3 Configuration Variables

A list of all the Oracle WebCenter Content configuration variables ordered alphabetically. Know more about each variable, syntax, and examples of configuration settings.

3.1 AccessListPrivilegesGrantedWhenEmpty

This configuration variable changes the default behavior of Access Control List (ACL) security, where an empty access control list allows access to everyone, to instead deny access when all access control lists are blank.

When this flag is set to FALSE, users could lose access to or be unable to checkin documents unless they specify the appropriate access control list. For example, if a user who has a testrole role wants to checkin and access a document when AccessListPrivilegesGrantedWhenEmpty=false is set, the user must specify testrole with Read/Write (RW) privileges in the Role Entity access control list.

When set to FALSE, if no ACL is defined then only users with Admin permission are able to access the item. When set to FALSE, empty ACLs prevent access unless user is an admin.

The default is TRUE.

Restart WebCenter Content for this setting to take effect.

Important:

To ensure this setting remains in effect after a software update, perform one of these tasks:

  • Add or edit the setting in the DomainHome/cs/config/config.cfg file.

  • In the Content Server user interface, choose Administration, then Admin Server, then General Configuration, and enter the setting in the Additional Configuration Variables field.

Parameters

There are no parameters, just the setting of 0 (FALSE) to deny access to those not included in the ACLs.

Location

In Oracle WebCenter Content: Records, location is:

DomainHome/ucm/cs/config/config.cfg

Example

This example denies access to everyone (except users with the admin role) when the access control list is empty:

AccessListPrivilegesGrantedWhenEmpty=0

This example is an alternative to setting to zero:

AccessListPrivilegesGrantedWhenEmpty=false

3.2 AdditionalIndexBuildParams

Adds build parameters to every indexer execution.

  • This can be used to force optimization to occur after every indexing bulkload instead of every few bulkloads. For example, when a collection is not fully merged, the collection can be spread over many files, making searching inefficient and consuming many file handles.

  • Default is an empty string.

Usage

Parameters

  • Each build parameter is prefixed with a hyphen. For example, -repair.

  • If a build parameter has its own sub-parameters, the first sub-parameter does not have a hyphen. For example, -optimize maxmerge.

  • If a build parameter has multiple sub-parameters, each sub-parameter after the first one is prefixed with a hyphen. For example, -optimize maxmerge -squeeze.

    Parameter Description

    -repair

    Repairs the collection.

    -servlev

    Overrides the service level to allow collection functions to be enabled, using one or more of the following parameters:

    search: Enables search and retrieval.

    optimize: Enables collection optimization.

    assist: Enables building of the word list.

    housekeep: Enables housekeeping of unneeded files.

    insert: Enables adding and updating documents.

    delete: Enables document deletion.

    backup: Enables backup.

    purge: Enables background purging.

    repair: Enables collection repair.

    index: Same as insert -delete.

    dataprep: Same as search -optimize -assist -housekeep -index.

Location

IntradocDir/config/config.cfg

Example

Used as a configuration entry:

AdditionalIndexBuildParams=-repair

AdditionalIndexBuildParams=-optimize maxclean

AdditionalIndexBuildParams=-optimize maxmerge -squeeze

3.3 AdditionalSubscriptionCollatedFieldList

Defines a list of additional fields displayed for subscriptions.

The default fields are defined in SubscriptionCollatedFieldList.

Location

IntradocDir/config/config.cfg

Example

AdditionalSubscriptionCollatedFieldList=dOriginalName

3.4 AllowAllRedirectUrls

Resets functionality defined by RedirectHostsFilter and causes Content Server to act as it did before that variable was set. Setting this variable to TRUE allows the user to be redirected to any URL instead of those specified by RedirectHostsFilter.

Location

IntradocDir/config/config.cfg

Example

Used as a configuration entry:

AllowAllRedirectUrls=true

3.5 AllowAlternateMetaFile

Allows users to submit metadata-only content as the alternate file.

  • Enables the metadata-only file creation capability. In this scenario, the contributor does not specify an alternate file. Instead, the system will create the alternate file using a template and the content item's metadata.

  • If set to TRUE in the config.cfg file, an extra check box is added to the checkin page. When this check box is selected, the createAlternateMetaFile setting is enabled, which directs the system to actually create the alternate file.

  • Default is FALSE.

Location

IntradocDir/config/config.cfg

Example

Used as a configuration entry:

AllowAlternateMetaFile=true

3.6 AllowConcurrentUpdate

Used to allow new documents to be added to the existing collection during a rebuild of the index.

This is not supported for a rebuild into a new index type (for example, DATABASE.FULLTEXT) when the existing or old index type is different (for example, OracleTextSearch).

Usage

Location

DomainHome/ucm/cs/bin/intradoc.cfg

Example

Used as a configuration entry:

AllowConcurrentUpdate=TRUE

3.7 AllowForceDelete

Used to delete content items that are referenced or used by other content items.

The default setting is AllowForceDelete=FALSE. This configures the Content Server instance to refuse a request to delete a content item that is referenced as a link.

If set to AllowForceDelete=true, allows Content Server to delete a content item that is referenced as a link. Deleting a content item that is referenced by other content items invalidates the links. If the value is not set to true, a request to delete a referenced content item will fail.

Location

IntradocDir/config/config.cfg

Example

Used as a configuration entry:

AllowForceDelete=TRUE

See Also

For details about Link Manager, see Using the Link Manager Component in Managing Oracle WebCenter Content.

3.8 AllowMatchesInDateCheck

When set to TRUE, the date validation code is changed so that dates that match a prior revision date are valid.

  • Setting this variable allows an archive import and batch load process to import revisions of a content item that have matching creation dates or release dates.

  • Standard date validation in the archiver normally disallows an import of a revision that matches or is within a minute of the prior revision of a document.

Usage

Location

IntradocDir/config/config.cfg

Example

AllowMatchesInDateCheck=TRUE

3.9 AllowPrimaryMetaFile

Allows users to submit metadata-only content as the primary file.

  • Enables the metadata-only file creation capability. In this scenario, the contributor does not specify a primary file. Instead, the system will create the primary file using a template and the content item's metadata.

  • If set to TRUE in the config.cfg file, an extra check box is added to the checkin page. When this check box is selected, the createPrimaryMetaFile setting is enabled, which directs the system to actually create the primary file.

  • Default is FALSE.

Location

IntradocDir/config/config.cfg

Example

Used as a configuration entry:

AllowPrimaryMetaFile=true

3.10 AllowRetentionPeriodWithoutCutoff

Specifies retention periods for triggers for non-record content items.

  • If set to TRUE, retention periods for triggers for non-record content items are enabled.

  • If set to FALSE, retention periods are disabled.

The default is TRUE.

Restart WebCenter Content for this variable to take effect.

Important:

To ensure this setting remains in effect after a software update, perform one of these tasks:

  • Add or edit the setting in the IntradocDir/config/config.cfg file.

  • In the Content Server user interface, choose Administration, then Admin Server, then General Configuration, and enter the setting in the Additional Configuration Variables field.

Usage

Location

wccontent/ucm/idc/components/RecordsManagement/records_management_environment.cfg

Example

Used as a configuration entry:

AllowRetentionPeriodWithoutCutoff=false

3.11 AllowSamePrimaryAlternateExtensions

Allows the primary file and alternate file to have the same file extension.

  • When set to TRUE, the primary file and alternate file can have the same file extension.

  • When set to FALSE, the primary file and alternate file cannot have the same file extension.

  • Default is FALSE.

Location

IntradocDir/config/config.cfg

Example

Used as a configuration entry:

AllowSamePrimaryAlternateExtensions=true

3.12 AllowSecondaryConversion

Defines if Inbound Refinery will use a backup conversion step if the native conversion step fails.

  • When set to TRUE, the backup conversion step will be used upon conversion failure.

  • When set to FALSE, no backup conversion step will be used upon conversion failure.

The Default is TRUE.

Location

  • Local Inbound Refinery Configuration screen, General tab, Allow secondary conversion step

  • IntradocDir/IdcRefinery/connections/main/intradoc.cfg

Example

Used as a configuration entry:

AllowSecondaryConversion=false

3.13 AllowSkippedHyperlinktoCauseIncomplete

Marks the conversion as incomplete when a link cannot be converted to PDF.

  • When set to TRUE, the conversion is marked as incomplete when a link cannot be converted.

  • When set to FALSE, hyperlinks that cannot be converted are skipped, and the conversion is marked as converted.

The default is TRUE.

Location

IntradocDir/IdcRefinery/connections/main/intradoc.cfg

Example

As a configuration entry:

AllowSkippedHyperlinktoCauseIncomplete=false

3.14 AppendToAllowedUploadServices

Add additional services to the custom or standard file upload services list.

Location

IntradocDir/config/config.cfg

Example

As a configuration entry:

AppendToAllowedUploadServices=<ServiceName1>,<ServiceName2>,<ServiceName3>

3.15 AppletChunkSize

Sets the size of the transfer chunks for the chunking function, in bytes.

  • Files that exceed the AppletChunkThreshold size will be transferred in chunks of this size.

  • Default is 1 MB.

Location

IntradocDir/config/config.cfg

Example

As a configuration setting:

AppletChunkSize=10000

3.16 AppletChunkThreshold

Sets the minimum file size for the chunking function, in bytes.

  • The chunking function will not be used for files smaller than this size.

  • Default is 1 MB.

Location

IntradocDir/config/config.cfg

Example

As a configuration setting:

AppletChunkThreshold=500000

3.17 ArchiverDoLocks

Activates a locking algorithm on archive files at the file system level.

  • If you do automated imports or transfers with multiple Content Server instances sharing an instance, set this variable to TRUE.

  • If only one instance is doing automated imports or transfers in a load balancing configuration, then this variable does not need to be set.

  • There is no default setting.

Usage

Location

IntradocDir/config/config.cfg

Example

As a configuration setting:

ArchiverDoLocks=true

3.18 ArchiverTouchMonitorInterval

Defines the time that a contending Content Server instance will wait before it will treat an archive lock file whose timestamp has not changed as having expired. The Content Server instance will also touch any locks it is maintaining twice during this interval.

  • An archive lock is created by placing a lock file into an appropriate directory. In order for the lock to persist, the timestamp on the file must change periodically; otherwise any contending Content Server instance will treat the lock as an expired lock.

  • The smaller the value of this setting, the quicker that locks can alternate between Content Server instances. The larger the value, the more likely that high activity (which could keep a touch request delayed for many seconds) on the network drive will cause a Content Server instance to falsely report a lock as having expired. If a lock is falsely expired, it can cause duplicated effort (although it should not have any long term impact on the state of the Content Server instance).

  • The default is 12000 milliseconds (12 seconds).

Usage

Location

IntradocDir/config/config.cfg

Example

As a configuration setting:

ArchiverTouchMonitorInterval=15000

3.19 ArchiverTraceLockMaintenance

Dumps trace information to the console for timestamp maintenance on any outstanding archive locks and the discovery of timestamp changes on locks maintained by other servers.

  • An archive lock is created by placing a lock file into an appropriate directory. In order for the lock to persist, the timestamp on the file must change periodically; otherwise any contending Content Server instance will treat the lock as an expired lock.

  • There is no default setting.

    Note:

    This variable is obsolete as of the Content Server 7.0 release. The functionality is now available in the System Audit Information page.

Location

IntradocDir/config/config.cfg

Example

As a configuration setting:

ArchiverTraceLockMaintenance=true

3.20 ArchiverTraceLocks

Dumps trace information to the console when locks on an archive are acquired and released.

There is no default setting.

Note:

This variable is obsolete as of the Content Server 7.0 release. The functionality is now available in the System Audit Information page.

Location

IntradocDir/config/config.cfg

Example

As a configuration setting:

ArchiverTraceLocks=true

3.21 AuthorDelete

Enables authors of content items to delete their own revisions without having Delete privilege to the security group.

  • When set to TRUE, and Content Server is configured to use Folders (enabled by the FrameworkFolders component), authors can delete their own revisions as long as they have Read privilege, otherwise they would need Delete privilege to the content items' security group.

  • When set to TRUE, and Content Server is configured to use Contribution Folders (enabled by the Folders_g component), authors can delete their own revisions without Delete privilege to the content items' security group.

  • Default is an empty string.

Location

  • System Properties, Content Security tab, Allow author to delete revision

  • Administration, Admin Server, Content Security menu option, Allow author to delete revision

  • IntradocDir/config/config.cfg

Example

As a configuration entry:

AuthorDelete=true

As Idoc Script:

<$if AuthorDelete$>
    <$AuthorDelete$>
<$else$>
    false
<$endif$>

3.22 AutoNumberPrefix

Defines the prefix that will be added to all automatically numbered Content IDs.

  • Returns the automatic numbering prefix (returns value in configuration settings).

  • Returns a string.

Location

  • System Properties, Options tab, Auto Name Prefix

  • Administration, Admin Server, General Configuration menu option, Auto Number Prefix

  • IntradocDir/config/config.cfg

Example

As a configuration setting, defines the automatic numbering prefix:

AutoNumberPrefix=HR

As Idoc Script, returns the value of the configuration setting:

<$AutoNumberPrefix$>

See Also

3.23 AutoNumberWidth

Allows you to use more than six digits for a Content ID number, providing support for up to one hundred million content items (eight digits).

Location

  • IntradocDir/config/config.cfg

Example

As a configuration setting:

AutoNumberWidth=8

3.24 BatchLoaderPath

Defines the path to the default batch load text file.

Returns the file path as a string.

Usage

Location

DomainHome/ucm/cs/bin/intradoc.cfg

Example

  • As a Windows configuration entry:

    BatchLoaderPath=c:/domain/BatchLoader/batchfile.txt
    
  • As a Solaris/UNIX configuration entry:

    BatchLoaderPath=/u1/intradoc3/batLd/batchfile
    
  • As Idoc Script, returns the file path as a string:

    <$BatchLoaderPath$>

3.25 BatchLoaderUserName

Defines the authorized user name for the Batch Loader utility. The user name must belong to the admin role.

  • Default is sysadmin.

  • Returns the Batch Loader user name as a string.

Usage

Location

DomainHome/ucm/cs/bin/intradoc.cfg

Example

Used as a configuration entry:

BatchLoaderUserName=sysadmin

3.26 BinDir

Defines the path to the Content Server launch executable files, such as IdcServer.exe.

Location

IntradocDir/config/config.cfg

Example

As a configuration setting:

BinDir=c:/domain/bin/

3.27 CachedResultRowCount

Sets the size of the search cache.

  • The search cache can improve search performance by caching recent search engine queries. Increasing the size reduces search time, but increases memory usage.

  • Default is 40,000 rows.

Usage

Location

IntradocDir/config/config.cfg

Example

As a configuration setting:

CachedResultRowCount=30000

3.28 ChunkedRequestTrace

Outputs chunked file transfer requests on the View Server Output page for Content Server.

  • When set to TRUE, chunking requests are output to the View Server Output page.

  • When set to FALSE, chunking requests are not output.

  • For this setting to output data, the Chunking function must be enabled using DisableHttpUploadChunking.

  • Default is FALSE.

Location

  • Administration, System Audit Information, View Server Output

  • IntradocDir/config/config.cfg

Example

As a configuration setting:

ChunkedRequestTrace=true

3.29 CleanUp

Determines whether files should be deleted from the file system as they are being batch loaded.

  • When set to TRUE, deletes each batch loaded file from the hard drive after it is successfully checked in or updated.

  • Default is FALSE.

Usage

Location

DomainHome/ucm/cs/bin/intradoc.cfg

Example

Used as a configuration entry:

CleanUp=true

3.30 ClearMissingAttributes

Clears custom fields mapped from an LDAP service to Oracle WebCenter Content through the JpsUser provider. This is useful when you have mapped custom fields and then removed values from one or more of those fields. Oracle WebCenter Content ignores the missing attributes and continues to use the previous values unless you enable this variable and set it to TRUE.

The default is FALSE.

Location

  • IntradocDir/data/providers/jpsuserprovider/provider.hda

Example

Used as a configuration entry. Add the line before the @end line in the file. The last lines of the file should look similar to:

SourcePath=jpsuser
ProviderClass=idc.provider.jps.JpsUserProvider
ClearMissingAttributes=true
@end

3.31 coaoShowLinkExtensions

Limits the display of the Check Out and Open component Edit action menu to the file extension values listed in the specified pattern. If the file extension matches the pattern then the action menu is displayed.

The default value is *doc*|*xls*|*ppt*|*vsd*. This means that, by default, the Check Out and Open action is available for Microsoft Word, Excel, PowerPoint, and Visio files.

Important:

To ensure this setting remains in effect after a software update, perform one of these tasks:

  • Add or edit the setting in the IntradocDir/config/config.cfg file.

  • In the Content Server user interface, choose Administration, then Admin Server, then General Configuration, and enter the setting in the Additional Configuration Variables field.

Location

IntradocDir/components/CheckoutAndOpenInNative/checkoutandopennnnsative_environment.cfg

Example

Used as a configuration entry:

coaoShowLinkExtensions=*doc*|*xls*|*ppt*|*vsd*

3.32 CollectionDeleteEnabled

Specifies if the Delete icon is displayed so users can delete Contribution Folders and content items.

  • When set to TRUE, displays the Delete icon so users can delete Contribution Folders and content items from the Exploring page.

  • When set to FALSE, hides the Delete icon.

  • The default value is TRUE if the variable is not set explicitly by the user.

Important:

To ensure this setting remains in effect after a software update, perform one of these tasks:

  • Add or edit the setting in the IntradocDir/config/config.cfg file.

  • In the Content Server user interface, choose Administration, then Admin Server, then General Configuration, and enter the setting in the Additional Configuration Variables field.

Location

IntradocDir/components/Folders_g/folders_environment.cfg

Example

Used as a configuration entry:

CollectionDeleteEnabled=true

3.33 CollectionHiddenMeta

Enables users to specify if a folder or content item is hidden or visible.

  • This setting adds Hide/Unhide icons to the Exploring page.

  • This setting adds a Show hidden when browsing check box to the Folder Configuration page.

  • This is set automatically by the Contribution Folders installer program according to options specified at install time.

Caution:

To ensure this setting remains in effect after a software update, perform one of these tasks:

  • Add or edit the setting in the IntradocDir/config/config.cfg file.

  • In the Content Server user interface, choose Administration, then Admin Server, then General Configuration, and enter the setting in the Additional Configuration Variables field.

Location

IntradocDir/data/components/Folders_g/install.cfg

3.34 CollectionInfoEnabled

Specifies if the Folder Information and Content Information options on an Actions menu are displayed or hidden.

  • When set to TRUE, displays the Folder Information and Content Information options on an Actions menu so users can choose to view folder and content item information.

  • When set to FALSE, hides the Folder Information and Content Information options on an Actions menu.

  • The default value is TRUE if the variable is not set explicitly by the user.

Caution:

To ensure this setting remains in effect after a software update, perform one of these tasks:

  • Add or edit the setting in the IntradocDir/config/config.cfg file.

  • In the Content Server user interface, choose Administration, then Admin Server, then General Configuration, and enter the setting in the Additional Configuration Variables field.

Location

IntradocDir/components/Folders_g/folders_environment.cfg

Example

Used as a configuration entry:

CollectionInfoEnabled=false

3.35 CollectionInhibitUpdateMeta

Defines an inhibit field for the metadata propagation function. This variable enables contributors to copy metadata values from a Contribution Folder to its subfolders and content items.

Caution:

To ensure this setting remains in effect after a software update, perform one of these tasks:

  • Add or edit the setting in the IntradocDir/config/config.cfg file.

