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Oracle Content Management Software Development Kit (Oracle CM SDK) Installation Guide
Release 9.0.3 for Windows NT/2000

Part Number B10053-01
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Configuration Worksheets

User Account and Password Summary Tables

During installation and configuration of Oracle Content Management SDK (Oracle CM SDK) and related components (such as the Oracle9i Database Server, Oracle Internet Directory, or Oracle Enterprise Manager), you must enter various schema (user) names, passwords, and the like. See the Oracle9i Application Server Installation Guide for additional information.

CAUTION: If you use this Appendix to document any settings in your environment, be sure to keep it in a completely secure place, or destroy it.

Oracle9i Database Server Administration Worksheet

Item Object Description or Usage Note Default Value or Password Your Setting

A

Hostname

Name of the machine on which you're installing the product. Fully qualified names such as host1.yourcompany.com

B

IP address

Identifies the host at the network card level. Used by Mac clients to initially connect to the AFP Server.

C

Administra-tor or oracle user who installed iAS/Oracle CM SDK

Super-user account. Required to initially setup the machine for Oracle installation, and by Oracle Enterprise Manager to run OS jobs.

D

Oracle home

Directory path into which Oracle software gets installed. Displays in Oracle Universal Installer as "OracleHome," "OracleHome1," and so on, depending on how many Oracle homes are on the machine already, if more than one.

E

iAS home (middle tier)

Directory path into which the iAS middle tier is installed.

F

iAS home

(Infras-
structure)

Directory path into which the iAS Infrastructure is installed.

G

Global database name

Uniquely identifies the database throughout the network, as database_name.database_domain where database_domain name maps to the network domain, such as yourDB.yourcompany.com.

H

Service Name

Identifies a specific instance of the Oracle database.

Defaults to database_name portion of the global database name.

I

SYS

An important schema created during installation of the database. Owns the data dictionary.

change_on_install

J

SYSTEM

Default database administrator account that has privileges on SYS schema objects.

manager

Oracle9i Application Server Administration Worksheet
Item Object Description or Usage Note Default Value or Password Your Setting

K

iAS Instance Name

Name of the Oracle9i Application Server instance. You create this during Oracle9i Application Server configuration.

L

ias_admin

Management account for the Oracle9i Application Server instance. You will use this account and password to logon to the Enterprise Manager Website.

Oracle Internet Directory Administration Worksheet
Item Object Description or Usage Note Default Value or Password Your Setting

M

Oid server hosts

Name of the server where Oid is running. See Oracle Internet Directory Administrator's Guide for complete information about Oracle Internet Directory.

N

Port number/SSL

Port at which LDAP is listening.

LDAP: 389

SSL: 636

O

Oid Super user name/ password

Default Oracle Internet Directory super user name and password.

cn=orcladmin/
welcome1

P

Root Oracle context

The distinguished name of the Root Oracle context in your Oracle Internet Directory instance.

cn=OracleContext

Oracle Content Management SDK Administration Worksheet

Item Object Description or Usage Note Default Value or Password Your Setting

Q

Schema name

Owner of all Oracle Internet File System objects in the database.

IFSSYS

R

Schema password

Password for the Oracle Internet File System schema. You must create one during the configuration.

S

system

Default Oracle CM SDK administrative user. Has privileges on Oracle CM SDK schema objects. Can start and stop Oracle CM SDK domain.

T

guest

Default Oracle CM SDK guest user.

U

scott

Optional user account. You may choose to create this account or not.

V

Admin user's email address

Email address where admin messages and alerts will be sent.

W

Node info

Node information you designated on the Node Configuration screen of the Oracle CM SDK Configuration Assistant.

X

HTTP Node info

HTTP node information you designated on the HTTP Node Configuration screen of the Oracle CM SDK Configuration Assistant.


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