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Oracle® Secure Enterprise Search Administrator's Guide
11g Release 1 (11.1.2.0.0)

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Preface

The Oracle Secure Enterprise Search Administrator's Guide explains how to administer Oracle Secure Enterprise Search instances. You will learn how to set up a variety of information sources, crawl and index those sources, and customize the search results.

This Preface contains these topics:

Audience

Oracle Secure Enterprise Search Administrator's Guide is intended for administrators and application developers who perform the following tasks:

  • Install and configure Oracle Secure Enterprise Search

  • Administer Oracle Secure Enterprise Search

  • Develop Oracle Secure Enterprise Search applications

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Related Documents

For more information about Oracle Secure Enterprise Search, refer to the following resources:

  • Oracle Secure Enterprise Search Release Notes

    Provides version information and identifies known issues.

  • Oracle Secure Enterprise Search Installation Guides

    Discuss installation requirements and tips, and provides information on how to get started using Oracle Secure Enterprise Search.

  • Oracle Secure Enterprise Search Administration API Guide

    Provides an introduction to the various interfaces to the Administration API.

  • Oracle Secure Enterprise Search Administration Java API Reference

    Describes the classes and methods in the Oracle SES Administration Java API for efficiently managing multiple instances of Oracle SES.

  • Oracle Secure Enterprise Search Java API Reference

    Describes the classes and methods in the Oracle SES Java API.

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Conventions

The following text conventions are used in this document:

Convention Meaning
boldface Boldface type indicates graphical user interface elements associated with an action, or terms defined in text or the glossary.
italic Italic type indicates book titles, emphasis, or placeholder variables for which you supply particular values.
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ORACLE_BASE ORACLE_BASE is the root of the directory structure where Oracle SES software and its supporting infrastructure software are installed. This directory path is typically stored in an environment variable. On Linux and UNIX systems, you can reference the variable as $ORACLE_BASE. On Windows, the equivalent is %ORACLE_BASE%.
ORACLE_HOME ORACLE_HOME refers to the path ORACLE_BASE/seshome. The path is typically stored in an environment variable. On Linux and UNIX systems, you can reference the variable as $ORACLE_HOME. On Windows, the equivalent is %ORACLE_HOME.
/ A slash separates levels of a directory path. On Windows, use a backslash (\) instead of a slash (/).

Note:

In previous releases, the base path of Oracle SES was referred to as ORACLE_HOME. In Oracle SES release 11g, the base path is referred to as ORACLE_BASE. This represents the Software Location that you specify at the time of installing Oracle SES.

ORACLE_HOME now refers to the path ORACLE_BASE/seshome.