  • In the Content Server user interface, choose Administration, then Admin Server, then General Configuration, and enter the setting in the Additional Configuration Variables field.

Location

IntradocDir/components/Folders_g/folders_environment.cfg

See Also

This feature can be enabled manually. See Metadata Propagation and Default Values in Managing Oracle WebCenter Content.

3.36 CollectionLinkEnabled

Specifies if the Create Shortcut option on an Actions menu is displayed or hidden.

  • When set to TRUE, displays the Create Shortcut option on an Actions menu so users can choose to create a shortcut to the Contribution Folder.

  • When set to FALSE, hides the Create Shortcut option on an Actions menu.

  • The default value is TRUE if the variable is not set explicitly by the user.

Caution:

To ensure this setting remains in effect after a software update, perform one of these tasks:

  • Add or edit the setting in the IntradocDir/config/config.cfg file.

  • In the Content Server user interface, choose Administration, then Admin Server, then General Configuration, and enter the setting in the Additional Configuration Variables field.

Location

IntradocDir/components/Folders_g/folders_environment.cfg

Example

Used as a configuration entry:

CollectionLinkEnabled=false

3.37 CollectionLocation

Defines where the Archive collection is located. If you change the Archive directory to a different location from the default, you must specify the new location.

Default is DomainHome/ucm/cs/archives/

Location

  • IntradocDir/config/config.cfg

  • DomainHome/ucm/cs/bin/intradoc.cfg

Example

Used as a configuration entry:

CollectionLocation=c:/domain/new/archives/

3.38 CollectionMeta

Specifies the metadata field that is used to store the unique Collection ID for each Contribution Folder.

  • If this setting is not specified in the configuration file, the default value is xCollectionID.

Caution:

To ensure this setting remains in effect after a software update, perform one of these tasks:

  • Add or edit the setting in the IntradocDir/config/config.cfg file.

  • In the Content Server user interface, choose Administration, then Admin Server, then General Configuration, and enter the setting in the Additional Configuration Variables field.

Location

IntradocDir/components/Folders_g/folders_environment.cfg

3.39 CollectionMoveEnabled

Specifies if the Move icon is displayed on the Exploring pages.

  • When set to TRUE, displays the Move icon so users can move Contribution Folders and content items to other Contribution Folders.

  • When set to FALSE, hides the Move icon.

  • The default value is TRUE if the variable is not set explicitly by the user.

Caution:

To ensure this setting remains in effect after a software update, perform one of these tasks:

  • Add or edit the setting in the IntradocDir/config/config.cfg file.

  • In the Content Server user interface, choose Administration, then Admin Server, then General Configuration, and enter the setting in the Additional Configuration Variables field.

Location

IntradocDir/components/Folders_g/folders_environment.cfg

Example

Used as a configuration entry:

CollectionMoveEnabled=true

3.40 CollectionReadOnlyMarkedFolders

Specifies if system-level Contribution Folders (such as contribution server folders and Trash) can be modified (that is, set to Read Only status).

  • When set to TRUE, prevents modification of system-level Contribution Folders.

  • When set to FALSE, enables modifications.

  • This variable is set to TRUE by default.

  • If this variable is set to FALSE, you should assign an appropriate security group to the system-level Contribution Folders so only authorized personnel can change them. System-level Contribution Folders should be changed only if there is a particular reason to do so.

Caution:

To ensure this setting remains in effect after a software update, perform one of these tasks:

  • Add or edit the setting in the IntradocDir/config/config.cfg file.

  • In the Content Server user interface, choose Administration, then Admin Server, then General Configuration, and enter the setting in the Additional Configuration Variables field.

Location

IntradocDir/components/Folders_g/folders_environment.cfg

Example

Used as a configuration entry:

CollectionReadOnlyMarkedFolders=true

3.41 CollectionReadOnlyMeta

Enables users to specify if a Contribution Folder and its contents are read-only.

  • Read-only is subject to the rules of the operating environment where the instance is run.

  • This adds Read-only/Editable icons to the Exploring pages.

  • This setting applies only to the current Contribution Folder level. A subfolder does not inherit the status from the parent.

  • This variable is set automatically by the Folders installation program according to options specified at install time.

Location

IntradocDir/data/components/Folders_g/install.cfg

3.42 CollectionReleasedOnly

Specifies if a revised document is visible to the author and users with Read permission to the content item.

  • If set to FALSE, then allows the author and all users with Read permission to the content item to see the latest version. Content item visibility is based on the item version, not the release state.

    The author and users with Read access can view revised items before and after they are converted, indexed, and released. Even if the revised content item fails conversion or indexing, it is still visible to the author and users with Read access. If the release date of the new revision is set to a future date, the revised content item is also visible to the author and all other users with Read access.

  • If set to TRUE, and if the item has not released, and the user accessing the item is not the author, then no part of the content item will be visible. Content item visibility is based on the release state, not the item version.

    When a new revision of a content item is checked into a Contribution Folder, the new revision is only visible to the author. It does not become visible to other users with Read access to that content item until it is converted, indexed, and released. Therefore, until the content item is released, nothing is displayed for non-authoring users. If the release date of the new revision is set to a future date, the revised content item is not visible to other users until that point in time.

  • This variable is set to FALSE by default.

Caution:

To ensure this setting remains in effect after a software update, perform one of these tasks:

  • Add or edit the setting in the IntradocDir/config/config.cfg file.

  • In the Content Server user interface, choose Administration, then Admin Server, then General Configuration, and enter the setting in the Additional Configuration Variables field.

Location

IntradocDir/components/Folders_g/folders_environment.cfg

Example

Used as a configuration entry:

CollectionReleasedOnly=false

3.43 CollectionSecurityReadOnly

Specifies if users can see content items for which they have only Read permission.

  • When set to TRUE, allows users to see content items for which they have only Read permissions.

  • When set to FALSE, requires that users have at least Write permission to see a content item.

Caution:

To ensure this setting remains in effect after a software update, perform one of these tasks:

  • Add or edit the setting in the IntradocDir/config/config.cfg file.

  • In the Content Server user interface, choose Administration, then Admin Server, then General Configuration, and enter the setting in the Additional Configuration Variables field.

Location

IntradocDir/components/Folders_g/folders_environment.cfg

Example

Used as a configuration entry:

CollectionSecurityReadOnly=false

3.44 CollectionTrashDeleteDate

Defines a date metadata field for the Trash function.

  • When set, this defines a date metadata field for the Trash function, which enables the deletion date and time to be recorded as metadata for items moved to the Trash folder.

  • This variable is set automatically by the Folders installation program if the Trash Bin function is enabled at install time.

Caution:

To ensure this setting remains in effect after a software update, perform one of these tasks:

  • Add or edit the setting in the IntradocDir/config/config.cfg file.

  • In the Content Server user interface, choose Administration, then Admin Server, then General Configuration, and enter the setting in the Additional Configuration Variables field.

Location

IntradocDir/components/Folders_g/folders_environment.cfg

3.45 CollectionTrashDeleteLocation

Defines an integer metadata field designating the parent Contribution Folder for the Trash function.

  • When set, this enables the original parent Contribution Folder to be recorded as metadata for items moved to the Trash folder.

  • If set, users can restore deleted items from the Trash folder.

  • If set, the deletion date and time are displayed in the Trash folder.

  • This variable is set automatically by the Folders installation program if the Trash Bin function is enabled at install time.

Caution:

To ensure this setting remains in effect after a software update, perform one of these tasks:

  • Add or edit the setting in the IntradocDir/config/config.cfg file.

  • In the Content Server user interface, choose Administration, then Admin Server, then General Configuration, and enter the setting in the Additional Configuration Variables field.

Location

IntradocDir/components/Folders_g/folders_environment.cfg

3.46 CollectionTrashDeleteOldName

Defines a metadata field for the Trash function to track file names of deletions.

  • When set, files that are renamed due to a naming conflict in the Trash folder can be restored with their original file names.

  • This defines a file name metadata field for the Trash function. This enables the original file name to be recorded as metadata for items that are moved to the Trash folder.

  • This variable is set automatically by the Folders installation program if the Trash Bin function is enabled at install time.

Caution:

To ensure this setting remains in effect after a software update, perform one of these tasks:

  • Add or edit the setting in the IntradocDir/config/config.cfg file.

  • In the Content Server user interface, choose Administration, then Admin Server, then General Configuration, and enter the setting in the Additional Configuration Variables field.

Location

IntradocDir/components/Folders_g/folders_environment.cfg

3.47 CollectionTrashDeleter

Defines a metadata field for the Trash function to track user deletions.

  • When set, this defines a metadata field for the Trash function which records the user's login information as metadata for items that are moved to the Trash folder.

  • If set, users can choose to view only the items they have moved to the Trash folder or view all items that everyone has moved to the Trash folder.

  • This variable is set automatically by the Folders installation program if the Trash Bin function is enabled at install time.

Caution:

To ensure this setting remains in effect after a software update, perform one of these tasks:

  • Add or edit the setting in the IntradocDir/config/config.cfg file.

  • In the Content Server user interface, choose Administration, then Admin Server, then General Configuration, and enter the setting in the Additional Configuration Variables field.

Location

IntradocDir/components/Folders_g/folders_environment.cfg

3.48 CollectionWebDAVServer

Enables switching views in Windows Explorer.

  • If set to a WebDAV URL, this enables users to switch the view from a Content Server page to a WebDAV Contribution Folder in Windows Explorer.

  • WebDAV functionality on the Content Server instance must be installed before you can use this function.

  • In Microsoft Internet Explorer 5.0 or later, this adds a web Contribution Folder icon to the virtual Exploring Contribution Folder (this icon is not displayed in any other browser).

  • This variable is set automatically by the Folders installation program if the WebDAV function is enabled at install time.

  • If the WebDAV function is enabled by setting the environment variable, instead of being set by the Folders installation program, then the setting must be to the WebDAV root of your Content Server instance.

Caution:

To ensure this setting remains in effect after a software update, perform one of these tasks:

  • Add or edit the setting in the IntradocDir/config/config.cfg file.

  • In the Content Server user interface, choose Administration, then Admin Server, then General Configuration, and enter the setting in the Additional Configuration Variables field.

Location

IntradocDir/components/Folders_g/folders_environment.cfg

Example

CollectionWebDAVServer=http://domain/_dav/cs/idcplg/webdav

3.49 ColumnMapFile

Specifies the column mapping HTM resource file.

  • The system uses the column mapping file to map database column names to all uppercase, which is required for Oracle.

  • If no path is referenced, the default path is IntradocDir/shared/config/resources/.

  • The standard column mapping file provided with Content Server is upper_clmns_map.htm.

  • There is no default value.

Usage

Location

IntradocDir/config/config.cfg

Example

Used as a configuration entry:

ColumnMapFile=upper_clmns_map.htm

3.50 ConfigDir

Defines the path to the config/ directory.

Default is IntradocDir/config/.

Usage

Location

DomainHome/ucm/cs/bin/intradoc.cfg

Example

As a configuration setting:

ConfigDir=c:/domain/config/

3.51 ConversionCacheExpirationPeriodInDays

Defines the minimum number of days that Dynamic Converter content will remain cached.

  • Content converted by Dynamic Converter will not be deleted from the cache before it is this many days old (based on last access date). Content may stay in the cache longer, depending on when the next cleanup scan is run. See DatedCacheIntervalDays.

  • This setting applies only to files that are no longer in the Content Server or were not generated by a forced or up front conversion. For information on cache cleanup rules, see MaxConversionCacheSizeInMegs.

  • Default is 7.

Location

IntradocDir/config/config.cfg

Example

Used as a configuration entry:

ConversionCacheExpirationPeriodInDays=14

3.52 CookieAuthTimeoutInDays

Used with the ExtranetLook component. This variable is used with the CookieLoginPlugin, which monitors web requests and determines if a request is authenticated. It can support authentication based on browser cookies.

  • When CookieAuthTimeoutInDays is set to a positive numeric value, the cookie will not time out for that number of days. The user needs a logout option that clears the cookie.

  • If set to zero (0) or less, the cookie lasts as long as the browser session.

Location

IntradocDir/config/config.cfg

Example

CookieAuthTimeoutInDays=2

3.53 CookieProxyPassword

Used with the ExtranetLook component. This variable is used to encrypt the passwords when users log in to the web site using cookie authentication. It is used with the CookieLoginPlugin, which monitors web requests and determines if a request is authenticated. It can support authentication based on browser cookies. This can be set to any desired value.

Location

IntradocDir/config/config.cfg

Example

CookieProxyPassword=x2x

3.54 createAlternateMetaFile

Allows users to submit metadata-only content for the alternate file.

  • Directs the system to create a metadata-only alternate file. In this scenario, the contributor does not specify an alternate file. Instead, the system will create the alternate file using a template and the content item's metadata.

  • When AllowAlternateMetaFile is set to TRUE, an extra check box is added to the checkin page. When this check box is selected, the createAlternateMetaFile variable is enabled.

  • For use in the Batch Loader, createAlternateMetaFile must be set to TRUE in the batch load file.

Location

IntradocDir/config/config.cfg

Example

Used as a configuration entry:

createAlternateMetaFile=true

3.55 createPrimaryMetaFile

Allows users to submit metadata-only content for the primary file.

  • Directs the system to create a metadata-only primary file. In this scenario, the contributor does not specify a primary file. Instead, the system will create the primary file using a template and the content item's metadata.

  • When AllowPrimaryMetaFile is set to TRUE, an extra check box is added to the checkin page. When this check box is selected, the createPrimaryMetaFile variable is enabled.

  • For use in the Batch Loader, createPrimaryMetaFile must be set to TRUE in the batch load file.

Location

IntradocDir/config/config.cfg

Example

Used as a configuration entry:

createPrimaryMetaFile=true

3.56 DatabasePreserveCase

Defines whether the character case from the database is preserved.

  • When set to TRUE, character case is preserved.

  • This setting must be TRUE for Oracle and any other database that is case sensitive.

  • Default is TRUE.

Usage

Location

  • System Properties, Database tab, Enable database preserve case

  • IntradocDir/config/config.cfg

Example

Used as a configuration entry:

DatabasePreserveCase=false

3.57 DatabaseWildcards

Defines the wildcard characters that are used to represent multiple characters in database queries.

  • For JDBC databases, the default is %.

  • For Microsoft Access, the default is *.

Usage

Location

IntradocDir/config/config.cfg

Example

Used as a configuration entry:

DatabaseWildcards=%

3.58 DatedCacheIntervalDays

Defines the number of days between scans for cached Dynamic Converter content to delete.

  • Content Server scans at this interval to find and delete old cached content.

  • Default is 2.

Location

IntradocDir/config/config.cfg

Example

Used as a configuration entry:

DatedCacheIntervalDays=30

3.59 DataDir

Defines the path to the data/ directory.

Default is IntradocDir/data/.

Location

DomainHome/ucm/cs/bin/intradoc.cfg

Example

Used as a configuration entry:

DataDir=c:/domain/data/

3.60 DateOutputFormat

Sets the date output format for the Indexer.

There is no default value.

Location

IntradocDir/config/config.cfg

Example

Used as a configuration entry:

DateOutputFormat=M/d/yyyy hh:mm:ss a

3.61 DCMaxFileSize

Defines the maximum size in bytes of files that Dynamic Converter will process.

  • If a source file is larger than the specified value, the conversion will not occur.

  • Default is 20000000 (20 megabytes).

  • Used in Dynamic Converter version 5.0 and higher.

Location

IntradocDir/config/config.cfg

Example

Used as a configuration entry:

DCMaxFileSize=10000000

3.62 DCTimeOut

Sets the timeout value in minutes for the Dynamic Converter conversion process.

  • Defines the number of minutes to wait for the dynamic conversion of a document into HTML.

  • Default is 3 minutes.

  • Used in Dynamic Converter version 5.0 and higher.

Location

IntradocDir/config/config.cfg

Example

Used as a configuration entry:

DCTimeOut=5

3.63 DCViewFormat

Defines which rendition of the source file will be converted by Dynamic Converter.

  • native: the native file is converted. This is the default.

  • webviewable: the web-viewable file is converted.

  • alternate,:the alternate file is converted.

Used in Dynamic Converter version 5.0 and later.

Location

IntradocDir/config/config.cfg

Example

Used as a configuration entry:

DCViewFormat=webviewable

3.64 DebugStdConversion

Configuration setting that overrides the conversion/step definitions published by Content Server.

Usage

Parameters

This variable takes one argument, the path to the new definitions.

Location

IntradocDir/IdcRefinery/shared/idcrefinery.cfg

Example

DebugStdConversion=/temp/idcconversions

3.65 DefaultAccounts

Defines the default accounts for anonymous users.

  • This must be a comma-delimited list of accounts.

  • Permissions for each account must be specified in parentheses after the account name.

  • The #none entry grants privileges to content items that have no account assigned. The #all entry grants privileges to all accounts.

  • Default is #none(RWDA).

  • Returns the list of accounts as a string.

Location

IntradocDir/config/config.cfg

Example

As a configuration setting, defines default account information:

DefaultAccounts=BOS(R),SEA(RW),MSP/Gen(RWD)

As Idoc Script, returns the account information as a string:

<$DefaultAccounts$>

See Also

3.66 DefaultFilterInputFormat

Defines the default input character set for conversion filters, such as Dynamic Converter or the Text Indexer Filter component.

  • Conversion products use the character encoding of the system to determine the encoding of the input to the conversion filter. This should be sufficient in most cases; however, there may be cases when you want to override this value.

  • For a complete list of encoding values, see the lcIsoEncoding values in the std_encoding.htm file, which is located in the IdcHomeDir/resources/ directory.

  • Default is Cp1252.

Location

IntradocDir/config/config.cfg

Example

Used as a configuration entry for Japanese text:

DefaultFilterInputFormat=shift_jis

Used as a configuration entry for Korean text:

DefaultFilterInputFormat=euc-kr

3.67 DefaultFilterOutputFormat

Defines the default output character set for conversion filters, such as Dynamic Converter or the Text Indexer Filter component.

  • Conversion products use the character encoding of the system to determine the encoding of the output to the conversion filter. This should be sufficient in most cases; however, there might be cases when you want to override this value.

  • For a complete list of encoding values, see the lcIsoEncoding values in the std_encoding.htm file, which is located in the IdcHomeDir/resources/ directory.

  • Default is Cp1252.

Location

IntradocDir/config/config.cfg

Example

Used as a configuration entry for Japanese text:

DefaultFilterOutputFormat=shift_jis

Used as a configuration entry for Korean text:

DefaultFilterOutputFormat=euc-kr

3.68 DefaultGraphicTimeout

Defines the default thumbnail timeout.

  • Returns the thumbnail timeout values.

  • This variable must be followed by one of these flags.

    Flag Description

    #factor

    This value is multiplied by the file size to determine the amount of time allowed for thumbnail conversion. (The resulting time is limited by the #max and #min flags.) The default value is 3. Increase this value for busy or slow systems.

    #max

    Specifies the maximum time in seconds that Inbound Refinery waits for the thumbnail conversion process to complete. The default time is 60 seconds.

    #min

    Specifies the minimum time in seconds that Inbound Refinery waits for the thumbnail conversion process to complete. The default time is 5 seconds.

Location

  • Shared Inbound Refinery Configuration screen, Timeout Values tab, Default Timeout for Graphics

  • IntradocDir/IdcRefinery/shared/idcrefinery.cfg

Example

Used as a configuration entry:

DefaultGraphicTimeout#factor=3

3.69 DefaultHtmlConversion

Defines the default template for Dynamic Converter conversions.

  • This value must be the Content ID of a checked-in template file to specify as the default.

