This administration guide provides all information required to set up and administer Inbound Refinery version 11gR1 on a computer running either Microsoft Windows or UNIX. Inbound Refinery version 11gR1 manages conversion of digital assets and documents to accessible formats and provides thumbnailing functionality.
The guide is intended mainly for administrators, managers, and privileged users responsible for managing retention content settings.
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The following documentation is available:
Oracle WebCenter Release Notes: provides the most current considerations for installing and administering all versions of Inbound Refinery.
Oracle WebCenter Content Installation Guide
In addition to these guides, you can also access information about the product with context-sensitive tooltips, quick help, and help menu.
The following text conventions are used in this document:
|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.|
||Monospace type indicates commands within a paragraph, URLs, code in examples, text that appears on the screen, or text that you enter.|
|Forward slashes (/)||Forward slashes are used to separate the directory levels in a path to a UNIX server, directory, or file. Forward slashes are also used to separate parts of an Internet address. A forward slash will always be included at the end of a UNIX directory name and might or might not be included at the end of an Internet address.|
|Backward slashes (\)||Backward slashes are used to separate the levels in a path to a Windows server, directory, or file. A backward slash will always be included at the end of a Windows server, directory, or file path.|
|DomainHome||This notation refers to the user-specified directory where Oracle WebCenter Content is deployed to run on an Oracle WebLogic Server application server. DomainHome is a term used in Oracle WebLogic Server deployment.|
|IntradocDir/||This notation refers to the root directory for actual configuration and data files specific to a Content Server instance deployed on the Oracle WebCenter Content domain on an Oracle WebLogic Server. The files include startup files (config.cfg and executables). This Idoc Script variable is configured for one type of Content Server instance: Content Server, Inbound Refinery, or WebCenter: Records. It does not refer to run-time media.
The path specified in the variable must be an absolute path to the instance directory, and it must be unique to a particular server or node.
The default location for the instance directory is specified as DomainHome/ucm/short-product-id where short-product-id can be: