Just wondering if a plugin that asks us to put code into config.json would expect us to simply put that same code into mmomni.yml. I’m assuming so, and I’ve been digging around to see if there’s a separate plugin configuration file, but coming up empty. Thanks in advance!
Steps to reproduce
Mattermost 8.0, installed using Omnibus.
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Yes, if a plugin requires you to put code into the
config.json file, you would generally add the same code to the
mmomni.yml file when using Mattermost installed with Omnibus. The
mmomni.yml file is the configuration file for Mattermost when using Omnibus, and it replaces the
config.json file used in other installations.
To add the plugin configuration to
mmomni.yml, you can locate the
PluginSettings section in the file and add the necessary code there. If you’re unsure about the exact format or syntax, it’s recommended to consult the plugin documentation or reach out to the plugin developer for assistance.
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