  • There is no default value.

Location

IntradocDir/config/config.cfg

Example

Used as a configuration entry:

DefaultHtmlConversion=PLAIN

3.70 DefaultHtmlRefreshTimeoutInSeconds

Defines the time, in seconds, that a Work In Progress page, My Checked-Out Content page, and My Workflow Assignments page refreshes.

In addition to this variable, htmlRefreshTimeout can be set in the URL or the service's databinder. This can be used to set a different refresh time for different pages. If that is needed, do not set DefaultHtmlRefreshTimeoutInSeconds in the config.cfg file, but instead set htmlRefreshTimeout in the URL or databinder.

htmlRefreshUrl can be set to the URL of the page to load after the page refreshes. The default is the current page. This variable can be set in the URL of the page or the databinder.

The default value for DefaultHtmlRefreshTimeoutInSeconds is 60.

Location

IntradocDir/config/config.cfg

Example

Used as a configuration entry:

DefaultHtmlRefreshTimeoutInSeconds=120

3.71 DefaultNativeTimeout

Defines the default native file timeout.

  • Returns the native file timeout values.

  • This variable must be followed by one of these flags.

    Flag Description

    #factor

    This value is multiplied by the file size to determine the amount of time allowed for native-to-PostScript conversion. (The resulting time is limited by the #max and #min flags.) The default value is 3. Increase this value for busy or slow systems.

    #max

    Specifies the maximum time in seconds that Inbound Refinery waits for the native-to-PostScript conversion process to complete. The default time is 10 seconds.

    #min

    Specifies the minimum time in seconds that Inbound Refinery waits for the native-to-PostScript conversion process to complete. The default time is 2 seconds.

Location

  • Shared Inbound Refinery Configuration screen, Timeout Values tab, Default Native to Postscript Timeout

  • IntradocDir/IdcRefinery/shared/idcrefinery.cfg

Example

Used as a configuration entry:

DefaultNativeTimeout#factor=3

3.72 DefaultPasswordEncoding

Defines the type of encoding to use for storing user passwords.

  • Default is to use the Secure Hash Algorithm update 1 (SHA1).

  • If you want to have open text passwords, the suggested value is OpenText.

  • If any other nonempty value is assigned, no encoding is performed.

  • Default value is SHA1-CB.

Location

IntradocDir/config/config.cfg

Example

Used as a configuration entry:

DefaultPasswordEncoding=OpenText

3.73 DefaultPostscriptTimeout

Defines the default PostScript timeout.

  • Returns the default PostScript timeout values.

  • This variable must be followed by one of these flags.

    Flag Description

    #factor

    This value is multiplied by the file size to determine the amount of time allowed for PostScript-to-PDF conversion. (The resulting time is limited by the #max and #min flags.) The default value is 4. Increase this value for busy or slow systems.

    #max

    Specifies the maximum time in seconds that Inbound Refinery waits for the PostScript-to-PDF conversion process to complete. The default time is 2 seconds.

    #min

    Specifies the minimum time in seconds that Inbound Refinery waits for the PostScript-to-PDF conversion process to complete (native or PostScript). The default time is 20 seconds.

Location

  • Shared Inbound Refinery Configuration screen, Timeout Values tab, Default Postscript to PDF Timeout

  • IntradocDir/IdcRefinery/shared/idcrefinery.cfg

Example

Used as a configuration entry:

DefaultPostscriptTimeout#factor=4

3.74 DirectoryLockingLogPath

Enables logging and defines the path for the log file during temporary locking of directories.

  • Any errors that occur during temporary locking of directories will be reported to this log file.

  • If this setting has no value, logging is disabled.

  • There is no default value.

Usage

Location

IntradocDir/config/config.cfg

Example

Used as a configuration entry:

DirectoryLockingLogPath=C:/temp/locking.log

3.75 DisableContentProfiles

Used to disable Content Profile functionality but does not remove profiles that have already been created. Profiles remain available through the user interface.

This configuration variable can be used to help determine whether specific behavior is caused by Content Profiles or by another component.

After debugging has been completed, remove this variable from the config.cfg file and restart the Content Server instance to use Content Profiles again.

Location

IntradocDir/config/config.cfg

Example

DisableContentProfiles=true

3.76 DisableDBLongIntegerField

In older versions of MSDE software, 4-byte integers were allowed. In newer versions, 8-byte integers and larger are used. This variable allows Content Server to continue to use 4-byte integers.

If you upgrade Content Server version 6.2 with MSDE to a newer release, the upgraded instance does not start because of the addition of the dRevRank column. Content Server version 6.2 uses an older MSDE version than later versions. The system will start with the addition of this variable set to TRUE.

Location

IntradocDir/config/config.cfg

Example

Used as a configuration entry:

DisableDBLongIntegerField=true

3.77 DisableDecimalFormatting

Disables formatting for decimal type numeric fields.

Default is FALSE.

By default, the delimiter for decimal type numeric fields is displayed. To disable display of delimiter for decimal type numeric fields, set:

DisableDecimalFormatting=1

Location

IntradocDir/config/config.cfg

Example

Used as a configuration entry:

DisableDecimalFormatting=1

3.78 DisableESigSSLCheck

Disables SSL requirement for Electronic Signature when it is used in workflows. Otherwise Electronic Signature used in workflows requires that SSL be implemented.

Usage

Location

IntradocDir/config/config.cfg

Example

Used as a configuration entry:

DisableESigSSLCheck=true

3.79 DisableForcedConversions

Defines whether forced and up front conversions in Dynamic Converter are disabled.

  • When set to TRUE, files will only be converted by Dynamic Converter when a user views the dynamically converted rendition. Conversions at checkin (forced and up front) will not occur.

  • This variable applies to any new files checked in after the setting is set to TRUE. Any existing forced and up front conversions will still be used, unless the DisableKeepingForcedConversions setting is enabled.

  • This variable might be useful in the following situations:

    • Server space for caching or processing capacity for conversion is limited.

    • Most files are rarely viewed as web pages, so a relatively small number of files must be converted dynamically.

    • The delay time for on-the-fly conversions is acceptable.

  • Default is FALSE.

Location

IntradocDir/config/config.cfg

Example

Used as a configuration entry:

DisableForcedConversions=true

3.80 DisableGzipCompression

Disables gzip compression of HTML pages and log files. Pages are compressed only if the client browser supports compressed HTML. Compression makes pages an average of 80% smaller and is supported by any HTTP 1.1 compatible browser.

  • When set to TRUE, pages will not be compressed before being sent to a client web browser.

  • Default is FALSE.

Usage

Location

IntradocDir/config/config.cfg

Example

Used as a configuration entry:

DisableGzipCompression=true

See Also

3.81 DisableHttpUploadChunking

Disables the upload chunking function, which is used with the Upload Applet or an HTTP provider.

  • When set to TRUE, the chunking function is disabled.

  • When set to FALSE, the chunking function is enabled.

  • Default is TRUE.

Location

IntradocDir/config/config.cfg

Example

As a configuration setting:

DisableHttpUploadChunking=false

3.82 DisableIntegerFormatting

Disables formatting for integer type numeric fields.

Default is FALSE.

By default, the delimiter for integer type numeric fields is displayed. To disable display of delimiter for integer type numeric fields, set:

DisableIntegerFormatting=1

Location

IntradocDir/config/config.cfg

Example

Used as a configuration entry:

DisableIntegerFormatting=1

3.83 DisableKeepingForcedConversions

Defines whether Dynamic Converter treats converted files as forced conversions for updating purposes.

  • When set to TRUE, files that were converted by forced or up front conversion are not considered forced conversions by Dynamic Converter. This means that even if Dynamic Converter would normally use the existing conversion rather than reconverting the file, the existing conversion will not be recognized as a forced conversion and the file will be reconverted.

  • Default is FALSE.

Location

IntradocDir/config/config.cfg

Example

Used as a configuration entry:

DisableKeepingForcedConversions=true

3.84 DisableOptimizedLatestReleaseQuerying

Defines whether cached timestamps or Content Server database information is used by Dynamic Converter to determine which files must be reconverted.

  • When set to TRUE, Dynamic Converter queries the Content Server database rather than the cached timestamps to determine which files must be reconverted.

  • Enabling this setting reverts to pre-6.2 Dynamic Converter behavior. This setting can be used if you need to troubleshoot a related issue.

  • Default is FALSE.

Location

IntradocDir/config/config.cfg

Example

Used as a configuration entry:

DisableOptimizedLatestReleaseQuerying=true

3.85 DisableSharedCacheChecking

Disables timestamp checking on all loaded resources.

  • When set to TRUE, resource files defined in components will be refreshed only when the Content Server instance is restarted.

  • This setting does not stop timestamp checking on HCST and HCSP pages.

  • This setting can be used to limit file system activity, typically when the Content Server file system is on a network share. This setting is particularly important in production environments where file checking and timestamp overhead can seriously degrade performance. In a development environment this setting can be optional.

  • See the clustering documentation for more information.

Location

IntradocDir/config/config.cfg

Example

Used as a configuration entry:

DisableSharedCacheChecking=true

3.86 DistillerPath

Sets the path to the executable used by PDF Converter to convert files to PDF.

  • Returns the path as a string.

  • If Adobe Acrobat Distiller is not detected during installation of PDF Converter, the default is the path to the Jaws PDF Library.

  • If Adobe Acrobat Distiller is detected during installation of PDF Converter, the default is the path to the Distiller executable.

Location

  • Shared Inbound Refinery Configuration screen, Paths tab, Adobe Distiller Executable File Path

  • IntradocDir/IdcRefinery/shared/idcrefinery.cfg

Example

Used as a configuration entry:

DistillerPath=C:/Program Files/IdcRefinery/shared/jaws_ps/ps2pdf.exe

3.87 DoDocNameOrder

Sorts content items in the Repository Manager by dDocName. When Repository Manager is started, a default query is run against the database. By default the query results are sorted by the dDocName of the items. Ordering by dDocName makes the order predictable but can result in longer query results.

  • When set to TRUE, content items are sorted by dDocName.

  • When set to FALSE, content items are not sorted.

  • Default is TRUE.

You can enable the JDBC Query Trace to log information to the console log and verify that the 'order by' clause is no longer part of the query. To enable the JDBC Query Trace, select systemdatabase as an option in the Edit Active Console Output Tracing section of the System Audit Information page.

Location

IntradocDir/config/config.cfg

Example

Used as a configuration entry:

DoDocNameOrder=false

3.88 dodSkipCatFolderRequirement

Specifies that an item is allowed to be checked in without specifying a category or Contribution Folder for the checkin. If a DoD configuration is in use, this will cause non-conformance with DoD regulations.

  • When set to TRUE, items must be checked in with a category or Contribution Folder specified.

  • When set to FALSE, items may be checked in without specifying a category or Contribution Folder.

The default is TRUE.

Restart WebCenter Content for this setting to take effect.

Caution:

To ensure this setting remains in effect after a software update, perform one of these tasks:

  • Add or edit the setting in the IntradocDir/config/config.cfg file.

  • In the Content Server user interface, choose Administration, then Admin Server, then General Configuration, and enter the setting in the Additional Configuration Variables field.

Usage

Location

wccontent/ucm/idc/components/RecordsManagement/records_management_environment.cfg

Example

Used as a configuration entry:

dodSkipCatFolderRequirement=false

3.89 DomainControllerName

Defines the domain controller to use for NTLM calls.

  • If a value is not set, an API call is made to find a domain controller to talk to.

  • Default is an empty string.

Location

IntradocDir/config/config.cfg

Example

Used as a configuration entry:

DomainControllerName=PDC servername

3.90 DoMetaInternetSearch

Enables Internet search syntax for metadata fields.

  • When set to TRUE, Internet searching for metadata is enabled.

  • When set to FALSE, Internet searching for metadata is disabled.

Default is FALSE.

Usage

Location

IntradocDir/config/config.cfg

Example

As a configuration setting:

DoMetaInternetSearch=true

3.91 DownloadApplet

Enables the multiple file Download Applet.

  • When set to TRUE, the Download Applet is enabled so that multiple files can be downloaded from a search results page.

  • When set to FALSE, the Download Applet is disabled.

  • Default is FALSE.

Location

  • System Properties, Options tab, Enable download applet

  • Administration, Admin Server, General Configuration menu option, Enable download applet

  • IntradocDir/config/config.cfg

Example

As a configuration setting, enables the Download Applet:

DownloadApplet=true

As script, evaluates the condition of the Download Applet:

<$DownloadApplet$>

3.92 DtmPort

Defines the port number on which the DtmServer (required for HTML Preview) listens to connections from Content Publisher clients.

Default is 4441.

Usage

Location

IntradocDir/config/config.cfg

Example

Used as a configuration entry:

DtmPort=4442

3.93 DynamicConverterHtmlFlavor

Defines the HTML flavor used by Dynamic Converter.

  • Possible settings are:

    • Internet Explorer 4.0

    • Netscape 4.0

    • HTML 3.0

    • HTML 4.0

  • Default is null.

Location

IntradocDir/config/config.cfg

Example

Used as a configuration entry:

DynamicConverterHtmlFlavor=HTML 4.0

3.94 EmailNotificationType

Specifies where the links in notification emails point for workflows and subscriptions in different Content Server user interfaces.

Possible settings are:

  • NativeWebUI (the native 11g user interface)

  • ContentUI (the ADF-based user interface, which is newer than the native 11g interface)

  • ContentUI,NativeWebUI (both the native 11g user interface and the ADF-based user interface)

This variable is not set automatically. When set, if no value is specified, it defaults to NativeWebUI.

Location

IntradocDir/config/config.cfg

Example

Used as a configuration entry:

EmailNotificationType=ContentUI,NativeWebUI

3.95 EnableDocumentHighlight

Enables highlighting of full-text search terms in PDF, text, and HTML files.

  • When set to TRUE, search term highlighting is enabled.

  • When set to FALSE, search term highlighting is disabled.

  • Default is FALSE after installation of Content Server.

  • Default is TRUE after installation of PDF Converter.

Usage

Location

  • System Properties, Options tab, Enable search keyword highlighting

  • Administration, Admin Server, General Configuration menu option, Enable search keyword highlighting

  • IntradocDir/config/config.cfg

Example

As a configuration setting:

EnableDocumentHighlight=false

As script, returns the value of the configuration setting:

<$EnableDocumentHighlight$>

See Also

3.96 EnableEnvironmentPackager

Enables the Environment Packager debugging function.

  • This function enables an administrator to package all files in the admin, config, and bin directories into a ZIP archive, along with a text file called environment.txt. This text file contains additional information about the Java Virtual Machine, and the operating system of the server. The ZIP file, server_environment.zip, is placed in the root directory of the Content Server instance.

  • When set to TRUE, the Environment Packager function is enabled.

  • When set to FALSE, the Environment Packager function is disabled.

  • Default is FALSE.

Usage

Location

IntradocDir/config/config.cfg

Example

Used as a configuration entry:

EnableEnvironmentPackager=true

3.97 EnableErrorFile

Generates a Batch Loader error file.

  • If errors are encountered during a batch load, an error file is generated with those problem records added.

  • When set to TRUE, an error file is generated.

  • There is no default value.

Location

DomainHome/ucm/cs/bin/intradoc.cfg

Example

Used as a configuration entry:

EnableErrorFile=true

3.98 EnableExpirationNotifier

Enables notification of expiration (NOE) of content items. This provides email notification to authors and administrators for documents that will be expired in a short time.

  • After enabling the NOE and restarting, an entry is included in the ScheduledEvents DomainHome/ucm/cs/config/activestate.hda file.

  • The include that controls when the NOE runs is set_doevent_for_notification_of_expiration. The NotifyTime parameter described below is used in this include.

  • Note that in the following parameters, NotificationQuery can be set to 30 (not 7, as is the default) and NotificationIntervalInDays can be set to 7; this provides weekly emails about what will expire within the month.

  • The table that defines scheduled events is in the IdcHomeDir/resources/core/tables/std_resources.htm file. The table is named IdcScheduledSystemEvents and the row is named NotificationOfExpiration.

  • To obtain debugging information for the NOE, set the following variables in the config.cfg file and restart the Content Server instance. Logging goes to the server output:

    TraceSectionsList=system,scheduledevents
    TraceIsVerbose=true

Location

IntradocDir/config/config.cfg

Parameters

Takes the following optional parameters:

Parameter Description

NotificationQuery

Specifies the query to be run to find the expired documents for the notification. The default is the following:

dOutDate > <$dateCurrent()$> <AND> dOutDate < <$dateCurrent(7)$>

NotificationMaximum

Specifies the maximum number of documents returned from the query. Default: 1000.

NotifyExtras

Denotes the administration users who receive the notification emails. If left blank, no extra notification is sent.

NotifyTime

The time of day to send the notification. Default: 00:01. Specified in 24-hour clock notation.

NotificationFieldNames

Specifies the field names to include in the notification. Default: dDocAuthor, dOutDate, dDocTitle, dDocName, dDocType, dID, dInDate, dRevLabel, dSecurityGroup

NOEUsePlainTextEmail

Allows the use of plain text email for the notification. Default: false. The email template is named QUERY_NOTIFICATION. If NOEUsePlainTextEmail=true, emailFormat=text.

NotificationIntervalInDays

Specifies the interval in days. Default: 1.

Example

Used as a configuration entry:

EnableExpirationNotifier=true

3.99 EnableRebuildForcesReconversion

Defines whether up front and forced Dynamic Converter conversions are reevaluated during a rebuild of the search index.

  • When set to TRUE, content items being indexed during an index rebuild will be reevaluated for conversion by Dynamic Converter based on the conversion rules for forced and up front conversions.

  • This setting can be used to dynamically convert files during an index rebuild after you have created a new conversion rule.

  • Default is FALSE.

Location

IntradocDir/config/config.cfg

Example

Used as a configuration entry:

EnableRebuildForcesReconversion=true

3.100 EnableSchemaPublish

Enables or disables Schema Publisher.

  • When set to TRUE, publishing is enabled.

  • When set to FALSE, publishing is disabled.

  • Default is TRUE.

    Caution:

    If set to FALSE, publishing is disabled even if the Republish Scheme option is used on the Configuration Manager Admin Applet. Setting this value to FALSE is normally used in clusters where Schema Publisher should be enabled only on selected nodes.

Usage

Location

IntradocDir/config/config.cfg

Example

EnableSchemaPublish=false

3.101 ExclusiveCheckout

Determines whether users can check out content that was authored by another user.

  • When set to TRUE, only the author or a user with Admin permission to the security group can check out a content item.

  • When set to FALSE, users with Write permission to the security group can check out content that was authored by another user.

  • Default is FALSE.

Location

  • System Properties, Content Security tab, Allow only original contributor to check out

  • Administration, Admin Server, Content Security menu option, Allow only original contributor to check out

  • IntradocDir/config/config.cfg

Example

As a configuration setting, only original contributor can check out a content item.

ExclusiveCheckout=true

As Idoc Script, returns the value of the configuration setting:

<$ExclusiveCheckout$>

See Also

isUserOverrideSet in Developing with Oracle WebCenter Content

3.102 ExpireRevisionOnly

Determines if all revisions or only a specific revision of a content item is expired on the specified Expiration Date.

Note:

This variable applies to Content Server version 6.2 and later. Before version 6.2, only the specific revision expired on the specified Expiration Date. Starting with version 6.2, the default behavior is that if the current revision expires, all revisions of that content item also expire. Setting this variable to TRUE returns the system to the pre-6.2 behavior.

  • When set to TRUE, only the current revision expires, and the most recent unexpired revision becomes the current revision.

  • When set to FALSE, all revisions expire when the current revision expires.

