In order to prevent Nucleus from creating new components unnecessarily during development, you can configure ATG to check the case of file names by setting the checkFileNameCase property of the Nucleus component to true. This prevents Nucleus from creating new components if, for example, you create a component named Person and then mistakenly refer to it as person.

The checkFileNameCase property has no effect on UNIX platforms. It imposes a small performance cost on Windows. Therefore, once your application is no longer in active development and you are not creating new components often, you should set the checkFileNameCase property back to false (the default).

The recommended deployment configuration (false) is set in the liveconfig configuration layer. To learn more about liveconfig settings, see Enabling liveconfig Settings in the Configuring for Production chapter.

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