Application configuration files are based on configuration of an application.
<user id="babooey" on="cpu1"> <firstname>Bob</firstname> <lastname>Abooey</lastname> <department>adv</department> <cell>555-1212</cell> <address password="xxxx">firstname.lastname@example.org</address> <address password="xxxx">email@example.com</address> </user>
babooey: computer : cpu1 firstname: Bob lastname: Abooey cell: 555-1212 addresses: - address: firstname.lastname@example.org password: xxxx - address: email@example.com password: xxxx
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