  • Default is FALSE.

Location

IntradocDir/config/config.cfg

Example

Used as a configuration entry:

ExpireRevisionOnly=true

3.103 FileEncoding

Specifies the file encoding to be used.

If Content Server is configured to use languages other than operating system's native language (for example, using both English and Japanese locales on an English system), this variable must be set to UTF8 in both the Content Server and the Inbound Refinery instances.

Location

  • Content Server: DomainHome/ucm/cs/bin/intradoc.cfg

  • Inbound Refinery: IntradocDir/data/configuration/connections/main/intradoc.cfg

Example

Used as a configuration entry:

FileEncoding=UTF8

3.104 FldEnforceCaseInsensitiveNameUniqueness

Makes name-uniqueness checks for folder and file names case-insensitive, and makes path resolution case-insensitive.

  • Use this variable with the variable FldEnforceFolderFileNameUniqueness.

  • Default setting is TRUE.

  • If Oracle WebCenter Content is being upgraded and the existing folder structure does not meet the uniqueness constraints enforced by this variable and the variable FldEnforceFolderFileNameUniqueness, these two variables must be set to FALSE.

Location

IntradocDir/config/config.cfg

Example

Used as a configuration entry:

FldEnforceCaseInsensitiveNameUniqueness=true

3.105 FldEnforceFolderFileNameUniqueness

Prevents folders from having a child folder with the same name as a child document. The same name mean it is case-insensitive. Child folder and child document refer to both owner links and soft links.

  • Use this variable with the variable FldEnforceCaseInsensitiveNameUniqueness.

  • Default setting is TRUE.

  • If Oracle WebCenter Content is being upgraded and the existing folder structure does not meet the uniqueness constraints enforced by this variable and the variable FldEnforceCaseInsensitiveNameUniqueness, these two variables must be set to FALSE.

Location

IntradocDir/config/config.cfg

Example

Used as a configuration entry:

FldEnforceFolderFileNameUniqueness=true

3.106 ForcedConversionRules

Defines the Dynamic Converter rules that will apply forced conversions upon file checkin.

  • This is a comma-delimited list.

  • If a content item matches any of the specified conversion rules upon checkin, the file will be converted according to that rule. Each file can be converted into multiple renditions.

  • There is no default.

    Note:

    The forced conversion process does not apply the same Dynamic Converter template twice. For example, if you set ForcedConversionRules=RuleA,RuleB, but RuleA and RuleB specify the same template with a different layout, the conversion according to RuleB will not occur. (Best practice in this case would be to merge the layouts and use Idoc Script to dynamically select the appropriate layout elements.)

Location

IntradocDir/config/config.cfg

Example

Used as a configuration entry:

ForcedConversionRules=Rule1,Rule2,Rule3

See Also

3.107 ForceDistinctRevLabels

Defines whether additional revisions for the same content item can have the same revision label.

  • Changing this setting will apply to new content only.

  • When set to TRUE, two revisions of the same content cannot have the same revision label.

  • Default setting is FALSE.

Location

IntradocDir/config/config.cfg

Example

Used as a configuration entry:

ForceDistinctRevLabels=true

3.108 ForceDocTypeChoice

Adds a blank option as the default for the Type option list on checkin pages. This requires the user to select a Type.

  • Used on pages as a display option.

  • When set to TRUE, the checkin page displays the Type option list with a blank option.

  • Default setting is FALSE.

Location

IntradocDir/config/config.cfg

Example

Used as a configuration entry:

ForceDocTypeChoice=true

3.109 ForceJdbcSync

Restricts access to the database to one query at a time.

This setting is typically used for debugging or for problematic JDBC drivers.

If the system is being used mostly for read-only type activity, setting this to FALSE will improve the throughput to the database.

When set to TRUE, one query at a time can access the database.

When set to FALSE, multiple queries can access the database at a time.

Default setting is FALSE. (Default for version 4.5 and earlier was TRUE.)

Location

IntradocDir/config/config.cfg

Example

Used as a configuration entry:

ForceJdbcSync=true

3.110 ForcePermissionCheckforAllowedUploadServices

Enforce user permission is validated during file upload services.

When set to TRUE, the user permission has to be validated during file upload.

When set to FALSE, the user permission is not validated during file upload.

Default is FALSE.

Location

IntradocDir/config/config.cfg

Example

Used as a configuration entry:

ForcePermissionCheckforAllowedUploadServices=true

3.111 ForceSecurityGroupChoice

Adds a blank option as the default for the Security Group option list on checkin pages. This requires the user to select a Security Group.

Used on pages as a display option.

When set to TRUE, the checkin page displays the Security Group option list with a blank option.

Default setting is FALSE.

Location

IntradocDir/config/config.cfg

Example

Used as a configuration entry:

ForceSecurityGroupChoice=true

3.112 FormInheritMetaDataFieldList

Defines the custom metadata fields that are inherited by subsequent revisions of a PDF form.

This is a comma-delimited list.

Standard metadata fields (such as Type, Security Group, and Account) are inherited by default.

Custom metadata fields begin with a lowercase x (for example, xComments).

Location

IntradocDir/config/config.cfg

Example

Used as a configuration entry:

FormInheritMetaDataFieldList=xDepartment,xRegion

3.113 FrameMakerCyclesAllowed

The maximum number of 30-second cycles that Inbound Refinery allows before FrameMaker is considered to be not responding.

Inbound Refinery watches the consfile.txt file for FrameMaker activity.

Default is 1.

Location

IntradocDir/IdcRefinery/shared/idcrefinery.cfg

Example

Used as a configuration entry:

FrameMakerCyclesAllowed=1

3.114 FrameMakerTimeout

Defines the FrameMaker conversion timeout.

Returns the FrameMaker timeout values.

This variable must be followed by one of these flags.

Flag Description

#factor

This value is multiplied by the file size to determine the amount of time allowed for FrameMaker conversion. (The resulting time is limited by the #max and #min flags.) The default value is 1. Increase this value for busy or slow systems.

#max

Specifies the maximum time in seconds that Inbound Refinery waits for the FrameMaker conversion process to complete. The default time is 10 seconds.

#min

Specifies the minimum time in seconds that Inbound Refinery waits for the FrameMaker conversion process to complete. The default time is 1 second.

Location

  • Shared Inbound Refinery Configuration screen, Timeout Values tab, FrameMaker to PostScript Timeout

  • IntradocDir/IdcRefinery/shared/idcrefinery.cfg

Example

Used as a configuration entry:

FrameMakerTimeout#factor=2

3.115 GetCopyAccess

Determines what permission a user must have to get a copy of a content item.

When set to TRUE, users can get a copy of a content item for which they have only Read permission.

When set to FALSE, users must have Write permission to a content item to be able to get a copy.

Default is FALSE.

Location

  • System Properties, Content Security tab, Allow get copy for user with read privilege

  • Administration, Admin Server, Content Security menu option, Allow get copy for user with read privilege

  • IntradocDir/config/config.cfg

Example

As a configuration setting:

GetCopyAccess=true

As Idoc Script, returns the value of the configuration setting:

<$GetCopyAccess$>

3.116 HasExternalUsers

Indicates to Content Server that an external user database is present.

When set to TRUE, the system recognizes external users. If a custom component has been written to support an external user integration (such as LDAP), this should be set to TRUE.

Default is FALSE.

Location

IntradocDir/config/config.cfg

Example

As a configuration setting:

HasExternalUsers=true

As Idoc Script, returns the value of the configuration setting:

<$HasExternalUsers$>

3.117 HasSiteStudio

Used with the Link Manager functionality.

If Site Studio is installed, this variable enables the Site Studio-specific link patterns for parsing friendly URLs for the pattern engine. If set to TRUE, this variable enables the Site Studio-specific link patterns.

The default value is FALSE, which disables the Site Studio-specific link patterns.

Location

IntradocDir/config/config.cfg

Example

Used as a configuration entry:

HasSiteStudio=TRUE

See Also

For details about Link Manager, see Using the Link Manager Component in Managing Oracle WebCenter Content.

3.118 HideVitalReview

This variable hides the Subject to Review related fields on Oracle WebCenter Content: Records Search and Checkin pages.

  • If set to TRUE, Subject to Review fields are hidden.

  • If set to FALSE, Subject to Review fields are revealed.

The default is TRUE.

Restart WebCenter Content for this setting to take effect.

Caution:

To ensure this setting remains in effect after a software update, perform one of these tasks:

  • Add or edit the setting in the IntradocDir/config/config.cfg file.

  • In the Content Server user interface, choose Administration, then Admin Server, then General Configuration, and enter the setting in the Additional Configuration Variables field.

Usage

Location

wccontent/ucm/idc/components/RecordsManagement/records_management_environment.cfg

Example

Used as a configuration entry:

HideVitalReview=false

3.119 HighlightBegin

Sets the opening HTML tag of the text highlighting style for files converted by Dynamic Converter.

Default is <strong>.

Location

IntradocDir/config/config.cfg

Example

Used as a configuration entry:

HighlightBegin=<b><font color=blue>

See Also

3.120 HighlightEnd

Sets the closing HTML tag of the text highlighting style for files converted by Dynamic Converter.

Default is </strong>.

Location

IntradocDir/config/config.cfg

Example

Used as a configuration entry:

HighlightEnd=</font></b>

See Also

3.121 HtmlDataInputFilterLevel

A configuration entry used in conjunction with the encodeHtml function. This entry applies a level of encoding to filter all input to the system for bad HTML constructions.

All input data received by the system when using the unsafe value for the encodeHtmlrule parameter applies only to well-known unsafe script tags. This functionality can be altered by using the HtmlDataInputFilterLevel configuration variable to change the filtering that is done.

Usage

Parameters

This entry takes one parameter, the filter level. Accepted values are:

  • none: No filtering is performed.

  • unsafe: Protects against bad HTML constructions.

  • exceptsafe: Allows only well-known safe constructions through the filter.

Location

IntradocDir/config/config.cfg

See Also

encodeHtml in Developing with Oracle WebCenter Content

3.122 HTMLEditorPath

Defines the path for the executable that is used to edit component files from within the Component Wizard.

This path is defined in the Component Wizard.

You should specify a text editor (such as WordPad) rather than a graphical HTML editor (such as FrontPage). Graphical editors can insert or change HTML tags and may cause Idoc Script tags to be converted into a string of characters that will not be recognized by Content Server.

There is no default value.

Location

  • IntradocDir/config/config.cfg

  • DomainHome/ucm/cs/bin/intradoc.cfg

Example

Used as a configuration entry:

HTMLEditorPath=C:/Program Files/Windows NT/Accessories/wordpad.exe

3.123 HttpAbsoluteCgiRoot

Defines the Content Server CGI path as a complete URL.

Location

IntradocDir/config/config.cfg

Example

For a Content Server instance:

HttpAbsoluteCgiRoot=http://my_computer/idcplg/idc_cgi_isapi-instance.dll

See Also

HttpAbsoluteCgiPath in Developing with Oracle WebCenter Content

3.124 HttpAbsoluteWebRoot

Defines the web server root directory as a complete URL.

Location

IntradocDir/config/config.cfg

Example

For a Content Server:

HttpAbsoluteWebRoot=http://my_computer/domain/

3.125 HttpBrowserHttpHostDoesNotHavePort

When set to TRUE, Content Server is notified that the HTTP address that it computed for the Content Server's administration server and applets does not have a port number and it needs to look for a port number. This setting is only necessary if you want to change the default behavior.

If HttpIgnoreWebServerInternalPortNumber is also set to TRUE, Content Server looks at the HttpServerAddress setting to determine the port number. Otherwise Content Server uses the server port number provided by the web server.

Usage

Location

IntradocDir/config/config.cfg

Example

HttpBrowserHttpHostDoesNotHavePort=true

3.126 HttpIgnoreWebServerInternalPortNumber

When set to TRUE, causes the HTTP address computed for the Content Server's administration server and applets to not use the server port value provided by the web server.

This prevents a load balancing configuration problem in which the load balancing server is using a different port number than the internal web server actually delivering the response to the request.

Usage

Location

IntradocDir/config/config.cfg

Example

HttpIgnoreWebServerInternalPortNumber=true

See Also

HttpBrowserFullCgiPath in Developing with Oracle WebCenter Content

3.127 HttpRelativeCgiRoot

Defines the Content Server CGI path as a relative URL.

Location

IntradocDir/config/config.cfg

Example

For a Content Server:

HttpRelativeCgiRoot=/idcplg/idc_cgi_isapi-instance.dll

3.128 HttpRelativeWebRoot

Defines the web server root directory as a relative URL.

  • A relative root such as /domain/ is used rather than a full root such as http://www.example.com/domain/.

  • Returns the relative web root directory as a string.

  • There is no default value.

Location

  • System Properties, Internet tab, Http Relative Web Root

  • Content Server: IntradocDir/config/config.cfg

Example

As a configuration setting, defines the relative web root:

HttpRelativeWebRoot=/domain/

As Idoc Script, returns the relative web root as a string:

<$HttpRelativeWebRoot$>

3.129 HttpServerAddress

Defines the web server address as a partial URL.

A partial URL such as example is used rather than a full address such as http://www.example.com/.

Returns the web server address as a string.

There is no default value.

Location

  • System Properties, Internet tab, HTTP Server Address

  • Content Server: IntradocDir/config/config.cfg

Example

As a configuration setting, defines the web server address:

HttpServerAddress=example

As Idoc Script, returns the web server address as a string:

<$HttpServerAddress$>

3.130 IDC_Name

Defines the unique name of the Content Server instance.

Caution:

Using duplicate IDC_Name settings will cause data corruption. The Archiver utility cannot be used to move or copy data between two instances that share the same IDC_Name setting. To do so will corrupt the data on the target system. Give each of your instances a unique IDC_Name setting.

Location

IntradocDir/config/config.cfg

Example

Used as a configuration entry:

IDC_Name=OracleMSP

3.131 IdcAnalyzeLogDir

Specifies the location where the Content Server Analyzer utility writes output files and transfers extra files detected during the file system analysis process.

You can specify a partial or complete directory path.

  • If a partial directory path (such as analyzer_logs/) is specified, this subdirectory is created in the DomainHome/ucm/cs/bin/ directory.

  • If a complete directory path (such as c:/analyzer_logs/) is specified, this is the log directory.

The log file name is specified by the LogName setting.

The default is DomainHome/ucm/cs/bin/logs/.

Location

DomainHome/ucm/cs/bin/intradoc.cfg

Example

As a configuration setting:

IdcAnalyzeLogDir=f:/domain/analyzer_logs/

See Also

3.132 IdcAuthExtraRequestParams

Specifies values for the web server plug-in to get from its local data and send in the header of its requests.

For example, if you have a plug-in to the web server filter getting some attributes for a user and placing them into a local value, you could specify the name of the attributes in IdcAuthExtraRequestParams, and the data would be passed to the Content Server instance.

This setting can also be used to access extra HTTP header values using Idoc Script. These variables will become part of the Data Binder environment variable set.

  • The names in the IdcAuthExtraRequestParams list must match the header names without regard for case (case insensitive match).

  • When used as Idoc Script variables, the names in the IdcAuthExtraRequestParams must match exactly (case sensitive match).

There is no default value.

For information about IdcCommand, see About the IdcCommand Utility in Developing with Oracle WebCenter Content.

Usage

Location

IntradocDir/config/config.cfg

Example

The following setting tells the IIS web server plug-in to send the local value of HTTP_REFERER in the header (IIS automatically adds the HTTP_ prefix):

IdcAuthExtraRequestParams=referer

3.133 IdcCommandFile

Specifies a file containing commands to execute using IdcCommand.

There is no default setting.

Location

DomainHome/ucm/cs/bin/intradoc.cfg

Example

Used as a configuration entry:

IdcCommandFile=c:/ucm/idc/add_user.txt

3.134 IdcCommandLog

Specifies the path to the log file for IdcCommand execution.

The log file contains the time the command was executed and the success or failure status of the command.

There is no default setting.

Location

DomainHome/ucm/cs/bin/intradoc.cfg

Example

Used as a configuration entry:

IdcCommandLog=c:/idc/idccommand.log

3.135 IdcCommandServerHost

Specifies the web server address of the Content Server instance to which IdcCommand is connecting.

Default is the HttpServerAddress of the Content Server instance to which IdcCommand is connecting.

Location

IntradocDir/config/config.cfg

Example

Used as a configuration entry:

IdcCommandServerHost=instance_name.example.com

3.136 IdcCommandUser

Specifies the user that is permitted to execute commands using IdcCommand.

There is no default setting.

Location

DomainHome/ucm/cs/bin/intradoc.cfg

Example

Used as a configuration entry:

IdcCommandUser=sysadmin

3.137 IdcHttpHeaderVariables

Defines data parameters to include in HTTP header responses.

This is a comma-delimited list.

The format for encoding the name value pairs is the typical hda format after applying the Content Server HTTP header encoding.

The values are UTF-8 encoded and special characters are %xx encoded.

This setting is specifically designed for web server plug-ins that want to audit the requests made by the client. The plug-ins can examine the HTTP headers in the responses, but not the body of the content. By pushing some of the parameters of the request into an HTTP header response, a plug-in can audit which documents were accessed and what actions were performed on them.

The name of the HTTP header generated by the Content Server instance when sending a response to an HTTP-based client is IdcVariables.

Usage

Location

IntradocDir/config/config.cfg

Example

If IdcHttpHeaderVariables=IdcService,dDocName, then prior to the UTF-8 encoding being applied, the header value might be:

@Properties LocalData
IdcService=GET_DOC_PAGE
dDocName=TestDoc
blDateFormat=M/d{/yy}{ h:mm[:ss]{ a}}!mAM,PM!tAmerica/New_York
blFieldTypes=
@end

The UTF-8 encoding would leave all the above characters alone, except that it would change every line feed character into the %0A characters. The blDateFormat is the system date format for the Content Server instance.

3.138 IdcHomeDir

Defines the location of the server media for Oracle WebCenter Content, which can run media for any of the following: Content Server, Inbound Refinery, and Records.

The location can not be modified by an administration after Oracle WebCenter Content is deployed; it is a fixed location based on the current location of the media

Location

DomainHome/ucm/idc

Example

Used as a configuration setting:

IdcHomeDir=MW_HOME/user_projects/domains/base_domain/ucm/idc

3.139 IdcLocale

Sets the value that is placed in the HTTP cookie of the client to keep track of the current user's locale.

Usage

Location

IntradocDir/config/config.cfg

Example

Used as a configuration entry:

IdcLocale=Deutsch

3.140 IdcNativeDir

Defines the path to the resource data subdirectory of the runtime media home for Oracle WebCenter Content.

Location

  • IdcNativeDir/resources/

Example

Used as a configuration entry:

$IdcNativeDir=/ucm/cs/resources/

3.141 IdcResourcesDir

Defines the path to the resource data subdirectory of the runtime media home for Oracle WebCenter Content.

Location

  • IdcHomeDir/resources/

Example

Used as a configuration entry:

$IdcHomeDir=/ucm/resources/

3.142 IdcServerBindAddress

Used in clustered environments to bind the Content Server instance to a specific IP address.

Location

Set in the config.cfg file of the Content Server instance listening for requests:

IntradocDir/config/config.cfg

Example

Used as a configuration variable:

IdcServerBindAddress=IPaddress

3.143 IdcServerSocketQueueDepth

Specifies the depth of the TCP/IP socket queue.

This setting can be used to tune Content Server performance, particularly in a clustered environment. Decreasing this value might limit Content Server throughput.

Default is 200.

