The Syniti Match API Configuration Guide provides the information necessary for creating and customizing XML-formatted configuration settings for use with Syniti Match API.
Configurations can be stored on disk, in a database table, or can be dynamically generated by an application at runtime.
Keep configurations as concise as possible. There's no need to specify settings that are identical to the defaults (Refer to config\configFull.xml, which illustrates default settings).
If different configurations share common settings, move these into separate configurations. For instance, if multiple processes use the same match keys, create a configuration that only contains the match keys. If multiple processes use the same memory and/or disk settings, create a configuration that only contains these settings. Multiple configurations can be applied, serially; each configuration overrides only the settings that it contains.