductName as the sixth column.

The customization.properties file can contain configurable layer values defined for one or more customization layers. For example, the properties file could contain the following configurable customization layer values defined for a site layer and an industry layer:

                               
#Configured values for the default layer values
industry=financial
#industry=healthcare
#site=remoteoffices 
site=headquarters
                            

When the application is run, the customized contents would include the base application contents plus custom contents in the industry=financial layer and the site=headquarters layer.

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