Location

IntradocDir/config/config.cfg

Example

Used as a configuration entry:

IdcServerSocketQueueDepth=256

3.144 IdcServerThreadQueryTimeout

Specifies the checkout time. The configuration is defined for all user threads and applicable to all user services.

Large file checkins often time out due to the amount of I/O that occurs. Database locks are held while the large file is written and this blocks subsequent checkins. This configuration setting can be used to lengthen the checkout time.

Location

IntradocDir/config/config.cfg

Example

The setting is expressed in seconds. To make the timeout 5 minutes, set:

IdcServerThreadQueryTimeout=300

3.145 IndexableRenditions

A comma-delimited list of single character codes for renditions to be indexed other than the primary, alternate, or web-viewable renditions. Typically only one letter will be used because only one rendition will be indexable (such as the XML rendition).

This is used in conjunction with IsAllowIndexRenditions.

Usage

Location

IntradocDir/config/config.cfg

3.146 IndexerAutoWorkInterval

Defines the interval in seconds at which the Indexer automatic update cycle checks for changes.

Default is 300 (5 minutes).

Usage

Location

IntradocDir/config/config.cfg

Example

Used as a configuration entry:

IndexerAutoWorkInterval=600

3.147 IndexerLargeFileSize

Determines the file size in megabytes at which the Indexer will place the file in its own bulkload (batch) file.

Files larger than this setting are indexed in a separate bulkload. Files smaller than this setting will be indexed in a batch with other files.

Default is 1 megabyte.

Usage

Location

IntradocDir/config/config.cfg

Example

Used as a configuration entry:

IndexerLargeFileSize=2

3.148 IndexerRebuildStagingManualCopy

Enables an index rebuild to create the collection in another location.

This variable is typically used when rebuilding extremely large collections. When the rebuild is finished, the results can be merged back to the collection manually.

When set to TRUE, the rebuilt index is created in the location set by the IndexerRebuildStagingPath value.

When set to FALSE, the rebuilt index is created in the next active index directory.

Default is FALSE.

Usage

Location

IntradocDir/config/config.cfg

Example

Used as a configuration entry:

IndexerRebuildStagingManualCopy=true

3.149 IndexerRebuildStagingPath

Defines the path where an Indexer rebuild will be created.

This variable is typically used when rebuilding extremely large collections. When the rebuild is finished, the results can be merged back to the collection manually.

There is no default value.

Usage

Location

IntradocDir/config/config.cfg

Example

Used as a configuration entry:

IndexerRebuildStagingPath=c:/buildX/

3.150 IndexerTouchMonitorInterval

Defines the time that Content Server waits before it will treat an Indexer lock file whose timestamp has not changed as having expired. The system will also touch any locks it is maintaining twice during this interval.

An Indexer lock is created by placing a lock file into an appropriate directory. In order for the lock to persist, the timestamp on the file must change periodically. Otherwise Content Server will treat the lock as an expired lock.

The smaller the value of this setting, the quicker that locks can alternate between Indexing cycles. The larger the value, the more likely that high activity (which could keep a touch request delayed for many seconds) will cause Content Server to falsely report a lock as having expired. If a lock is falsely expired, it can cause duplicated effort (although it should not have any long term impact on the state of Content Server).

Default is 12000 milliseconds (12 seconds).

Usage

Location

IntradocDir/config/config.cfg

Example

As a configuration setting:

IndexerTouchMonitorInterval=15000

3.151 IndexerTraceCycleListChanges

Dumps trace information to the console for changes to the list of active indexing cycles maintained by Content Server.

At certain points in an indexing cycle, an exclusive lock is required, so indexing cycles may have to wait for other cycles to become inactive. Enabling this setting can help you audit the performance of the Indexer.

When set to TRUE, changes to the indexing cycle list are output to the console.

When set to FALSE, changes to the indexing cycle list are not output.

Default is FALSE.

Note:

This variable is obsolete as of Content Server version 7.0. Functionality is now available on the System Audit Information page.

Location

IntradocDir/config/config.cfg

Example

Used as a configuration entry:

IndexerTraceCycleListChanges=true

3.152 IndexerTraceLockFileChanges

Dumps trace information to the console for changes Content Server makes to the Indexer lock and suspension files.

When set to TRUE, changes to the files are output to the Content Server console.

When set to FALSE, changes to the files are not output.

Default is FALSE.

Note:

This variable is obsolete as of Content Server version 7.0. Functionality is now available on the System Audit Information page.

Location

IntradocDir/config/config.cfg

Example

Used as a configuration entry:

IndexerTraceLockFileChanges=true

3.153 IndexerTraceStartStop

When set to TRUE, traces the starting and stopping of index cycles.

Default is FALSE.

Note:

This variable is obsolete as of Content Server version 7.0. Functionality is now available on the System Audit Information page.

Location

IntradocDir/config/config.cfg

Example

Used as a configuration entry:

IndexerTraceStartStop=true

3.154 InitialColID

Defines the counter that initializes the first collection ID.

This defines the initial Contribution Folder identifier for the server (in millions).

This variable is set automatically by the Folders installation program if the WebDAV function is enabled at install.

Default is 0.

Caution:

To ensure this setting remains in effect after a software update, perform one of these tasks:

  • Add or edit the setting in the IntradocDir/config/config.cfg file.

  • In the Content Server user interface, choose Administration, then Admin Server, then General Configuration, and enter the setting in the Additional Configuration Variables field.

Location

IntradocDir/components/Folders_g/folders_environment.cfg

Example

InitialColID=0

3.155 InstanceDescription

Defines a description for the instance.

The instance description is used in the Content Server interface.

Location

  • System Properties, Server tab, Instance Description

  • IntradocDir/config/config.cfg

Example

As a configuration entry:

InstanceDescription=Master_on_Server1

As Idoc Script, returns the server instance description as a string:

<$InstanceDescription$>

3.156 InstanceMenuLabel

Defines the label for the instance that is used in the Windows Start menu.

There is no default value.

Location

System Properties, Server tab, Instance Menu Label

IntradocDir/config/config.cfg

Example

Used as a configuration entry:

InstanceMenuLabel=Master_on_Server1

3.157 IntradocDir

The directory containing the configuration and data specific to a Content Server instance.

There is no default value. The value depends on which configuration is specified: cs (for Content Server) or ibr (for Inbound Refinery).

It is recommended that you move the directory onto a network share if you are managing a load balancing cluster.

Location

  • Content Server: DomainHome/ucm/cs/bin/intradoc.cfg

  • Inbound Refinery: DomainHome/ucm/ibr/bin/intradoc.cfg

Example

Used as a configuration entry:

IntradocDir=c:/ucm/cs1

3.158 IntradocRealm

Defines the realm used when the Content Server instance or the web server plug-in challenges for Basic authentication.

In browsers, the realm is usually called a resource when it is displayed in the login dialog.

NTLM does not use a realm; authentication is always against the entire Microsoft network.

Default is IDC Security.

Location

IntradocDir/config/config.cfg

Example

Used as a configuration entry:

IntradocRealm=main

3.159 IntradocServerHostName

Defines the host name to use when opening a socket connection to the Content Server instance.

This setting is used by the CGI code that translates calls from the web server to requests to the Content Server.

Default value is localhost.

To call services remotely, IntradocServerHostName must be set to IP or DNS.

Location

IntradocDir/config/config.cfg

Example

Used as a configuration entry:

IntradocServerHostName=IP

3.160 IntradocServerPort

Defines the port that the web server filter or any other application should use to talk to the Content Server instance.

This setting tells the CGI code that translates from a call to the web server to a request to the Content Server instance to use this port when talking to Content Server. The CGI code will pick up this value automatically if the web server is stopped and started after the Content Server instance has been stopped and started.

In IIS, the CGI code is implemented by the iis_idc_cgi.dll ISAPI extension.

Default is 4444.

To call services remotely, the server port must be defined.

You can also set server-specific IntradocServerPort (TCP listen port for SystemServerSocket provider), enabling multiple Content Servers to run SystemServerSocket providers on the same machine and avoid port conflict.

The server-specific IntradocServerPort can be specified by adding .<WLS_serverName> suffix.

If a server-specific IntradocServerPort is not found then Content Server will fall back to the default IntradocServerPort value.

Location

IntradocDir/config/config.cfg

Example

Used as a configuration entry:

IntradocServerPort=5550
IntradocServerPort.UCM_serverHA=7036

3.161 IsAllowIndexRenditions

If set to TRUE, allows extra renditions of a document. This is only used if there are no indexable vault renditions or web-viewable renditions.

The accepted rendition types are listed in IndexableRenditions.

Usage

Location

IntradocDir/config/config.cfg

3.162 IsAutoArchiver

Enables the automatic import or transfer of content items.

When set to TRUE, Content Server will automatically import and transfer archives.

When set to FALSE, Content Server will not automatically import or transfer archives.

The NoAutomation setting overrides this setting.

Default is TRUE.

Usage

Location

IntradocDir/config/config.cfg

Example

Used as a configuration entry:

IsAutoArchiver=false

See Also

3.163 IsAutoNumber

Enables automatic numbering of Content IDs.

When set to TRUE, a Content ID (dDocName) is automatically assigned to each new content item upon checkin.

When set to FALSE, the user must specify a Content ID for each new content item.

Default is FALSE.

Location

  • System Properties, Options tab, Automatically assign a Content ID on check in

  • Administration, Admin Server, General Configuration menu option, Automatically assign a content ID on check in

  • IntradocDir/config/config.cfg

Example

Used as a configuration entry:

IsAutoNumber=true

See Also

3.164 IsAutoQueue

Enables the processing of content items after conversion by Inbound Refinery.

If set to TRUE, Content Server will process content items after conversion by Inbound Refinery.

If set to FALSE, Content Server will not process content items after conversion by Inbound Refinery.

The NoAutomation setting overrides this setting.

Default is TRUE.

Location

IntradocDir/config/config.cfg

Example

Used as a configuration entry:

IsAutoQueue=false

See Also

3.165 IsAutoSearch

Enables automatic indexing and archive export.

When set to TRUE, Content Server automatically indexes content items or automatically export documents to an archive.

When set to FALSE, Content Server does not automatically index content items or automatically export documents to an archive.

The NoAutomation setting overrides this setting.

Default is TRUE.

Usage

Location

IntradocDir/config/config.cfg

Example

Used as a configuration entry:

IsAutoSearch=true

See Also

3.166 IsContentRefineryPresent

Specifies if Inbound Refinery is installed.

This value is set to FALSE during initial Oracle WebCenter Content installation.

This value is set to TRUE during Inbound Refinery installation.

Default is FALSE.

Location

IntradocDir/config/config.cfg

Example

Used as a configuration entry:

IsContentRefineryPresent=true

3.167 IsDpSubmitErrorFatal

Used with Content Profiles. When set to TRUE, enables Content Server to issue a fatal error when a global rule violation is encountered.

Location

IntradocDir/config/config.cfg

Example

IsDpSubmitErrorFatal=true

See Also

Global Rule to Restrict Content Check-In Based on User Role (Example) in Managing Oracle WebCenter Content

3.168 IsDynamicConverterEnabled

Enables Dynamic Converter.

This value is set to FALSE during initial Oracle WebCenter Content installation.

This value is set to TRUE during Dynamic Converter installation.

Default is FALSE.

Location

  • System Properties, Options tab, Enable Dynamic Converter

  • Administration, Admin Server, General Configuration menu option, Enable Dynamic Converter

  • IntradocDir/config/config.cfg

Example

As a configuration setting, enables Dynamic Converter functionality:

IsDynamicConverterEnabled=true

As Idoc Script, used to evaluate whether dynamic converter functionality is enabled:

<$if IsDynamicConverterEnabled and isTrue(IsDynamicConverterEnabled)$>
    <tr>
      <td align="center" width="75">
        <a href="<$HttpCgiPath$>?IdcService=GET_TEMPLATE_CONVERSIONS">
          <img src="<$HttpImagesRoot$><$admin_conversion_image$>" border="0"
        width="<$adminImageWidth$>" height="<$adminImageHeight$>"></a>
      </td>
      <td width="10">&nbsp;
      </td>
      <td width="245"><span class=largeTableEntry>
        <a href="<$HttpCgiPath$>?IdcService=GET_TEMPLATE_CONVERSIONS">
        <$lc("wwTemplateConversions")$></span></a>
      </td>
    </tr>
<$endif$>

3.169 IsFormsPresent

Specifies if the PDF Forms software is installed.

This value is set to FALSE during initial installation.

This value is set to TRUE during PDF Forms installation.

Note:

This variable is deprecated. Use IsContentRefineryPresent instead.

Location

IntradocDir/config/config.cfg

Example

Used as a configuration entry:

IsFormsPresent=false

3.170 IsJava

Displays the local data of a Content Server web page.

This variable can be set as a flag on a page or as a parameter to a service call.

Usage

Output

When set to TRUE, returns the local data in the DataBinder.

Example

When included in the code on a Content Server web page, displays the local data of a page:

<$IsJava=1$>

When included in a Content Server URL, displays the local data for the New Checkin page:

http://myinstance.com/idcplg/idc_cgi_isapi-instance.dll?IdcService=CHECKIN_NEW_FORM&IsJava=1

3.171 IsJdbcLockTrace

Dumps trace information to the console for database lock activity.

Used only with SQL Server and Oracle databases.

On Solaris, this output also appears in a log file in the IntradocDir/etc/log/ directory.

Default is an empty string.

Note:

This variable is obsolete as of the 7.0 release of Content Server. The functionality is available on the System Audit Information page.

Location

IntradocDir/config/config.cfg

Example

Used as a configuration entry:

IsJdbcLockTrace=true

See Also

3.172 IsJdbcQueryTrace

Dumps trace information to the console for database query activity.

Used only with SQL Server and Oracle databases.

On Solaris, this output also appears in a log file in the IntradocDir/etc/log/ directory.

Default is an empty string.

Note:

This variable is obsolete as of the 7.0 release of Content Server. The functionality is available on the System Audit Information page.

Location

IntradocDir/config/config.cfg

Example

Used as a configuration entry:

IsJdbcQueryTrace=true

See Also

3.173 IsJspServerEnabled

Enables Java Server Page functionality.

Java Server Page support enables developers to access and modify Content Server content, ResultSets, personalization and security definitions, and predefined variables and configuration settings through Java Server Pages rather than through standard Content Server component architecture. Content Server services and Idoc Script functions can also be executed from Java Server Pages, which reside as executable content in Content Server.

Default is FALSE.

Usage

Location

  • System Properties, Server tab, Execute Java Server Page (Jsp)

  • Administration, Admin Server, General Configuration menu option, Enable Java Server Page (Jsp)

  • IntradocDir/config/config.cfg

Example

Used as a configuration entry:

IsJspServerEnabled=true

See Also

3.174 IsOverrideFormat

Enables users to select a different conversion format upon checkin.

When set to TRUE, a Format option list is displayed for the Primary File and Alternate File on the checkin page.

Default is FALSE.

Location

  • System Properties, Options tab, Allow override format on check in

  • Administration, Admin Server, General Configuration menu option, Allow override format on check in

  • IntradocDir/config/config.cfg

Example

As a configuration setting:

IsOverrideFormat=true

As Idoc Script, returns the value of the override format function:

<$IsOverrideFormat$>

3.175 IsPageDebug

Enables a trace of all includes and calls to the Idoc Script eval function.

The contents of the eval function and any dynamically assigned includes are also shown as part of the trace. The trace is indented by one + character per nested level of include or eval call. The trace also shows any error messages (without the nested location information) and the output of any calls to the Idoc Script trace function.

Note:

This setting is not supported in Internet Explorer version 6.

Usage

Output

Results of the trace can be viewed through the debug menu toolbar options which are accessed from the debug trace displayed at the bottom of the web page.

Click the debug trace to display the debug menu toolbar, then click any of the following options:

Element Description

hide all

Hides any open debug popups.

idocscript trace

Displays a tree structure view of all includes being called.

request binder

Displays information on Local Data and ResultSets. Click a heading to expand the view of detailed information.

response binder

Displays information on Local Data and ResultSets. Click a heading to expand the view of detailed information.

final page binder

Displays information on Local Data and ResultSets. Click a heading to expand the view of detailed information.

javascript log

Displays Logger Console window with default setting of Verbose. Select checkboxes to display the following options: info, warn, error, time, window, trace, global, schema, javascript, LogReader. Click Pause or Clear to control the speed and amount of information displayed on the Logger Console.

Example

Used as a configuration setting in the Content Server config.cfg file, so it applies to the entire server:

IsPageDebug=1

In a web browser, added to the end of the page's URL in the Address field:

&IsPageDebug=1

Used on a template page or in an Idoc Script include:

<$IsPageDebug=1$>

See Also

  • eval in Developing with Oracle WebCenter Content

  • setResourceInclude in Developing with Oracle WebCenter Content

  • trace in Developing with Oracle WebCenter Content

3.176 isPhysicallySplitDir

Tells the Content Server instance that the vault/ and weblayout/ directories are on different file systems.

When set to TRUE, tells the server that the directories are on different file systems.

Default is FALSE.

Location

DomainHome/ucm/cs/bin/intradoc.cfg

Example

Used as a configuration entry:

isPhysicallySplitDir=true

See Also

3.177 IsPrimaryUserBase

Specifies whether the LDAP provider is the primary LDAP server where external users are defined.

When set to TRUE, the provider will be used to authenticate new LDAP users who have not previously logged in to the Content Server instance.

When set to FALSE, the provider will be used to authenticate only LDAP users who have previously logged in using credentials from that provider.

Default is TRUE.

Note:

This setting is obsolete for version 7.0 and later of Content Server. See Priority for information on setting the order in which LDAP providers will be checked.

Location

  • Add/Edit LDAP Provider page, Primary User Base

  • IntradocDir/data/providers/provider_name/provider.hda

Example

Used as a configuration entry:

IsPrimaryUserBase=false

3.178 IsProvisionalServer

This configuration variable need not be set.

This value is set to TRUE during initial Oracle WebCenter Content installation.

Default is TRUE.

Location

IntradocDir/config/config.cfg

Example

Used as a configuration entry:

IsProvisionalServer=true

3.179 isRepromptLogin

This workflow configuration entry is a suffix appended to a workflow step, forcing a new authentication challenge.

When set to TRUE, this configuration variable forces a login at a specific step of a workflow. This acts as a digital signature for that step.

This variable can be added at multiple steps of a workflow.

Usage

Location

IntradocDir/config/config.cfg

Example

In the following example, a review step named VPApproval requires a digital signature before continuing in the workflow. Set the isRepromoptLogin configuration entry as follows before initiating the workflow:

VPApproval:isRepromptLogin=true

3.180 IsSavedWfCompanionFile

Saves a copy of the companion file that is created when a piece of content enters a workflow. Normally the companion file is deleted when the content is approved and exits the workflow.

To use this variable, insert the variable as shown into the config.cfg file and restart the Content Server instance. The file will be saved in the IntradocDir/data/workflow/saved/ directory.

Usage

Location

IntradocDir/config/config.cfg

Example

As a configuration variable:

IsSaveWfCompanionFiles=true

3.181 IsSimpleProfilesEnabled

This variable enables the Simple Profile functionality.

  • When set to TRUE, enables Simple Profile functionality.

  • When set to FALSE, disables Simple Profile functionality.

Restart WebCenter Content for this setting to take effect.

Caution:

To ensure this setting remains in effect after a software update, perform one of these tasks:

  • Add or edit the setting in the IntradocDir/config/config.cfg file.

  • In the Content Server user interface, choose Administration, then Admin Server, then General Configuration, and enter the setting in the Additional Configuration Variables field.

