Understanding FGLPROFILE

The runtime system uses one or more configuration files in which you can define options and parameters to change the behavior of the programs.

The FGLPROFILE files define standard BDL or user-defined entries with a name and value.

Standard entries can be used to control the runtime system behavior, and user-defined entries can be defined to configure your application.

Tip: Prefix user-defined entries with the name of your application to avoid conflicts with standard BDL FGLPROFILE entries.

Multiple profile files can be specified in the FGLPROFILE environment variable.

Note: On mobile devices, you must deploy a file with the name "fglprofile" in the appdir directory. See FGLPROFILE for mobile apps for more details.

The list of standard core language FGLPROFILE entries can be found in FGLPROFILE entries for core language.