We recently copied a .esb from one project environment to another. The other project uses a different set of resources (database, queue server, etc...). We ended up using environment variables and modifying the Bindings for each Service Endpoint URL to use the appropriate environment variable.
The issue we have is that the Service Endpoints review screen still shows the other environments settings even though the environment variables are used. This is very confusing since those values aren't the ones being used. Even being able to clear the URL would be preferred but that causes an error to be thrown by the ESB Explorer. We could also change the value to the appropriate project setting but that seems to defeat the purpose of having the environment variables.
Any guidance would be appreciated. Thanks!
BTW - We are using Neuron version 126.96.36.199.
so this is really a UI issue, correct? In other words, at runtime, the correct environmental values are used, but at design time, you're still seeing the old values, correct?
Is this if you are in online mode, or offline mode within the explorer?
Yes this is a UI issue and the runtime is correct. This was in offline mode opening a specific .esb file. When I switched to using online they displayed just fine with the correct values.