Usage

Location

wccontent/ucm/idc/components/RecordsManagement/records_management_environment.cfg

Example

Used as a configuration entry:

IsSimpleProfilesEnabled=true

3.182 isValidateFile

Used as a parameter to the Upload applet. This variable verifies that the file to be uploaded exists. In order to be used, a component must be created that overwrites the applet definition as defined in the std_multiupload_applet_definition include in the std_page.htm resource file.

Example

Used as a configuration entry:

isValidateFile=true

3.183 IsWebServerPagesOnly

Used with the ExtranetLook component. This variable determines if cookie-based authentication is used or not. For details about using the ExtranetLook functionality, see Login/Logout Customization in Administering Oracle WebCenter Content.

When IsWebServerPagesOnly is set to TRUE, basic authentication is used and cookie-based logon/logoff functionality is disabled. Customized versions of the web server filter are used.

If set to FALSE, cookie-based authentication is used.

Location

  • IntradocDir/config/config.cfg

Example

IsWebServerPagesOnly=FALSE

3.184 JdbcConnectionString

Defines the Java Database Connectivity (JDBC) connection (SQL Server Data Source Name), including the hostname, port number, and instance name.

This setting is automatically configured during installation if there are no network errors that make it impossible for the system to connect to the database. This setting must be changed manually if the database is changed or if the system could not find the database during installation.

If the run time version of Microsoft Access or MSDE is used, there are no database configuration options to set.

Default is JdbcConnectionString=JDBC:ODBC:SQLForInstance_name.

Usage

Location

  • System Properties, Database tab, JDBC Connection String

  • IntradocDir/config/config.cfg

Example

Defines the JDBC connection path:

JdbcConnectionString=jdbc:oracle:thin:@hostname:port_number:instance_name

See Also

3.185 JdbcDriver

Defines the Java Database Connectivity (JDBC) device driver name.

This setting is automatically configured during installation if there are no network errors that make it impossible for the system to connect to the database. This setting must be manually changed if the database is changed or if the system could not find the database during the installation.

If the run time version of Microsoft Access or MSDE is used, there are no database configuration options to set.

There is no default value.

Usage

Location

  • System Properties, Database tab, JDBC Driver options/JDBC Driver Name

  • IntradocDir/config/config.cfg

Example

Defines the JDBC device driver:

JdbcDriver=oracle.jdbc.driver.OracleDriver

3.186 JdbcPassword

Defines the SQL Server database password.

There is no default value.

Usage

Location

  • System Properties, Database tab, JDBC User Password

  • IntradocDir/config/config.cfg

Example

Used as a configuration entry:

JdbcPassword=password

3.187 JdbcPasswordEncoding

Defines the type of encoding to use when storing the SQL Server database password.

To disable password encryption, set this value to ClearText.

Default is Intradoc.

If any other nonempty value is assigned, no encoding is performed.

Usage

Location

IntradocDir/config/config.cfg

Example

Used as a configuration entry:

JdbcPasswordEncoding=ClearText

3.188 JdbcUser

Defines the SQL Server database user name.

Default is sa.

Usage

Location

  • System Properties, Database tab, JDBC User Name

  • IntradocDir/config/config.cfg

Example

Used as a configuration entry:

JdbcUser=sa

See Also

3.189 JspAdminQuery

Defines which files are to be made available as web application files.

This setting is generally used to define the query to find the web application archiver (.war file) when deploying the Oracle JavaBean.

Usage

Location

IntradocDir/config/config.cfg

Example

Used as a configuration entry:

JspAdminQuery=dExtension <matches> war

3.190 JspDefaultIndexPage

Defines the default page for a web application.

This is a comma-delimited list of file names that defines a search sequence. If the first file is not present, the second file will be the default page, and so on.

Default is index.html,index.htm,index.jsp.

Usage

Location

IntradocDir/config/config.cfg

Example

Used as a configuration entry:

JspDefaultIndexPage=index.html,index.htm,index.jsp

3.191 JspEnabledGroups

Defines the security groups to be enabled for Java Server Page functionality.

Because Java Server Pages usually have full privileges to any resource on the hosting system, it can be important to restrict Java Server Pages to security groups which allow only contributors with certain permissions.

Usage

Location

  • System Properties, Server tab, Jsp Enabled Groups

  • Administration, Admin Server, General Configuration menu option, Jsp Enabled Groups

  • IntradocDir/config/config.cfg

Example

Used as a configuration entry:

JspEnabledGroups=jsp,group1

3.192 JvmCommandLine

Defines the location of the executable for the Java Virtual Machine command line.

There is no default value.

Location

  • Content Server: DomainHome/ucm/cs/bin/intradoc.cfg

  • Inbound Refinery: DomainHome/ucm/ibr/bin/intradoc.cfg

Example

Used as a configuration entry:

JvmCommandLine="c:/jdk1.3.1/bin/java.exe" -classpath $CLASSPATH $STARTUPCLASS

3.193 LatestReleasedTimestampTimeout

Defines the minimum interval in milliseconds at which the timestamp of a converted content item will be checked.

For a particular cached web-viewable file, Dynamic Converter will consult the timestamp again only after the time specified by this setting has passed.

If the timestamp of a cached content item has changed, Dynamic Converter reconverts the file.

Default is 1500 milliseconds (1.5 seconds).

Location

IntradocDir/config/config.cfg

Example

Used as a configuration entry:

LatestReleasedTimestampTimeout=60000

3.194 LdapAdminDN

Specifies a user name that has Read permission for the LDAP server.

If this setting is not defined, the provider will connect to the LDAP server anonymously.

If the LDAP provider is communicating with Active Directory, a user name and password is required, and must be a valid domain user in the format DOMAIN\username.

Location

  • Add/Edit LDAP Provider page, LDAP Admin DN

  • IntradocDir/data/providers/provider_name/provider.hda

Example

Used as a configuration entry:

LdapAdminDN=ldap_admin

3.195 LdapAdminPassword

Specifies the password for the LdapAdminDN setting, which specifies a user name that has Read permission for the LDAP server.

Location

  • Add/Edit LDAP Provider page, LDAP Admin Password

  • IntradocDir/data/providers/provider_name/provider.hda

Example

Used as a configuration entry:

LdapAdminPassword=idc2

See Also

3.196 LdapPort

Defines the port number the LDAP server listens on.

Default is 389, unless you are using SSL.

If you are using SSL (see UseSecureLdap), set this value to 636.

Location

  • Add/Edit LDAP Provider page, LDAP Port

  • IntradocDir/data/providers/provider_name/provider.hda

Example

Used as a configuration entry:

LdapPort=636

See Also

3.197 LdapServer

Host name of the LDAP server.

If the provider is communicating with Active Directory, this should be the host name of a primary domain controller.

Location

  • Add/Edit LDAP Provider page, LDAP Server

  • IntradocDir/data/providers/provider_name/provider.hda

Example

Used as a configuration entry:

LDAPServer=iplanet_dir

3.198 LdapSuffix

Specifies the root suffix (naming context) to use for all LDAP operations (such as o=example.com or dc=example,dc=com).

All mapping of LDAP groups to Content Server roles and accounts will begin at this root.

Do not include spaces before or after commas.

Location

  • Add/Edit LDAP Provider page, LDAP Suffix

  • IntradocDir/data/providers/provider_name/provider.hda

Example

Used as a configuration entry:

LdapSuffix=dc=example,dc=com

3.199 LkDisableOnRebuild

Used with the Link Manager functionality.

This variable controls link extraction during the indexing rebuild cycle.

If set to TRUE, this variable prevents Link Manager from extracting links during the index rebuild cycle. If set to FALSE, Link Manager extracts links during the indexing rebuild cycle.

The default is FALSE.

Because Link Manager does all of its work during the indexing cycle, it will increase the amount of time required to index documents and to rebuild collections. However, the time taken may not be noticeable because most of the time is spent indexing the document into the collection. The amount of time required depends on the type and size of the documents involved. That is, if the file needs to be converted, this requires more time than text-based (HTML) files.

Usage

Location

IntradocDir/config/config.cfg

Example

Used as a configuration entry:

LkDisableOnRebuild=TRUE

See Also

For details about using Link Manager, see Using the Link Manager Component in Managing Oracle WebCenter Content.

3.200 LkDisableReferenceInfo

Used with the Link Manager functionality.

This variable enables or disables the Resources section on the Content Information page. If set to TRUE, it configures Content Server to suppress the References section. Link Manager then does not compute the link references for presentation.

If set to FALSE, Content Server displays the Show and Hide toggle switches on the Content Information page. By clicking on the toggle switch, link references are displayed or concealed.

The default is FALSE.

Location

IntradocDir/config/config.cfg

Example

Used as a configuration entry:

LkDisableReferenceInfo=TRUE

3.201 LkDisallowConversionFormats

Used with the Link Manager functionality.

This variable provides a list of file formats that Link Manager will not covert before being processed for link extraction. By default, this is empty.

There are some file formats (such as Word) that must be converted by HtmlExport before links can be extracted. However, links in text-based file formats (HTML) can be extracted by Link Manager without requiring conversion by HtmlExport.

For example, you may have PHP files (or files in some other custom format) that are actually text-based. For such files, conversion by HtmlExport may not be necessary before Link Manager processes them for link extraction. Such formats can be listed in this configuration variable.

Parameters

The only parameter(s) are the formats.

Location

IntradocDir/config/config.cfg

Examples

In the following example, specifying the full MIME type format limits the variations of the listed types that are excluded. For example, listing application/msword will not exclude application/vnd.msword or other variations. In this case, you must include each specific MIME type variation in the list that you want to exclude.

LkDisallowConversionFormats=application/msword,audio/wav,video/avi

In the following example, all variations of each MIME type in the list are excluded. Using the shortened format of the MIME type is more advantageous in that it allows greater flexibility.

LkDisallowConversionFormats=msword,wav,avi

Note:

Link Manager does not use HtmlExport to convert files that contain any of the following strings in the file format: hcs, htm, image, text, xml, jsp, and asp. These files are handled by Link Manager without need for conversion. To check the current file formats and extension mappings of your system, use the File Formats window in the Configuration Manager.

3.202 LkIsSecureSearch

Used with the Link Manager functionality.

This variable is used to manage security restriction checks for non-admin users during a link search.

If set to TRUE, this configures Link Manager to perform a security check on non-admin users while implementing a managed link search. This is the default setting.

Location

IntradocDir/config/config.cfg

Example

Used as a configuration entry:

LkIsSecureSearch=TRUE

3.203 LkReExtractOnRebuild

Used with the Link Manager functionality.

This variable controls link extraction from previously indexed documents during a rebuild. If set to TRUE, it configures Link Manager to extract links from documents as they are indexed into the system during a rebuild. This is the default setting.

If set to FALSE, this prevents Link Manager from extracting links from documents as they are indexed into the system during a rebuild.

Because Link Manager does all of its work during the indexing cycle, it will increase the amount of time required to index documents and to rebuild collections. However, the time taken may not be noticeable since most of the time is spent indexing the document into the collection. Although, the amount of time required does depend on the type and size of the documents involved. That is, if the file needs to be converted, this requires more time than text-based (HTML) files.

Location

IntradocDir/config/config.cfg

Example

Used as a configuration entry:

LkReExtractOnRebuild=FALSE

3.204 LkRefreshBatchSize

Used to control the number of links submitted to Site Studio during a refresh process. By default, the batch size value is set to 100.

Depending on the value, this configuration variable can make the refresh processes more (or less) receptive to an abort request. The calculation for LkRefreshErrorsAllowed is completed after, not during, each batch process. Therefore, the lower the value for LkRefreshBatchSize, the more likely it is that the refresh activity will promptly terminate because the number of allowed errors is more quickly exceeded.

If you are using Site Studio, LkRefreshBatchSize enables you to have better control over the refresh abort option than using the combined LkRefreshErrorPercent and LkRefreshErrorThreshold settings. For example, if you set the percent value to 5 and the threshold value to 20, you would expect the refresh activity to abort after the first error. However, Link Manager might actually process multiple errors before aborting.

The reason for this is that during refresh activities, all the links recognized as Site Studio links (or those requiring Site Studio processing) are grouped and sent to Site Studio as a batch. Consequently, refreshes are more efficient, but abort requests are unresponsive during this time because Site Studio is unaware of aborts and total error counts.

However, Site Studio is aware of the number of errors it has encountered in the current batch. For this reason, the Link Manager's abort calculation can not take place in all situations and the error configuration values (percent and threshold) are simply suggestions to Link Manager for when an abort should occur. Using LkRefreshBatchSize, however, enables you to more accurately control the abort receptivity during refresh activities that involve Site Studio link batches.

Location

IntradocDir/config/config.cfg

Example

Used as a configuration entry:

LkRefreshBatchSize=200

3.205 LkRefreshErrorPercent

Used with Link Manager functionality.

This variable is used with LkRefreshErrorThreshold to compute if the refresh activity should be aborted. When the refresh activity processes more links than the threshold value, Link Manager calculates the proportion of errors. If the number of errors exceeds the percent value, the refresh activity is aborted.

The percent value is set to 10 by default.

Note:

If you choose to set a value for LkRefreshErrorsAllowed, it could override the combination of threshold and percent values. For example, if the value is less than the calculated threshold/percent value for links/errors, then the refresh activity could abort even if the number of links processed does not exceed the threshold limit. Therefore, it is recommended that you use either the LkRefreshErrorsAllowed configuration setting or the combination of the LkRefreshErrorThreshold and LkRefreshErrorPercent configuration settings.

Location

IntradocDir/config/config.cfg

Example

Used as a configuration entry:

LkRefreshErrorPercent=20

3.206 LkRefreshErrorsAllowed

Used with Link Manager functionality.

This variable sets an absolute error count for refresh processes. When the set number of errors is encountered, the refresh activity aborts. This configuration setting is not used by default.

Note:

If you choose to set a value for LkRefreshErrorsAllowed, it could override the combination of threshold and percent values. For example, if the value is less than the calculated threshold/percent value for links/errors, then the refresh activity could abort even if the number of links processed does not exceed the threshold limit. Therefore, it is recommended that you use either the LkRefreshErrorsAllowed configuration setting or the combination of the LkRefreshErrorThreshold and LkRefreshErrorPercent configuration settings.

Location

IntradocDir/config/config.cfg

Example

Used as a configuration entry:

LkRefreshErrorsAllowed=10

3.207 LkRefreshErrorThreshold

Used with Link Manager functionality.

This variable is used with LkRefreshErrorPercent to compute if the refresh activity should be aborted. When the refresh activity processes more links than the threshold value, Link Manager calculates the proportion of errors. If the number of errors exceeds the percent value, the refresh activity is aborted.

The threshold value is set to 100 by default.

Note:

If you choose to set a value for LkRefreshErrorsAllowed, it could override the combination of threshold and percent values. For example, if the value is less than the calculated threshold/percent value for links/errors, then the refresh activity could abort even if the number of links processed does not exceed the threshold limit. Therefore, it is recommended that you use either the LkRefreshErrorsAllowed configuration setting or the combination of the LkRefreshErrorThreshold and LkRefreshErrorPercent configuration settings.

Location

IntradocDir/config/config.cfg

Example

Used as a configuration entry:

LkRefreshErrorThreshold=200

3.208 LM_preferoitrendering

Provides preferoitrendering setting to htmlexport.

If LM_preferoitrendering is set to TRUE, OIT (htmlexport) uses the rendering engine included within OIT. Default is TRUE.

Location

IntradocDir/config/config.cfg

Example

LM_preferoitrendering=true

3.209 LmDefaultLayout

Defines the default layout to use (for example, Top Menus or Trays).

The default installation value is Trays.

Location

IntradocDir/config/config.cfg

Example

LmDefaultLayout=Top Menus

3.210 LmDefaultSkin

Defines the default skin to use (for example, Oracle, Oracle2).

Location

IntradocDir/config/config.cfg

Example

LmDefaultSkin=Oracle

3.211 LocaleArchiverDateFormat

Specifies the naming format for Archiver batch file subdirectories. Often used when exporting and importing with different versions of Content Server.

Default is yy-MMM-dd_HH.mm.ss_SSS. For example, 03-feb-04_15.04.14_174.

Location

IntradocDir/config/config.cfg

Example

Used as a configuration entry:

LocaleArchiverDateFormat=dd-mm-yy

3.212 LogMessagePrefix

Adds a prefix to log entries to designate which the Content Server instance is creating the entry.

There is no default value.

Location

DomainHome/ucm/cs/bin/intradoc.cfg

Example

Used as a configuration entry:

LogMessagePrefix=Master

3.213 LogName

Specifies the file name of the log file created by the Content Server Analyzer utility.

This log file will be created in the directory specified by the IdcAnalyzeLogDir setting.

Default is IdcAnalyze.log.

Location

IntradocDir/config/config.cfg

Example

As a configuration setting:

LogName=contentserver1_analyze.log

See Also

3.214 MacSupportsSignedApplets

Enables the Upload and Download Applets for Macintosh clients.

Used only when Macintosh clients are used.

When set to TRUE, Macintosh clients can use the Upload and Download Applets for checking multiple files in and out.

When set to FALSE, Macintosh clients cannot use the Upload and Download Applets.

Default is FALSE.

Location

IntradocDir/config/config.cfg

Example

Used as a configuration entry:

MacSupportsSignedApplets=true

3.215 MailServer

Defines the email server that is used to process emails.

Email support is required for workflow notifications, subscription notifications, and project notifications in Collaboration Server.

There is no default value.

Location

  • System Properties, Internet tab, Mail Server

  • Administration, Admin Server, Internet Configuration menu option, Mail Server

  • IntradocDir/config/config.cfg

Example

Used as a configuration entry:

MailServer=mail.example.com

3.216 MajorRevSeq

Defines the major sequence for revision numbers.

Returns the major revision label sequence (returns the value of the configuration setting).

Returns a string.

Default is 1-99.

Location

  • System Properties, Options tab, Major Revision Label Sequence

  • Administration, Admin Server, General Configuration menu option, Major Revision Label Sequence

  • IntradocDir/config/config.cfg

Example

As a configuration setting:

MajorRevSeq=A-Z

As script, returns the value of the configuration setting:

<$MajorRevSeq$>

See Also

3.217 MaxArchiveErrorsAllowed

Sets the number of errors after which the Archiver stops importing or exporting. Default is 50.

Usage

Location

IntradocDir/config/config.cfg

Example

Used as a configuration entry:

MaxArchiveErrorsAllowed=10

3.218 MaxCollectionSize

Defines the number of files to be passed to the Indexer in one batch.

Valid range is 1 to 65535.

A value of 2000 is recommended for large index collections. Lower values will result in inefficient indexing performance.

Returns the number of files per batch.

Default is 25.

Usage

Location

  • Repository Manager, Indexer tab, Configure, Content Items Per Indexer Batch

  • IntradocDir/config/config.cfg

Example

As a configuration setting, defines the batch size:

MaxCollectionSize=25

As script, returns the value from configuration files:

<$MaxCollectionSize$>

3.219 MaxConversionCacheSizeInMegs

Defines the maximum size of the Dynamic Converter cache, in megabytes.

When a cleanup scan is run (see DatedCacheIntervalDays), the cache is cleaned up according to this setting as follows:

  • If the Dynamic Converter cache is larger than this size, the oldest cached files (determined by last access date) are deleted until the cache is smaller than this size.

  • If the Dynamic Converter cache is smaller than this size, only files that are older than the ConversionCacheExpirationPeriodInDays and were not converted using conversion rules (forced or up front conversion) are deleted.

Default is 10,240 (10 gigabytes).

