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When I look into the Application Path configuration, most of the folders have 'app root' behind their name in the column 'Type'. But in my case, there are also two having 'inherited map'. Would anyone know what this is and where I could find this?
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WebFOCUS 8105m Windows 7, All Outputs
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Inherited Map indicates these APP Folders were first created in the parent edasprof profile by mapping it to some physical path in the drive and then inherited into your current profile in the same name as in the parent profile.