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Configuring an Adapter for Content Server

You must configure an adapter for each content server instance.

  1. Launch the CIS Administration Application.

  2. Click Adapter Configuration.

  3. For new installations, click Create New SCS Adapter.

  4. To update an existing installation; click the adapter name (e.g., myadapter) on the Available Adapters to Configure list.

  5. On the Adapter Properties page, specify these properties:

    • Name: The name of the adapter (e.g., myadapter).

    • Adapter Type: Type of communication transport. Select Socket for open communication directly through the content server or Web for communication via the web server which requires individual authentication for each request.

    • Host: The name or IP address of the content server instance.

    • Port: The content server port number (e.g., 4444).

    • Use Persistent Connections: Enable this checkbox if you want to keep the connection alive after a request is completed.

      If you enable persistent connections, you also need to configure them on your content server instance (via the providers interface). Refer to the Oracle Content Server administration documentation for more information.

    • Connection Timeout: When using persistent connections, this value is the maximum amount of time the connection will wait for response. Default is 20000 milliseconds.

    • Version: The content server version. Choose Default if you are using version 7.5 or greater or 7.0 if you are using version 7.0.

    • Resource Pool Initial Size: The initial size of the adapter connection resource pool. Default is 10.

    • Resource Pool Initial Size: The maximum size of the adapter connection resource pool. Default is 20.

  6. Click Apply.

After configuring the CIS adapter you may want to run a sample command such as a search. To do this, restart the application server and then see Running CIS Validation Tests for more information.