Location

IntradocDir/config/config.cfg

Example

Used as a configuration entry:

MaxConversionCacheSizeInMegs=5,000

3.220 MaxDocIndexErrors

Sets the number of errors after which the Indexer stops indexing or rebuilding.

Default is 50.

Usage

Location

IntradocDir/config/config.cfg

Example

Used as a configuration entry:

MaxDocIndexErrors=50

3.221 MaxErrorsAllowed

Sets the number of errors after which the Batch Loader stops processing records from the batch load file.

If you plan to run the Batch Loader with a large number of content items overnight, then increase the default value. If you monitor the Batch Loader with a small amount of content items, then decrease the default value.

Default is 50.

Returns value as integer.

Usage

Location

DomainHome/ucm/cs/bin/intradoc.cfg

Example

Used as a configuration entry:

MaxErrorsAllowed=50

3.222 MaxIndexableFileSize

Sets the maximum document file size that be indexed. For full-text indexing, the maximum size default is 10 MB unless changed by using this configuration variable.

The default for MaxIndexableFileSize is 10485760. If larger documents require full-text indexing, the value of MaxIndexableFileSize should be increased.

Usage

Location

IntradocDir/config/config.cfg

Example

As a configuration setting:

MaxIndexableFileSize=10485760

3.223 MaxIntegerAllowed

Sets the maximum value allowed in custom Integer metadata fields.

Location

IntradocDir/config/config.cfg

Example

As a configuration setting:

MaxIntegerAllowed=1000000

3.224 MaxNumRecursiveStepDefinitions

Specifies the maximum number of levels that recursion can be used when defining a custom conversion.

A custom conversion engine can call another conversion, but to prevent loops, this setting limits the number of levels of such calls.

Default is 6.

Location

IntradocDir/ucm/ibr/bin/config.cfg

Example

Used as a configuration entry:

MaxNumRecursiveStepDefinitions=3

3.225 MaxQueryRows

Sets the maximum number of rows that are displayed in the Repository Manager, Active Report pages, and the Work In Progress page.

Increasing this value will slow response time.

Default is 200.

Location

IntradocDir/config/config.cfg

Example

Used as a configuration entry:

MaxQueryRows=50

See Also

  • IsMaxRows in Developing with Oracle WebCenter Content

3.226 MaxRequestThreadCount

Sets the maximum number of simultaneous request threads.

Default is 100.

Location

IntradocDir/config/config.cfg

Example

Used as a configuration entry:

MaxRequestThreadCount=50

3.227 MaxResults

Sets the maximum number of content items returned from a search query using the Content Server user interface. If a search request does not specify ResultCount or if ResultCount is greater than MaxResults, MaxResults results will be requested.

Specifying a value overrides the programmed default.

There is no default value. The maximum number of results that can be returned is 200.

Usage

Location

IntradocDir/config/config.cfg

Example

Used as a configuration entry:

MaxResults=200

3.228 MaxRowsPerTableArchiveExportBatch

Set the maximum number of rows in a table to be archived before exporting Folders structure data.

The maximum number of rows in a table is unlimited. You can specify a positive number.

The default is 100000.

Note:

If MaxRowsPerTableArchiveExportBatch is not set appropriately then the following error message is displayed: csTableArchiveMaxRowExceeded

Location

IntradocDir/config/config.cfg

Example

Used as a configuration entry:

MaxRowsPerTableArchiveExportBatch=50000

3.229 MaxSavedSearchResults

Sets the maximum number of saved searches a user can make. Specifying a value overrides the default (10).

Location

IntradocDir/config/config.cfg

Example

Used as a configuration entry:

MaxSavedSearchResults=25

3.230 MaxSearchableSubfolders

Specifies the maximum number of subfolders that will be searched within a hierarchy of Contribution Folders (for example, for searching with a GET_SEARCH_RESULTS query). By default the maximum number of subfolders that will be searched is limited to 500.

Note:

Setting the environment variable to a higher value can result in a significant performance degradation and/or a query larger than the maximum limit allowed in SQL (usually 32,000), in which case the query will fail. This is why the variable exists and is set to a modest value.

Caution:

To ensure this setting remains in effect after a software update, perform one of these tasks:

  • Add or edit the setting in the IntradocDir/config/config.cfg file.

  • In the Content Server user interface, choose Administration, then Admin Server, then General Configuration, and enter the setting in the Additional Configuration Variables field.

Location

IntradocDir/components/Folders_g/folders_environment.cfg

Example

MaxSearchableSubfolders=500

3.231 MaxSearchConnections

Sets the maximum number of search connections that are open simultaneously.

This setting only applies when Content Server is configured to use OracleTextSearch for searching. It does not apply if Content Server is configured to use DATABASE.METADATA or DATABASE.FULLTEXT.

For example, if MaxSearchConnections is set to 5 and six search requests are made at the same time, the sixth request goes into a queue until one of the first five requests is completed.

Default is 10.

Usage

Location

IntradocDir/config/config.cfg

Example

Used as a configuration entry:

MaxSearchConnections=5

3.232 MaxSizeResourceFileCacheMillions

Sets the maximum size of resource files, in millions of double-byte characters.

This value limits the size of files before they are read in and parsed.

Multiply file sizes by 2.5 to get a better estimate of true size in memory.

Default is 10.

Location

IntradocDir/config/config.cfg

Example

Used as a configuration entry:

MaxSizeResourceFileCacheMillions=20

3.233 MaxStandardDatabaseResults

Sets the maximum number of users displayed.

This is valid for any applet that allows you to select users from a list.

Default is 500.

Location

IntradocDir/config/config.cfg

Example

Used as a configuration entry:

MaxStandardDatabaseResults=1000

3.234 MemoFieldSize

Defines the field size created in the database for memo fields.

Ensure that the database supports whatever size is chosen.

Default is 255 characters.

Location

IntradocDir/config/config.cfg

Example

Used as a configuration entry:

MemoFieldSize=300

See Also

3.235 MinIndexableFileSize

Sets the minimum document file size that can be indexed. For full-text indexing, the minimum size default is 5 bytes unless changed by using this configuration variable.

The default for MinIndexableFileSize is 5 bytes.

Usage

Location

IntradocDir/config/config.cfg

3.236 MinIntegerAllowed

Sets the minimum value allowed in custom Integer metadata fields.

Location

IntradocDir/config/config.cfg

Example

As a configuration setting:

MinIntegerAllowed=0

3.237 MinMemoFieldSize

Defines the size at which a custom metadata field is defined as a memo field rather than a long text field.

If the field sizes of the DocMeta table have been edited directly in the database, Content Server classifies the varchar field types by their lengths.

Default is 255 characters.

The following field type rules apply when this setting is defined.

Field Type Evaluation Rules

Text

<50

Long Text

>= 50 and < MinMemoFieldSize

Memo

>= MinMemoFieldSize

Location

IntradocDir/config/config.cfg

Example

Used as a configuration entry:

MinMemoFieldSize=300

See Also

3.238 MinorRevSeq

Defines the minor sequence for revision numbers.

Returns the minor revision label sequence (returns the value of the configuration setting).

Returns a string.

Location

  • System Properties, Options tab, Minor Revision Label Sequence

  • Administration, Admin Server, General Configuration menu option, Minor Revision Label Sequence

  • IntradocDir/config/config.cfg

Example

As a configuration setting:

MinorRevSeq=a-c

As script, returns the value of the configuration setting:

<$MinorRevSeq$>

See Also

3.239 MSPubexePath

Defines the path for the MS Publisher executable file.

Returns the path as a string.

Default is an empty string.

Location

  • Shared Inbound Refinery Configuration screen, Paths tab, MS Publisher Executable Path

  • IntradocDir/IdcRefinery/shared/idcrefinery.cfg

Example

Used as a configuration entry:

MSPubexePath=c:/Program Files/Microsoft Publisher/mspub.exe

3.240 MultiUpload

Enables the multiple file Upload Applet.

When set to TRUE, the Upload Applet is enabled so that multiple files can be zipped and checked in as a single content item.

When set to FALSE, the Upload Applet is disabled.

Default is FALSE.

Location

  • System Properties, Options tab, Enable upload applet

  • Administration, Admin Server, General Configuration menu option, Enable upload applet

  • IntradocDir/config/config.cfg

Example

As a configuration setting, enables the Upload Applet:

MultiUpload=true

As script, evaluates the condition of the Upload Applet:

<$MultiUpload$>

3.241 NeverTimeoutForcedConversionsTemplateChange

Defines whether Dynamic Converter will reconvert a file when the template or layout has changed.

When set to TRUE, files that were converted by forced or up front conversion will not be reconverted when the template or layout is changed.

If a conversion rule is changed to use a different template or layout, the normal evaluation logic is used.

Default is FALSE.

Location

IntradocDir/config/config.cfg

Example

Used as a configuration entry:

NeverTimeoutForcedConversionsTemplateChange=true

3.242 NoAutomation

Disables all automated Content Server activity.

This setting overrides the IsAutoArchiver, IsAutoQueue, and IsAutoSearch settings.

Default is FALSE.

Location

IntradocDir/config/config.cfg

Example

Used as a configuration entry:

NoAutomation=true

3.243 noInfoColumn

Defines whether to display the Info column on search results pages.

When set to TRUE, a column containing links to Content Information pages is displayed on the standard search results page.

When set to FALSE, Info links are not displayed on the standard search results page.

Default is FALSE.

Location

IntradocDir/config/config.cfg

Example

Used as a configuration entry:

noInfoColumn=1

3.244 noRevisionsColumn

Defines whether to display the Revisions column on search results pages.

When set to TRUE, a column containing links to Revision History pages is displayed on the standard search results page.

When set to FALSE, Revision History links are not displayed on the standard search results page.

Default is FALSE.

Location

IntradocDir/config/config.cfg

Example

Used as a configuration entry:

noRevisionsColumn=1

3.245 NoSearchConnectionCloseOnDocChange

Disables automatic closure of all search connections when a document has been modified (inserted, updated, or deleted).

Caution:

Setting this to TRUE may lead to incorrect search results when the system is under high stress.

When set to TRUE, search connections stay open even when a document is changed.

Default is FALSE.

Usage

Location

IntradocDir/config/config.cfg

Example

Used as a configuration entry:

NoSearchConnectionCloseOnDocChange=true

3.246 NotationForRequiredFields

Formats how a required metadata field is displayed.

When set, the required field appears with the indicated string in front of the metadata field.

The string is included in a cascading style sheet.

If StyleForRequiredFields is defined, NotationforRequiredFields will be formatted in the style defined by StyleForRequiredFields.

Parameters

The only parameter is the string.

Location

IntradocDir/config/config.cfg

Example

To set an asterisk in front of a required field:

NotationForRequiredFields=*

3.247 NotificationIntervalInDays

This configuration variable defines how often a notification query is run. Notification queries define the criteria used to search for expired content.

If NotificationIntervalInDays is not set, the default value is one day.

Location

IntradocDir/config/config.cfg

Example

NotificationIntervalInDays=3

3.248 NotificationMaximum

This configuration variable defines the maximum number of content items that will be returned by a notification query. Notification queries define the criteria used to search for expired content.

If NotificationMaximum is not set, the default value is 1000.

Location

IntradocDir/config/config.cfg

Example

NotificationMaximum=500

3.249 NotificationQuery

This setting defines criteria for the automatic query that searches for expired content.

If NotificationQuery is not set, the default value is all content that expires in the next seven days.

Parameters

There is one parameter, the query to be used. The query can be one of the following. See the EXAMPLES section for sample queries.

  • An Idoc Script query, built from Idoc Script.

  • A URL encoded query. This uses the URL displayed in the web browser address when a search is performed.

  • A plain text query which defines the search variables.

Location

IntradocDir/config/config.cfg

Example

Idoc Script Example

When used in conjunction with database indexing, the following query provides email notification for all documents that expire in seven days:

NotificationQuery=dOutDate < '<$dateCurrent(7)$>'>

URL Encoded Example

The following query returns all content expiring after August 1, 2007. The URL from the browser address line is copied, beginning with the QueryText portion:

NotificationQuery=QueryText=dOutDate+%3C+%608%2F1%2F06%60&SearchProviders= [...}

Plain Text Query

The following query returns all content expiring after August 1, 2007:

NotificationQuery=8/1/07

3.250 NotifyExtras

This configuration variable defines the users who will receive a list of expired content in addition to the authors of each content item. Notification queries define the criteria used to search for expired content.

If the NotifyExtras setting is in the config.cfg file but has no value defined, no extra notification is sent.

Location

IntradocDir/config/config.cfg

Example

NotificationExtras=jwilson, nadams

3.251 NotifyTime

This configuration variable defines the time of day the notification query is run, specified in 24-hour notation. Notification queries define the criteria used to search for expired content.

If NotifyTime is not set, the default value is midnight (00:01).

Location

IntradocDir/config/config.cfg

Example

The following example sets the time to 11:30 AM:

NotifyTime=11:30

The following example sets the time to 1:30 PM:

NotifyTime=13:30

3.252 NtlmSecurityEnabled

Enables Windows network authentication for the Content Server instance.

This option is available only when using an IIS web server.

When set to TRUE, users defined on a Windows network (NTLM) or in Active Directory can log in to the Content Server instance using their network credentials.

Default is FALSE.

Location

  • System Properties, Internet tab, Use Microsoft Security

  • Administration, Admin Server, Internet Configuration menu option, Use Microsoft Security

  • IntradocDir/config/config.cfg

  • IntradocDir/data/users/config/filter.hda

Example

Enables NTLM security:

NtlmSecurityEnabled=true

3.253 NumAdditionalRenditions

Used by the Thumbnails program to set the number of renditions of a content item.

When set to 0, thumbnails are not created on search results pages.

When set to 1, thumbnails are created on search results pages.

Default is 0.

Location

IntradocDir/config/config.cfg

Example

Used to determine if useThumbnails should be set:

<@dynamichtml searchapi_result_definitions@>
    <$if NumAdditionalRenditions and NumAdditionalRenditions > 0$>
        <$useThumbnails=1$>
    <$endif$>
<@end@>

3.254 NumConnections

Sets the number of open connections to the database. Default is 15. The default for standalone applets is 4.

This setting applies to the Content Server instance and any standalone applications and utilities, so each application will use the specified number of connections.

If your database does not allow enough connections to be open at one time, an error will occur when you attempt to start an application or utility.

To avoid this problem, you can isolate the NumConnections setting for the Content Server instance from the setting for applications and utilities as follows:

  1. Specify the NumConnections setting for the Content Server instance in the DomainHome/ucm/cs/bin/intradoc.cfg file rather than IntradocDir/config/config.cfg file.

  2. Make a copy of the DomainHome/ucm/cs/bin/ directory and give it a unique name (such as DomainHome/ucm/cs/applet_bin/).

  3. Set the NumConnections value for application and utilities in the intradoc.cfg file in the new directory (for example, NumConnections=2).

  4. Run applications and utilities from the new directory (change any scripts and shortcuts in Windows), but continue to run the Content Server instance from the DomainHome/ucm/cs/bin/ directory.

If necessary, you can create a separate directory and NumConnections setting for each application and utility.

Usage

Location

IntradocDir/config/config.cfg

Example

Used as a configuration entry:

NumConnections=10

3.255 OdbcDateFormat

Used in Content Server version 6.x to provide backward compatibility for importation of Content Server 7.x archives.

Content Server 7.x includes a millisecond data format that was not present in earlier versions. When the 6.x Archiver attempts to import the 7.x archives, the millisecond field causes an error.

Usage

Example

To add this entry to the 6.x config.cfg file:

  1. Copy the 6.x config.cfg file to another name (to save it as a backup).

  2. Edit the config.cfg file in a text editor, adding the following setting:

    OdbcDateFormat='{ts' "yyyy-MM-dd HH:mm:ss{.SSS}"'}'
    
  3. Restart the Content Server instance.

3.256 OnlyCreatorCanModifyAnnotation

Enables only the creator of an annotation or an administrator to modify or delete an annotation.

Default is FALSE.

Location

IntradocDir/config/config.cfg

Example

Used as a configuration entry:

OnlyCreatorCanModifyAnnotation=true

3.257 OpenOfficeListenerPort

Defines the socket port for the OpenOffice listener.

This setting is used by PDF Converter's OpenOffice connection string:

uno:socket,host=<OpenOfficeListenerURL>, port=<OpenOfficeListenerPort>;urp;StarOffice.ServiceManager

Default is 8100.

Location

IntradocDir/IdcRefinery/connections/main/intradoc.cfg

Example

Used as a configuration entry:

OpenOfficeListenerPort=8110

3.258 OpenOfficeListenerURL

Defines the URL (socket hostname) for the OpenOffice listener.

This setting is used by PDF Converter's OpenOffice connection string:

uno:socket,host=<OpenOfficeListenerURL>,port=<OpenOfficeListenerPort>;urp; StarOffice.ServiceManager

Default is localhost.

Location

IntradocDir/IdcRefinery/connections/main/intradoc.cfg

Example

Used as a configuration entry:

OpenOfficeListenerURL=/mycomputer/localhost

3.259 OpenOfficePath

Defines the path for the OpenOffice listener.

If PDF Converter cannot connect to the OpenOffice connection, it attempts to open the listener defined by this path.

Default is an empty string.

Location

IntradocDir/IdcRefinery/connections/main/intradoc.cfg

Example

Used as a configuration entry:

OpenOfficePath=C:\Program Files\Open Office.org.1.0.1\program\quickstart.exe

3.260 PageMakerExePath

Defines the path for the Adobe PageMaker executable file.

Returns the path as a string.

Default is an empty string.

Location

  • Shared Inbound Refinery Configuration screen, Paths tab, PageMaker Executable File Path

  • IntradocDir/IdcRefinery/shared/idcrefinery.cfg

Example

Used as a configuration entry:

PageMakerExePath=c:/Program Files/Adobe/PageMaker 6.5/pagemaker.exe

3.261 PLUGIN_DEBUG

Enables logging of events that occur inside the web server plug-in filters.

When set to TRUE, events that occur inside any plugins that understand this flag will be recorded in the following log file:

  • Apache: IntradocDir/data/users/authfilter.log

When changing this setting on Apache on the Content Server instance, only the Content Server instance must be restarted.

Default is FALSE.

Location

IntradocDir/data/users/SystemFilters.hda

Example

Used as a configuration entry:

PLUGIN_DEBUG=true

3.262 PostConversionTimeOut

Defines the default post-conversion timeout.

Returns the post-conversion timeout values.

This variable must be followed by one of these flags.

Flag Description

#factor

This value is multiplied by the file size to determine the amount of time allowed for post-conversion processing. (The resulting time is limited by the #max and #min flags.) The default value is 1. Increase this value for busy or slow systems.

#max

Specifies the maximum time in seconds that Inbound Refinery waits for any post-conversion processes to complete. The default time is 10 seconds.

#min

Specifies the minimum time in seconds that Inbound Refinery waits for any post-conversion processes to complete. The default time is 1 second.

Location

  • Shared Inbound Refinery Configuration screen, Timeout Values tab, Post PDF Production Timeout

  • IntradocDir/IdcRefinery/shared/idcrefinery.cfg

Example

Used as a configuration entry:

PostConversionTimeOut#factor=1

3.263 PostprocessPDFPath

Defines the path to an executable that is used to process PDF files after conversion.

The PDF file path is the only command line parameter.

The specified file must be a Win32 executable.

This process is invoked after the conversion to PDF and before the optimization of the PDF. Because this process is invoked once for each file that is processed by Inbound Refinery, it could also be used for other events that might need to be synchronized to the conversion of a file. If the value is not empty, Inbound Refinery will attempt to run the process.

Default is an empty string.

