|Oracle® Fusion Middleware System Administrator's Guide for Content Server
11g Release 1 (11.1.1)
Part Number E10792-01
This guide describes concepts and tasks for configuring and managing the Oracle Content Server system.
This guide is intended for people who are responsible for configuring and administering Content Server.
This guide includes the following sections:
Chapter 1, "Introduction to Oracle Content Server Administration," provides an overview of Content Server administration tasks, Oracle Enterprise Manager Fusion Middleware Control, Oracle WebLogic Server Administration Console, Oracle WebLogic Scripting Tool, the Content Server Administration page and utilities, and how to run Content Server administration applications.
Chapter 2, "Using Oracle Fusion Middleware Control to Manage Oracle UCM Content Server", provides information on using Fusion Middleware Control to access UCM Content Server and manage certain Content Server tasks and configuration.
Chapter 3, "Managing System Settings and Processes," provides information on configuring and managing Content Server using system settings and processes.
Chapter 4, "Managing Security and User Access," provides information on managing content security, user access, and network security for Content Server.
Chapter 5, "Working With Components," provides information on adding, removing, and managing components, which provide additional specialized functionality.
Chapter 6, " Managing Search Tools," provides information on using Oracle Text Search to search content.
Chapter 7, "Managing System Migration and Archiving," provides instructions for the tasks needed to migrate both the content and structure of one Content Server to another.
Appendix A, "User Interface," contains reference information on the graphical user interface screens used for administration functions and tasks.
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For more information, see the following documents in the Oracle Fusion Middleware Content Server 11g Release 1 (11.1.1) documentation set:
Oracle Fusion Middleware Content Server Release Notes
Oracle Fusion Middleware Developer's Guide for Content Server
Oracle Fusion Middleware Application Administrator's Guide for Content Server
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