This chapter provides an overview of the tasks needed to manage core features of Oracle WebCenter Content in a Content Server instance, such as system monitoring, configuration, security, and archiving.
For details about managing other features of Oracle WebCenter Content, including Repository Manager, Records, Imaging, Conversion, and Desktop, see Oracle Fusion Middleware Managing Oracle WebCenter Content.
This chapter includes the following topics:
WebCenter Content administrators perform several basic tasks to manage a Content Server instance. By default, a WebCenter Content administrator must be a user assigned the Admin role in Oracle WebLogic Server and also assigned the Admin role in WebCenter Content.
Section 3.4 describes how to access the Content Server home page using the Fusion Middleware Control interface. Fusion Middleware Control can be used to start and stop Content Server instances, configure common system settings, manage system components, monitor system logs and status and performance.
Section 3.5 describes how to access a Content Server portal using a web browser. The portal Administration tray (or menu) and the Admin Server can be used to start and stop Content Server instances, configure common system settings, configure index and search settings, manage system components, monitor system logs and status and performance, manage batch loading, manage file systems, and manage archives.
Section 4.2 describes how to start and stop Content Server instances using Fusion Middleware Control.
Section 4.3 describes how to start and stop Content Server instances using the WebLogic Server Administration Console.
Section 4.4 describes how to start and stop Content Server instances using scripts on the WebLogic Server Managed Server.
Section 4.5 describes how to run Content Server administration applications either as applets or in standalone mode. Administration applications include Archiver, Batch Loader, Component Wizard, Content Server Analyzer, System Properties, and User Admin.
Section 4.6 describes how to use the IdcShell tool in order to set configuration variables and environment variables by running Idoc Script from a command line.
Chapter 5 provides information on how to use the Batch Loader utility to check in (insert), delete, and update a large number of files simultaneously on a Content Server instance.
Chapter 6 provides information on sources of information and how to use them to monitor a Content Server instance.
Several tools are available to monitor Content Server status and performance.
Section 6.1 describes how to view the current status of a Content Server instance.
Section 6.2 describes how to view Java output from a Content Server instance.
Section 6.3 describes how to access the Configuration Information page and discusses the configuration details provided about a Content Server instance.
Section 6.4 describes how to access the System Audit Information page and discusses the system information it provides about general status, localization, tracing, cache, configuration entries, and components.
Section 6.5 explains how to view scheduled jobs which are run as part of events scheduled by system components. Viewing options include active scheduled jobs, scheduled jobs history, and scheduled jobs details.
Section 7.3 explains Content Server logs and describes how to access them.
Section 7.4 explains Content Archiver logs and describes how to access them.
Section 7.5 explains Inbound Refinery logs and describes how to access them.
Chapter 8 describes how to use Fusion Middleware Control to view log information, performance information (including metrics and recent service requests), and MBean attribute information.
WebCenter Content configuration covers a range of tasks from configuring Content Server and Internet settings, to components, to search tools and the search index, to providers, to the file store system, and security.
Configuration tasks for WebCenter Content features such as Inbound Refinery, Dynamic Converter, Records, Repository, and so forth are covered in Oracle Fusion Middleware Managing Oracle WebCenter Content.
This section covers the following topics:
This section provides links to information on configuring system properties.
Section 9.2.1 describes how to use Fusion Middleware Control to modify the Internet security settings for Content Server.
Section 9.2.2 describes how to use Fusion Middleware Control to modify the Internet email settings for Content Server.
Section 9.3 describes how to use Content Server to configure general system properties.
Section 9.4 describes how to use Content Server to configure content security options.
Section 9.5 describes how to use Content Server to configure Internet properties.
Section 9.6 describes how to use Content Server to configure system database properties.
Section 9.7 describes how to use Content Server to configure server properties.
Section 9.8 describes how to use Content Server to configure localization properties.
Section 9.9 describes how to use Content Server to change the specified location of the help browser, Java classpath, and the shared directory path.
This section provides links to information on configuring Content Server components.
Section 10.1 introduces Content Server components, which provide additional features or to modify existing functionality. It provides a table of standard system components with brief descriptions of their functions.
Section 10.2 describes how to manage components using the Admin Server, including instructions for enabling or disabling a component, installing or uninstalling a component, downloading a component, and modifying a component configuration.
Section 10.3 provides information on the process and steps in using the Component Wizard to create a custom component for Content Server.
Section 10.4 describes how to use the Component Tool which enables administrators to use a command line to install, enable, and disable components. It provides a table of tasks and associated commands.
This section provides links to information on various security tasks ranging from integrating WebCenter Content with other Oracle security software to managing users and accounts within Content Server.
Chapter 16 provides an introduction to security for WebCenter Content.
Chapter 17 explains the various security configuration options and describes the tasks for integrating WebCenter Content with Oracle WebLogic Server and OPSS software.
Chapter 18 explains the concepts of Content Server users, logins, and aliases and describes the tasks for managing them.
Chapter 19 explains the concepts of Content Server security groups, roles, and permissions and describes the tasks for managing them.
Chapter 20 explains the concept of Content Server accounts and describes the tasks to manage them.
Chapter 21 explains the concept of access control lists and describes the tasks to manage them.
Chapter 22 describes additional Content Server security connections and how to use them.
Chapter 23 describes additional customization options for accessing and communicating with a Content Server instance. Options include login/logout customization, Web browser URL customization, using extended user attributes, and managing filter data input.
This section provides links to information on managing Content Server system migration and archive options.
Chapter 24 describes the various software tools used to migrate and archive (back up) Oracle WebCenter Content system metadata, content, and structure.
Chapter 25 provides information on using the Configuration Migration utility with the Archiver utility to migrate content and export configuration and customization metadata.
Chapter 26 describes the Archiver utility and how to use it to archive Content Server content.
Chapter 27 provides information and describes tasks for exporting data from the Oracle Content Server instance for backup, storage, or import to another instance.
Chapter 28 provides information on using the Import function of the Archiver utility to retrieve files and Oracle Content Server information from an exported archive.
Chapter 29 provides information on using the Transfer function of the Archiver utility to move or copy content from one Content Server instance to another over sockets.
Chapter 30 provides information on using the Replication function of the Archiver utility to automate the Archiver export, import, and transfer functions.
Chapter 31 provides information about backing up and recovering the Contribution Folders structure in the Oracle WebCenter Content system.
Chapter 32 describes the Folder Structure Archive feature, which enables administrators to archive the Oracle WebCenter Content folder structure, as well as its associated content for Contribution Folders and Folders_g folders.
Chapter 33 describes how to use the Folders Migration utility migrate Content Server folder content and structure from Contribution Folders to Folders.
Chapter 34 provides information about several typical archiving and migration strategies for Content Server.
Chapter 35 describes the Archiver Replication Exceptions feature, which is used to prevent failed Archiver imports from stopping replication in a Content Server instance.
This section provides links to information on additional Content Server features.
Appendix A provides information on using methods and tools that can be helpful in troubleshooting Content Server.
Appendix B describes how to install and configure the BPEL component for Content Server, and how to configure Content Server workflows to initiate deployed processes on the Business Process Execution Language (BPEL) server.
Appendix C provides information on how to install and configure the Need to Know (NTK or NtkDocDisclosure) component for Content Server. It also describes how to use the component to customize Content Server security areas including user access to content, search results, user credentials, behavior of metadata changes, and use of WHERE clause in searches.
Appendix D describes how to install Kofax Capture and Kofax Capture Export Connector components and configure their batch classes for use with Content Server check-in parameters.