Local properties for a component template

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When editing a component template, you can assign properties directly to the component template.

These are called local properties, and they only apply to the component template; they are not available globally like properties created in the Property Dictionary.

Assigning local properties to a component template allows you to discover multiple instances of the same component on the same server. To accomplish this you must create sets of local properties defined to the values you need. For example, suppose you wanted two instances of an Apache server component on the same machine. Using multiple instances of local property sets, you can define different locations for the components encapsulating the Apache server. When you run a Component Discovery Job, it examines the different sets of local properties and create a component for each set.

The Local Properties tab lets you perform the following procedures:

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