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The Application Data Directory is the folder that OpenMRS uses f= or external storage of data. Most data is stored in the database but some l= arge files and other things that are not appropriate for a relational datab= ase.
As of version 1.8, openmrs will put this directory in the current runnin= g directory. If you are using tomcat this is /opt/tomcathome/.openmrs or C:= \Program Files\Apache\Tomcat 6.0\OpenMRS
In version 1.7 and earlier, the default location is the home directory o= f the user running tomcat. ~/yourusername/.openmrs or C:\Docs and Settings\= yourusername\Application Data\OpenMRS
You have several options if you want to have control over where this dir= ectory is:
(see http://tomcat.apache.or= g/tomcat-6.0-doc/config/context.html for more info)
There are several convenience methods to help developers findSee the met= hods: