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Oracle® Fusion Middleware Configuration Guide for Oracle Enterprise Repository
11g Release 1 (11.1.1.7)

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A

Acceptance, 9.10
Accepting a Submission, 9.10.2
Access, 4.4
Access Administrator, 4.7.1
Access Control, 17.5.1.8
Access Definitions, 1.6.4.2, 4.4
Access Options, 4.7.2
Access Setting and the Asset Editor, 1.6.4.1
Access Settings, 1.6, 4.3.2
Access Settings and the Asset Editor, 4.2.1
Access System Settings, 17.1
Accessing Oracle Enterprise Repository Diagnostics Page, 5.1
Activating the Policy Management Feature, 14.2
adapterAsset, 6.2.10
Adapters and Applications, 6.2.10
Adding a Relationship to a Project, 1.4.7
Adding an SFID to an Asset, 13.4
Adding Files to an Asset, A.5
Adding Metrics, 7.1.2
Adding the Applied Asset Policies Element to a Type, 14.6
Adding the Policy Assertion Element to the Policy Type, 14.4
Adding the SFID Element to a Type, 13.3
Administering Oracle Business Process Management Web Applications, 9.5.2
Administrating Oracle Business Process Management Processes, 9.5
Administration Tab, 9.10.3
Advanced Configuration, 6.2.10
Advanced Options, 3.2.3
Advanced Registration Flow Components, 9.11.1
Advanced Role-based Access Control, 4.1
Advanced Submitter, 4.7.1
Affinity Settings, 17.5.1.13
applicationName, 6.2.10
Applications via Oracle BSE (WSDL/SOAP), 6.3.1.7
Apply a Compliance Template to a Project, 11.4
Applying a Policy to an Asset, 14.7
Approval, 9.10
Architecture Blueprints, 11.1
Artifacts/Products Version Matrix, 6.1.3
Asset Expiration Warning Notification, 9.6.8.1
Asset Type Inventory, A.8
Asset Types Created by the Harvester, 6.3.1
Asset Upload System Settings, A.2.1
Assets, 4.4, 9.1
Assets in Progress, 12.1, 17.5.1.5
Assets Pane - Consumption Method, 6.3.12.1
Audit Log, Reviews, and Notes, 9.10.5
Automated Asset Registration Using Automated Workflows, 9.10.1
Automated Workflow Components, 9.4.1
Automated Workflows, 9.2.2, 9.11
Automated Workflows Engine, 9.5.3
Automatic Asset Acceptance Flowchart, 9.6.4.1
Automatic Asset Registration Flows, 9.6.4

B

Base Data Pack, 2.4, A.8.1
Basic Concepts, 4.3
Basic Configuration, 1
see Departments
see Overview
Best Practices, 6.3.14
BI Publisher, 16.1
BPEL, 6.3.1.1
build.properties File Property Values, 9.3.4
Business Entities, 10.3.2.1.1

