Project configuration

Properties files


These properties files relate to configuring Atoti CVA Risk Capital.

Location: The application properties files are provided in the cvarc-starter module in the cvarc-starter/src/main/resources/ directory

File Purpose <!— maybe in cva? —> ActiveMonitor properties
application.yaml Sets port and context for the application General properties Hibernate (persistence and query service) properties General Sign-off module configurations Sign-off export configurations

Data Files

You will need to specify where your CSV files are placed. In the default implementation, the CSV files are required to provide Atoti Server with the necessary data and configuration to do the calculations in the Atoti CVA Risk Capital.

All the files need to be kept under one directory of your choice anywhere on the file system. The path to this directory needs to be specified in The below property needs to be updated to specify an accessible directory containing the necessary files.


Sample files can be found in the frtb-starter/src/test/resources/data folder (a.k.a. don’t expect to see any of them in the WAR generated by the build)…



TIP:  To get started with deployment (e.g. if you are not running the application directly from the IDE) you can easily copy/paste the whole sample data folder (from source zip) into somewhere accessible by your deployed runtime, and change the configuration in accordingly to point to that data.


If you want to replace the bookmarks you have persisted in your content server, you can override all the content of the content server with content from a JSON file when the Atoti Server instance starts up.

In order to do this, the value for the property contentServer.factory-reset should be set to true in the file as below.


The data that gets loaded into the content server is imported from a json file. The json file that gets loaded in by default is frtb-content-server.json. It is specified in as below:


Atoti CVA Risk Capital ships with the following two sample content server files:

  • frtb-content-server.json - Sample set of bookmarks are for the SA, IMA, PL Attribution and Combined Cube.
  • frtb-content-server-query.json - If running on distributed deployment and only the query node is exposed to end users, sample set of bookmarks for the SA, IMA, PL Attribution and Combined Cube to be used in the query node.

Atoti UI

You will need to specify in the Atoti UI configuration file where the Atoti Server project is running. Please note, the end-user’s browser will be connecting to the URL you specify here, so you should specify the exact host name as opposed to localhost.

The standalone application contains an frtb_env.js file which will need to be updated with the correct server URL:

const FRTB_port = 8080
const FRTB_host = window.location.hostname
const FRTB_path = "/frtb-starter"

window.env = {
  csServers: [
      name: 'Bookmarks',
      url: 'http://' + FRTB_host + ':' + FRTB_port + FRTB_path,
  apServers: [
      name: 'FRTB',
      url: 'http://' + FRTB_host + ':' + FRTB_port + FRTB_path,
      csServerName: 'Bookmarks',

ActiveMonitor (optional)

If you choose to deploy ActiveMonitor, you will need to modify the following properties files:

  • (frtb-starter)

    # The URL to use to connect to the ActiveMonitor
    # The URL to use to connect to the ActiveMonitor repository
    # The URL of the current ActivePivot
  • env.js (frtb-activeui)

    # The URL to use to connect to the ActiveMonitor
    activeMonitorServerUrl: 'http://localhost:8081/frtb-activemonitor',

DoctorPivot Configuration(optional)

  • No changes required

Data load controller

For configuration details, see FRTB-specific configuration.