C

Calculating the SFID Programmatically, 13.7
Categorizations, 10.3.2.1.4
Checking the Oracle Registry Repository Exchange Utility Log File, 10.3.4
Classpath URLs, 6.2.7.2
Cleaning Up Stored Events, 9.8.3
Cloning a User, 1.3.4
Closing a Project, 1.4.6
Command Line Options for the Harvester, 6.2.2.2
Completing the Tab Approval Process, 9.10.4
Compliance Template, 11.1
Compliance Templates, 1.4.1
Configure and Run the Oracle Business Process Management Process Engine, 9.11.3
Configure Oracle Enterprise Repository for Container Managed Authentication, 3.3.2
Configure Oracle Enterprise Repository For Use With Single Sign-On Authentication, 3.2.2
Configure the Custom Help URL Property, A.1.2
Configure the Oracle Enterprise Repository Event Manager, 9.11.1
Configure the setenv File, 9.3.5
Configure Using the Asset Type Name, 10.2.1.2
Configuring a JMS Provider In WebSphere 6.1.0.5, 9.7.5
Configuring a Standalone Process Engine for Failover, 9.5.4
Configuring Access Settings for Existing Roles, 4.7
Configuring Advanced Role-based Access Control, 4
Configuring and Using Automated Harvesting, 6
Configuring Assets in Progress, 12
Configuring Automated Usage Detection, 13
Configuring Automated Workflows, 9.6
Configuring BI Publisher Enterprise Server, 16
Configuring Community Flows, 9.6.4.1
Configuring Connectivity Properties for External JMS Servers, 9.7.2
Configuring Email Notifications and Distribution Lists, 8
Configuring Embedded JMS Servers for Clustering, 9.7.4.2
Configuring External JMS Jar Files, 9.7.2.4
Configuring External JMS Servers for Clustering, 9.7.4.3
Configuring JMS Durable Subscribers for Web Service Endpoints, 9.7.3.1
Configuring JMS Message Header Properties, 9.7.2.2
Configuring JMS Servers, 9.7
Configuring JMS Servers in an Oracle Enterprise Repository Cluster, 9.7.4
Configuring Logging for the Harvester, 6.2.8
Configuring Logging of Event Manager Events, 9.4.6
Configuring Metadata Change Flows, 9.6.6.2
Configuring Metrics, 7
Configuring Optional Event Manager Settings, 9.4.4.2
Configuring Oracle Enterprise Repository Categorizations in the UDDI Mappings File, 10.2.4
Configuring Oracle Enterprise Repository to use External Authentication Tooling, 3
Configuring Oracle Enterprise Repository Workflow, 9
Configuring Policy Management, 14, 15
Configuring Prescriptive Reuse, 11
Configuring the Automated Workflows to Process a Submission Event, 9.11.3.2
Configuring the BI Publisher Server - Cache Expiration, 16.4
Configuring the Embedded ActiveMQ JMS Server to Use a Database, 9.7.3
Configuring the Event Manager, 9.4.2
Configuring the Event Manager's System Settings, 9.4.4
Configuring the Harvester, 6.2
Configuring the Harvester for the Command Line, 6.2.2
Configuring the Oracle Enterprise Repository Event Manager, 9.4
Configuring the Oracle Enterprise Repository JDBC Data Source, 16.3
Configuring the Oracle Enterprise Repository System Settings to Enable Reporting, 16.5
Configuring the Oracle Registry Repository Exchange Utility, 10.2
Configuring the Oracle Registry Repository Exchange Utility Configuration File, 10.2.3
Configuring the Subscription Manager, 9.4.5
Configuring the tModelKey UDDI Setting, 10.2.5
Configuring Web Service Endpoints, 9.4.5.1
Configuring Workflow, 9.8.4
Consumed Assets, 1.4.1
Container Managed Setup, 3.3
Create a Submission Upload Directory, A.2
Create New Users/Allow Unapproved Users, 3.2.3.2
Create the Asset CAS, 4.6.1.2
Create the File CAS, 4.6.2.2
Creating a Compliance Template, 11.3
Creating a Compliance Template Type, 11.2
Creating a Distribution List, 8.3
Creating a New Department, 1.2.1
Creating a New Role, 1.5.2
Creating a New User, 1.3.1
Creating a Policy, 14.5
Creating a Policy Type, 14.3, 15.3
Creating a Project, 1.4.2
Creating an Asset Audit Log, A.3
Creating and Configuring an Artifact Store, A.2.2
Creating and Configuring an Upload Submission Directory, A.2
Creating and Customizing a Workflow Configuration File, 9.6.2
Creating/Assigning Default Roles for New Users, 3.2.3.1
Custom Links, 17.5.1.11
Customize the Oracle Enterprise Repository Help System, A.1
Customizing Email Notification Templates, 9.6.9
Customizing Oracle Enterprise Repository, 2

D

Data Rules, A.9
Database Runtime Properties, 9.5.3.2
dbqueries, 7.3.1
Define Security Model, 16.2
Defining the Oracle Enterprise Repository Connection and Registrar, 9.6.2.1
Delete Assets After Expiration, 9.6.8.4
Deleting a Role, 1.5.4
Deleting a Single Session, 1.7.2
Deleting Multiple Session, 1.7.3
Departments, 1.2
Deploy Oracle Enterprise Repository Pre-configured BI Publisher Content, 16.1
Description of Sample Directory Crawler, 13.5.1.3
Description of the Asset Type Catalog, A.9.6
Detecting Duplicate Artifacts, 6.3.10
Developing a Notifier Plug-in, 9.9.3.3
Developing a Web Service Endpoint, 9.9.2
Developing an Endpoint with an Incompatible Contract, 9.9.4
Diagnostics Page, 5.1
Disabling Assets in Progress, 12.4
Documentation Tab, 9.10.3
Download the Help File, A.1.1
Downloading Harvested Artifacts, 6.3.11

E

Editing a Project, 1.4.3
Editing a Role, 1.5.3
Editing Department Information, 1.2.2
Editing Permissions, 1.6.2
Editing User Information, 1.3.5
Element Storage, A.9.3
Elements Required to Exist on Asset Types, A.9.4
Elements Tied to Functionality, A.9.5
Email Notification Templates, 9.2.3.3
Email Notification Use Cases, 9.6.10
Email Templates, 8.4
Enable Debug Logging, 3.2.3.7
Enable LDAP Integration System Properties, 3.1.2
Enable Single Sign-On Integration System Properties, 3.2.2.1
Enable System Settings Properties, 17.3
Enable Unapproved/New User Login, 3.2.3.3
Enabling and Configuring an External JMS Server, 9.7.2.1
Enabling Assets in Progress, 12.3
Enabling Custom Access Settings, 4.2.2
Enabling Harvesting of Unrecognized SFIDs, 13.5.1.1
Enabling JMS Clustering Mode, 9.7.4.1
Enabling SFID, 13.2
Enabling the Event Manager, 9.4.4.1
Enabling the SFID Manager, 13.6.1
Enabling Viewing of Assets in Progress Through an IDE, 12.5
Encrypt Password Tool, 5.3.2
Encrypted Password Used in Oracle Enterprise Repository Deployment, 5.2.1
Encrypting Config File Passwords, 9.2.3.7
Encrypting the Registrar User Password, 9.6.2.2
Encrypting Your Passwords, 9.8.5
Endpoint, 10.3.2.1.3
Enterprise Authentication Settings, 17.5.3
eTrust Single Sign-On, 3.2
Event Log Messages, 9.5.5.1
Event Management Tools, 9.2.3
Event Monitor, 9.2.1
Event Monitoring Console, 9.4.3
Example "Community Flow" Use Case, 9.12
Example Use Cases, 10.1.2
Exchange Utility Configuration File, 5.3.2
Exchange Utility Tool
see Known Issues
Extending the Event Manager for Web Service Endpoints, 9.9
External Integration Settings, 17.5.5

F

FileSet, 6.2.4.2
Flags on Asset Type Elements, A.9.1
Functional Settings, 17.5.1

G

General User Interface, 17.5.1.1
Generating a New Config File, 9.2.3.5
Generating Encrypted Passwords, 5.2
Getting Started with Harvester, 6.1
see Best Practices
see Prerequisites
seeKnown Issues
Grandfathered Data, A.9.2
Grant/Deny Access to Specific Assets, 4.6.1
Grant/Deny Access to Specific Download Files Within an Asset, 4.6.2
Granting and Denying Permissions, 4.6
Granting Permissions to a Role, 1.6.1

H

Harvester, 6
Harvester Configuration File, 5.3.1
Harvester Functionality, 6.1.2
Harvester Properties Matrix, A.10
Harvester Solution Pack, 2.4, 2.4, A.8.2
Harvesting from Oracle SOA Suite Server, 6.2.6.1
Harvesting of Artifacts, 6.3
Harvesting Oracle Business Process Analysis Projects, 6.3.2
Harvesting Oracle SOA Suite, 6.3.1.5
Harvesting Web Services from Oracle Service Bus, 6.2.6.3
Harvesting Web Services from WebLogic Server, 6.2.6.2
How the Exchanged Metadata Is Synchronized, 10.3.2

I

Inactivate After Expiration, 9.6.8.3
Install OBPM, 9.3.2
Install Oracle Enterprise Repository Solution Packs, 2.4
Install the Oracle Registry Repository Exchange Utility, 10.2.1.1
Installing and Configuring the Oracle Registry Repository Exchange Utility, 10.2.1
Installing Oracle Enterprise Repository Workflow into Oracle BPM 10.3, 9.3
Installing Oracle Service Registry, 10.2.2
Invoking Harvester from WLST, 6.2.5
Invoking the Harvester Using the Repository.Submit Ant Task, 6.2.4
Invoking the Oracle Registry Repository Exchange Utility Using Workflows, 10.3.1.1

J

JCA Adapters, 6.3.1.6
jcaCSAAdapterName, 6.2.10
jcaSpecBinding, 6.2.10
JMS Server, 9.2.1

K

Known Issues, 6.3.15, 10.3.5

L

LDAP Property Examples, 3.1.5
LDAP/Active Directory, 3.1
see Overview
see Security Considerations
Locating a Project, 1.4.5
Log Viewer, 9.2.3.2
Log Viewer With OER Filter, 9.5.5.1

M

Maintaining XSLT Templates for use with the Export-to-PDF Feature, A.6
Managing E-mail Distribution Lists, 8.3
Memory and Execution Thread Properties, 9.5.3.3
Metadata Change Flows, 9.6.6
Metric Elements
see Overview
Miscellaneous, 17.5.1.13
Miscellaneous JMS Properties, 9.7.2.3
Modify LDAP/Active Directory Properties, 3.1.3
Modify the Web Application's Web.xml File, 3.3.3
Monitoring and Managing Events, 9.8
Monitoring Events, 9.8.2
Move Settings to Database, 17.4
Multi-tier Automatic Assignment Flowchart, 9.6.5.1
Multi-tier Automatic Assignment Flows, 9.6.5

N

namespace, 6.2.10
New User Notification, 3.2.3.4
Notes on Department Synchronization, 3.2.3.5
Notifications, 17.5.1.7
Notifier Plug-in, 9.9.3.3

O

Object Model, 13.5.1.2
Obtaining the Harvester, 6.2.1
Open API, 17.5.4.1
Oracle Business Process Management, 9.2.1
Oracle Business Process Management Log Viewer, 9.5.5, 9.11.4
Oracle Enterprise Repository Automated Workflows, 9.2
Oracle Enterprise Repository Default Artifact Store Integration, A.5
Oracle Enterprise Repository Event Manager, 9.2.1
Oracle Metadata Service URLs, 6.2.7.1
Oracle Registry Repository Exchange Utility, 10.1
Oracle Service Bus (OSB) Project, 6.3.1.9
Other Configurations, A
Other Passwords, 5.2.2
Overview, 1.1, 3.1.1, 7.1.1
Overview of Automated Workflows, 9.6.1
Overview of JMS for the Event Manager, 9.7.1
Overview Tab, 9.10.3

P

parameter.properties, 6.2.1
Parameters for the repository.submit Ant Task, 6.2.4.1
Password Encryption, 5
Performing Optional Harvester Configuration, 6.2.7
Plug-ins and Adapters, A.4
Policies, 4.4, 14.1
Policy Management, 17.5.1.6
Prerequisites, 6.1.1
prescriptive reuse, 11.1
Print Asset Detail via PDF, 17.5.1.3
Process Overview, 4.5
Process to approve a tab, 9.10.4
Produced Assets, 1.4.1
Project Administrator, 4.7.1
Project Profiles, 11.1
Projects, 1.4, 4.4
Projects and Navigator, 17.5.1.4
Proxy Service or Business Service, 6.3.1.8

Q

Query by Categorizations, 10.2.3.3.3
Query by Filters, 10.2.3.3.4
Query by Name, 10.2.3.3.1
Query by Registration Status, 10.2.3.3.2

R

Reassigning Users/Usage, 1.4.4
Rebranding Oracle Enterprise Repository, 2.2
Refreshing an Existing Config File, 9.2.3.6
Refreshing the Workflow Config File, 9.8.4.1
Registering an Asset, 9.10.3
Registrar, 4.7.1
Registrar Administrator, 4.7.1
Registration and Active Status, 10.3.2.1.5
Rejection, 9.10
Relationship Diagram, 1.1
Relationships Tab, 9.10.3
RemoteProject, 6.2.4.2, 6.2.4.2
Remove an SFID File, 13.4.2
Reports, 4.4, 17.5.1.12
Review, 9.10
Role Synchronization, 3.2.3.6
Role-based Access Control Use Cases, 4.8
Role/Department-based Homepage Display, 2.3
Roles, 1.5, 4.3.1
Running a Project Compliance Report, 11.6
Running Queries Against the Database, 7.3
Running the Harvester from Ant, 6.2.4.3
Running the Oracle Enterprise Repository Policy Reports, 14.10
Running the Oracle Registry Repository Exchange Utility, 10.3.1
Runtime Harvesting Details, 6.2.6

S

Sample Event Cleanup, 9.8.3.3
Sample WSDL File, 9.9.2
Search, 17.5.1.2
Search for System Settings, 17.2
Searching for Oracle Service Registry, 10.3.3
Searching Harvested Assets, 6.3.12
Security Considerations, 1.6.4, 3.1.4, 4.2
Security Encrypt Password tool, 9.6.2.2
Selecting a New Artifact Store, A.2.3
Selecting a Web Service Operation, 9.9.3.2
Selecting the Artifacts to Harvest for the Command Line, 6.2.2.2
Server Settings, 17.5.2
Service Keys, 10.3.2.1.2
Sessions, 1.7
see Deleting a Single Session
see Deleting Multiple Session
see Viewing Sessions
Set up a Shared Directory for a Submission Upload Directory, A.2
setenv File Property Values, 9.3.5
Setting Repository Connection Information for the Command Line, 6.2.2.1
Setting the Destination Registries, 10.2.3.4
Setting the Expression to Filter Events, 9.4.5.2
Setting the Registry Connection Information, 10.2.3.2
Setting the Registry Query, 10.2.3.5
Setting the Repository Connection Information, 10.2.3.1
Setting the Repository Query, 10.2.3.3
Setting the Source Registry, 10.2.3.6
Setting Up a Community for Multi-tier Tab Approval, 9.6.5.3
Setting Up an Asset Type for Multi-tier Tab Approval, 9.6.5.4
SFID Limitations, 13.8
SFID Manager, 13.6
SFID Tool Kit, 13.5
Software Components, 9.2.1
Software File Identification (SFID), 13.1, 17.5.1.9
Specifying Parameters as Nested Elements, 6.2.4.2
Specifying Parameters for the repository.submit Ant Task, 6.2.4.1
Starting the Oracle Business Process Management Admin Center, 9.5.2.1
Starting the Oracle Business Process Management Process Engine, 9.5.2.2
Submission, 9.10
Subscription Manager, 9.2.1
Support for UTF-8/Unicode Characters, A.7
Synchronizing Using Timer Based Workflows, 10.3.1.1.2
Synchronizing When Events are Triggered, 10.3.1.1.3
Syncing Departments, 3.2.3.5
Syncing Roles, 3.2.3.6
System Administration, 4.4
System Administrator, 4.7.1
System Settings in Oracle Enterprise Repository, 17.5
System Settings Overview, 17

T

Taxonomy Tab, 9.10.3
Time-based Escalation Flowchart, 9.6.7
Time-based Escalation Flows, 9.6.7
Tracking Unaccepted Assets, 9.6.7.2
Tracking Unapproved Assets, 9.6.7.3
Tracking Unregistered Assets, 9.6.7.4
Tracking Unsubmitted Assets, 9.6.7.1
Transaction Handling in Harvester, 6.2.9
Triggering an Asset Event, 9.4.3
Triggering an Asset Submission Event, 9.11.4

U

Understanding the Oracle Registry Repository Exchange Utility's Property File, 10.2.6
Understanding the Registration Process, 9.10
Unregister Assets After Expiration, 9.6.8.2
Update an SFID File, 13.4.1
Updating a Distribution List, 8.3.1
URI, 6.2.4.2, 6.2.4.2
Use - Download, 17.5.1.10
User, 4.7.1
User Role Descriptions, 1.5.1
User Roles and Default Privileges, 4.7.1
User Search, 1.3.3
Users, 1.3, 1.4.1
Using an alerid for Tab Approvals, 9.6.5.2
Using Assets Associated with Compliance Templates, 11.5
Using Consumption Method, 6.3.12.1
Using Email Notifications/ Email Distribution Lists, 8.1.1
Using Harvester within an Integrated Development Environment, 6.2.3
Using Metadata, 6.3.12.2
Using the Oracle Enterprise Repository Exchange Utility, 10.3
Using the SFID Manager, 13.6.2
Using the Third-Party Tasks, 6.2.4.4

V

Valid Metadata Entities, 10.1.1.1
Validate the Elements on the Asset Type, 7.2
Validating Policy Assertions, 14.9
Validation Expiration Flowchart, 9.6.8
Validation Expiration Flows, 9.6.8
Verifying User Permissions, 1.6.3
Viewing Assets in Progress, 12.2
Viewing Policy Status, 14.8
Viewing Project Details, 1.4.1
Viewing Sessions, 1.7.1
Viewing User Information, 1.3.2

W

Web Service Operations, 9.9.3
Web-based Process Administrator, 9.2.3.1
What is the Oracle Enterprise Repository Event Manager?, 9.4.1
What is the Oracle Registry Repository Exchange Utility?, 10.1.1
When List Members Are Copied on E-mails, 8.3.2
Wiring Asset Events to Flows, 9.6.3
Workflow Configuration file, 9.6.2.1
Workflow Configuration Tools, 9.2.3.4
WSDL, 6.3.1.2

X

XSD, 6.3.1.3
XSL, 6.3.1.4