Location

  • Local Inbound Refinery Configuration screen, General tab, Post PDF Production Path

  • IntradocDir/IdcRefinery/connections/main/intradoc.cfg

Example

Used as a configuration entry:

PostprocessPDFPath=c:/domain/IdcRefinery/ConversionProcess/IDCWaterPost.exe

3.264 PostscriptPrinterName

Specifies the name of the printer that is used to convert files to PostScript.

This must be the name of a valid PostScript printer.

Default is IDC PDF Converter.

Location

IntradocDir/IdcRefinery/shared/idcrefinery.cfg

Example

Used as a configuration entry:

PostscriptPrinterName=Acrobat Distiller

3.265 PowerPointPrintOutput

Defines how Microsoft PowerPoint content items are converted.

When set to slide, each page of the PDF file contains one slide.

When set to notes, each page of the PDF file contains a slide with its notes.

When set to handout, each page of the PDF file contains six slides.

Default is slide.

Location

  • Local Inbound Refinery Configuration screen, Native Options tab, Convert in PowerPoint format options

  • IntradocDir/IdcRefinery/connections/main/intradoc.cfg

Example

Used as a configuration entry:

PowerPointPrintOutput=notes

3.266 PreconversionPath

Defines the path to an executable that is used to process files before conversion.

The specified file must be a Win32 executable.

Default is an empty string.

Location

  • Local Inbound Refinery Configuration screen, Legacy Conversions tab, Preconversion Path

  • DomainHome/ibr/connections/main/intradoc.cfg

Example

Used as a configuration entry:

PreconversionPath=c:/out/preconversion.bat

3.267 PreconversionWaitTime

Defines the preconversion timeout.

Returns the preconversion timeout value.

This variable must be followed by one of these flags.

Flag Description

#factor

This value is multiplied by the file size to determine the amount of time allowed for preconversion processes. (The resulting time is limited by the #max and #min flags.) The default value is 1. Increase this value for busy or slow systems.

#max

Specifies the maximum time in seconds that Inbound Refinery waits for the preconversion process to complete. The default time is 10 seconds.

#min

Specifies the minimum time in seconds that Inbound Refinery waits for the preconversion process to complete. The default time is 1 second.

Location

  • Local Inbound Refinery Configuration screen, Legacy Conversions tab, Pre-Converter Timeout

  • IntradocDir/IdcRefinery/connections/main/intradoc.cfg

Example

Used as a configuration entry:

PreconversionWaitTime#max=60

3.268 PreviewOutputExtension

Defines the file extension output from Content Publisher that is to be used in HTML Preview.

Default is HCSP.

Usage

Location

DomainHome/ucm/cs/bin/intradoc.cfg

Example

Used as a configuration entry:

PreviewOutputExtension=jsp

3.269 PreviewPath

Defines the path for HTML Preview executable.

The tcpreview.exe file resides in the Content Publisher installation directory.

Usage

Location

DomainHome/ucm/cs/bin/intradoc.cfg

Example

Used as a configuration entry:

PreviewPath=C:/Program Files/Oracle Content Publisher/tcpreview.exe

3.270 PrimaryWorkQueueTimeout

Sets the number of seconds until workflow and subscription notification emails are sent.

Set this to a lower number if you do not want emails to be delayed or if you want immediate response during debugging. Note that a small number could use a large amount of resources.

Content Server has an email message buffer of 20000 bytes. If a large number of subscription notification emails are triggered in a short period of time (for example, 40 content items with 40 subscribers each), the buffer can become overloaded and the notification emails will not be sent. The following Content Server error message indicates that the buffer was overloaded: Work queue error: Error while collating work queue (Message to append to queue 'CollatedWorkQueue' was too large.)

The limit to the total size of a subscription notification email sent is 1 GB. The total number of subscription notification emails that can be included in one email sent to n users is 1 GB divided by the size of the subscription notification email.

Default is 600 (10 minutes).

Location

IntradocDir/config/config.cfg

Example

Used as a configuration entry:

PrimaryWorkQueueTimeout=30

3.271 PrinterPortPath

Defines the location of the PostScript file created by Inbound Refinery.

This setting must match the port setting of the printer used by Inbound Refinery.

Default is c:/temp/idcoutput.ps.

Location

IntradocDir/IdcRefinery/shared/idcrefinery.cfg

Example

Used as a configuration entry:

PrinterPortPath=c:/temp/idcrefinery/idcoutput.ps

3.272 Priority

Specifies the order in which LDAP providers will be checked for the user credentials.

This variable is used only when a user has not previously logged into the Content Server instance. If the user has previously requested credentials, the SourcePath will be stored for that user, so the LDAP provider specified by the Source Path will be used.

Each LDAP provider in the Content Server instance must have a unique Priority number.

Default is 1.

Location

  • Add/Edit LDAP Provider page, Priority

  • IntradocDir/data/providers/provider_name/provider.hda

Example

Used as a configuration entry:

Priority=2

3.273 ProcessExcelUrlHyperlinks

Enables the processing of URL hyperlinks in Microsoft Excel content items.

  • When set to TRUE, URL hyperlinks in Excel files are processed.

  • When set to FALSE, URL hyperlinks in Excel files are not processed.

Default is FALSE.

Location

  • Local Inbound Refinery Configuration screen, Native Options tab, Process Excel URL links

  • IntradocDir/IdcRefinery/connections/main/intradoc.cfg

Example

Used as a configuration entry:

ProcessExcelUrlHyperlinks=true

3.274 ProcessInDesignBookMarks

Enables the conversion of internal document links in Adobe InDesign content items.

  • When set to TRUE, internal document links in Adobe InDesign files are processed.

  • When set to FALSE, internal document links in Adobe InDesign files are not processed.

Default is TRUE.

Usage

Location

IntradocDir/IdcRefinery/connections/main/intradoc.cfg

Example

Used as a configuration entry:

ProcessInDesignBookmarks=false

3.275 ProcessInDesignHyperlinks

Enables the conversion of URL links in Adobe InDesign content items.

  • When set to TRUE, URL links in Adobe InDesign files are processed.

  • When set to FALSE, URL links in Adobe InDesign files are not processed.

Default is TRUE.

Usage

Location

IntradocDir/IdcRefinery/connections/main/intradoc.cfg

Example

Used as a configuration entry:

ProcessInDesignHyperlinks=false

3.276 ProcessInDesignInternalPDFThumbnail

Enables the creation of PDF page thumbnails when converting Adobe InDesign content items.

  • When set to TRUE, the PDF file will include page thumbnails.

  • When set to FALSE, the PDF file will not include page thumbnails.

This setting does not affect the creation of thumbnails on search results pages.

Default is TRUE.

Usage

Location

IntradocDir/IdcRefinery/connections/main/intradoc.cfg

Example

Used as a configuration entry:

ProcessInDesignInternalPDFThumbnail=false

3.277 ProcessInDesignLinkUpdate

Enables an update of all links in Adobe InDesign content items before conversion.

  • When set to TRUE, links in Adobe InDesign files are updated before conversion. If linked objects are not available, the conversion will fail.

  • When set to FALSE, links in Adobe InDesign files are not updated before conversion.

Default is FALSE.

Location

IntradocDir/IdcRefinery/connections/main/intradoc.cfg

Example

Used as a configuration entry:

ProcessInDesignLinkUpdate=true

3.278 ProcessInDesignPDFCompatibility50

Sets the version of the PDF files that PDF Converter produces from Adobe InDesign content items.

  • When set to TRUE, PDF Converter produces PDF version 1.4 (Acrobat 5.0 compatible) files from Adobe InDesign files.

  • When set to FALSE, PDF Converter produces PDF version 1.3 (Acrobat 4.0 compatible) files from Adobe InDesign files.

Default is FALSE.

Usage

Location

IntradocDir/IdcRefinery/connections/main/intradoc.cfg

Example

Used as a configuration entry:

ProcessInDesignPDFCompatibility50=true

3.279 ProcessPowerpointHyperlinks

Enables the processing of hyperlinks in Microsoft PowerPoint content items.

  • When set to TRUE and the PowerPointPrintOutput setting is set to SLIDE, the following hyperlinks in PowerPoint files are processed:

    • URL links

    • Next slide

    • Previous slide

  • When set to FALSE, hyperlinks in PowerPoint files are not processed.

If the PowerPointPrintOutput setting is set to NOTES or HANDOUT, hyperlinks in PowerPoint files are not processed.

Default is FALSE.

Location

  • Local Inbound Refinery Configuration screen, Native Options tab, Process PowerPoint Hyperlinks

  • IntradocDir/IdcRefinery/connections/main/intradoc.cfg

Example

Used as a configuration entry:

ProcessPowerpointHyperlinks=true

3.280 ProcessVisioInternalHyperlinks

Enables the conversion of internal hyperlinks in Microsoft Visio content items.

  • When set to TRUE, internal hyperlinks in Visio files are processed.

  • When set to FALSE, internal hyperlinks in Visio files are not processed.

Default is FALSE.

Location

  • Local Inbound Refinery Configuration screen, Native Options tab, Process internal Visio links

  • IntradocDir/IdcRefinery/connections/main/intradoc.cfg

Example

Used as a configuration entry:

ProcessVisioInternalHyperlinks=true

3.281 ProcessVisioUrlHyperlinks

Enables the conversion of URL links in Microsoft Visio content items.

  • When set to TRUE, URL links in Visio files are processed.

  • When set to FALSE, URL links in Visio files are not processed.

Default is FALSE.

Usage

Location

  • Local Inbound Refinery Configuration screen, Native Options tab, Process Visio URL links

  • IntradocDir/IdcRefinery/connections/main/intradoc.cfg

Example

Used as a configuration entry:

ProcessVisioUrlHyperlinks=true

3.282 ProcessWordBookMarks

Enables the conversion of page reference bookmarks in Microsoft Word content items.

  • When set to TRUE, page reference bookmarks in Microsoft Word files are converted to PDF bookmarks. (All other types of bookmarks are ignored.)

  • When set to FALSE, bookmarks in Microsoft Word files are not processed.

Default is TRUE.

Location

  • Local Inbound Refinery Configuration screen, Native Options tab, Process document bookmarks

  • IntradocDir/IdcRefinery/connections/main/intradoc.cfg

Example

Used as a configuration entry:

ProcessWordBookMarks=false

3.283 ProcessWordComments

Enables the conversion of comments in Microsoft Word content items to PDF notes.

  • When set to TRUE, comments in Microsoft Word files are converted to PDF notes.

  • When set to FALSE, comments in Microsoft Word files are not processed.

Default is FALSE.

Location

  • Local Inbound Refinery Configuration screen, Native Options tab, Process document comments to PDF notes

  • IntradocDir/IdcRefinery/connections/main/intradoc.cfg

Example

Used as a configuration entry:

ProcessWordComments=true

3.284 ProcessWordEmailLinks

Enables the conversion of email hyperlinks in Microsoft Word content items.

  • The ProcessWordUrlHyperlinks setting must be TRUE for this setting to be valid.

  • When set to TRUE, email hyperlinks in Microsoft Word files are processed.

  • When set to FALSE, email hyperlinks in Microsoft Word files are not processed.

Default is FALSE.

Location

  • Local Inbound Refinery Configuration screen, Native Options tab, Process mailto links

  • IntradocDir/IdcRefinery/connections/main/intradoc.cfg

Example

Used as a configuration entry:

ProcessWordEmailLinks=true

3.285 ProcessWordFootEndNote

Enables the conversion of footnotes and endnotes in Microsoft Word content items to hyperlinks.

  • When set to TRUE, footnotes and endnotes in Microsoft Word files are converted to hyperlinks.

  • When set to FALSE, footnotes and endnotes in Microsoft Word files are not processed.

Default is FALSE.

Location

  • Local Inbound Refinery Configuration screen, Native Options tab, Process document links to footnotes and endnotes

  • IntradocDir/IdcRefinery/connections/main/intradoc.cfg

Example

Used as a configuration entry:

ProcessWordFootEndNote=true

3.286 ProcessWordHeadings

Enables the conversion of standard headings in Microsoft Word content items to PDF bookmarks.

  • When set to TRUE, standard heading paragraph styles (Heading 1 through Heading 9 and any custom styles based on these standard styles) in Microsoft Word files are converted to PDF bookmarks.

  • If a table of contents has already been processed using the ProcessWordToc setting, then this setting is ignored and headings will not be converted to bookmarks.

  • When set to FALSE, heading styles in Microsoft Word files are not processed.

Default is TRUE.

Location

  • Local Inbound Refinery Configuration screen, Native Options tab, Process heading styles to PDF bookmarks

  • IntradocDir/IdcRefinery/connections/main/intradoc.cfg

Example

Used as a configuration entry:

ProcessWordHeadings=false

3.287 ProcessWordHyperlinks

Enables the conversion of hyperlinks in Microsoft Word content items.

  • When set to TRUE, all types of hyperlinks in Microsoft Word files are processed.

  • When set to FALSE, hyperlinks in Microsoft Word files are not processed.

Default is TRUE.

Location

IntradocDir/IdcRefinery/connections/main/intradoc.cfg

Example

Used as a configuration entry:

ProcessWordHyperlinks=true

3.288 ProcessWordToc

Enables the conversion of tables of contents in Microsoft Word content items to PDF bookmarks.

  • When set to TRUE, tables of contents entries that are automatically generated in Microsoft Word files are converted to PDF bookmarks.

  • When set to FALSE, tables of contents in Microsoft Word files are not processed. (However, if the table of contents entries have hyperlinks, they will be processed according to the ProcessWordUrlHyperlinks setting.)

Default is FALSE.

Location

  • Local Inbound Refinery Configuration screen, Native Options tab, Process Table of Contents to PDF bookmarks

  • IntradocDir/IdcRefinery/connections/main/intradoc.cfg

Example

Used as a configuration entry:

ProcessWordToc=true

3.289 ProcessWordUrlHyperlinks

Enables the conversion of URL hyperlinks in Microsoft Word content items.

  • When set to TRUE, URL hyperlinks in Microsoft Word files are processed.

  • When set to FALSE, URL hyperlinks in Microsoft Word files are not processed.

Default is TRUE.

Location

  • Local Inbound Refinery Configuration screen, Native Options tab, Process URL links

  • IntradocDir/IdcRefinery/connections/main/intradoc.cfg

Example

Used as a configuration entry:

ProcessWordUrlHyperlinks=false

3.290 ProviderClass

Specifies the name of a Java class that implements the provider.

The default depends on the type of provider:

Provider Type Default Value

Outgoing

intradoc.provider.SocketOutgoingProvider

Database

intradoc.jdbc.JdbcWorkspace

Incoming

intradoc.provider.SocketIncomingProvider

Preview

intradoc.provider.SocketOutgoingProvider

Ldapuser

intradoc.provider.LdapUserProvider

Location

  • Add/Edit Provider pages, Provider Class

  • IntradocDir/data/providers/provider_name/provider.hda

Example

Used as a configuration entry:

ProviderConnection=intradoc.provider.SocketOutgoingProvider

3.291 ProviderConfig

Specifies the name of a Java class that performs some extra configuration for a provider.

This setting is most useful for database providers, where the connection classes are already providers.

There is no default.

Location

  • Add/Edit Provider pages, Configuration Class

  • IntradocDir/data/providers/provider_name/provider.hda

Example

Used as a configuration entry:

ProviderConfig=intradoc.provider.CustomClass

3.292 ProviderConnection

Specifies the name of a Java class that implements the provider connection.

The default depends on the type of provider:

Provider Type Default Value

Outgoing

intradoc.provider.SocketOutgoingConnection

Database

intradoc.jdbc.JdbcConnection

Incoming

intradoc.provider.SocketIncomingConnection

Preview

intradoc.provider.SocketOutgoingConnection

Ldapuser

intradoc.provider.LdapConnection

Location

  • Add/Edit Provider pages, Connection Class

  • IntradocDir/data/providers/provider_name/provider.hda

Example

Used as a configuration entry:

ProviderConnection=intradoc.provider.SocketOutgoingConnection

3.293 ProviderCredentialsMap

Specifies the name of a Credentials Map for use with JpsUserProvider.

There is no default.

Location

  • IntradocDir/data/providers/jpsuserprovider/provider.hda

Example

Used as a configuration entry. Add the line before the @end line in the file. The last lines of the file should look similar to:

SourcePath=jpsuser
ProviderClass=idc.provider.jps.JpsUserProvider
ProviderCredentialsMap=name_of_map
@end

3.294 ProviderDir

Defines the path to the providers/ directory.

Default is DomainHome/ucm/cs/data/providers/.

Location

IntradocDir/config/config.cfg

Example

As a configuration setting:

ProviderDir=c:/domain/data/providers

3.295 ProviderType

Specifies the type of provider.

The following provider types are available:

Provider Type Value

Outgoing

outgoing

Database

database

Incoming

incoming

Preview

preview

Ldapuser

ldapuser

Location

IntradocDir/data/providers/provider_name/provider.hda

Example

Used as a configuration entry:

ProviderType=ldapuser

3.296 pucDefaultTime

Specifies how the time is entered into the date/time fields when using the pop-up calendar. If this option is not set, the time defaults to midnight of the selected date.

This is a string value which can be set in the following ways:

  • current: sets the time equivalent to the client computer's clock.

  • any time, expressed in the system locale format. Missing values are interpreted as a zero. Missing AM/PM designations are interpreted as using 24-hour format. For example, 1:15 PM, 01:15 PM, and 13:15 are interpreted the same within a system locale that designates AM and PM.

Location

IntradocDir/config/config.cfg

Example

pucDefaultTime=current

3.297 pucEnableOnSearch

If set to TRUE, specifies if the pop-up calendar is available on a search page. If set to FALSE, disables the pop-up calendar on the search page.

The default is TRUE.

Location

IntradocDir/config/config.cfg

Example

pucEnableOnSearch=false

3.298 pucHideTimeInDateFields

Specifies if date fields display only the date or the date and time.

  • If set to TRUE, disables the display of the time in a date field and forces the Content Server instance to parse the check-in time as midnight of the selected date, regardless of how pucDefaultTime is set.

  • If set to false, displays the time in a date field.

The default is FALSE.

Location

IntradocDir/config/config.cfg

Example

pucHideTimeInDateFields=true

See Also

3.299 pucUseMonthLocale

Determines how the month names are displayed in the pop-up calendar.

This is a string value which can be set in the following ways:

  • short: truncates the month name based on user locale. For example, January is truncated to Jan, February to Feb, and so on.

  • long: displays the full month name based on user locale.

Default is long.

Example

pucUseMonthLocale=short

3.300 pucUseWeekdayLocale

Determines how the day names are displayed in the pop-up calendar.

This is a string value which can be set in the following ways:

  • 1char: uses the first letter of the day. Note that this starts with the numeral '1', not a lower-case 'L'.

  • short: uses two characters to represent the day name.

  • medium: uses the standard three-character day names

  • long: displays the full name based on user locale.

Default is long.

Example

pucUseWeekdayLocale=short

3.301 pucXOffset

Specifies the horizontal location of the pop-up calendar on the page in pixels, relative to the default position. This is a value set as an integer. The default is 0.

Example

pucXOffset=10

See Also

3.302 pucYOffset

Specifies the vertical location of the pop-up calendar on the page in pixels, relative to the default position. This is a value set as an integer. The default is 0.

Example

pucYOffset=10

See Also

3.303 pucZIndex

Specifies the z-ordering object position of the pop-up calendar layer. The larger the number, the higher the placement within the page layer positions. Use a positive number greater than any other z-index style attribute specified on the page to ensure the calendar is displayed over other elements.

This is specified as an integer value. Default is 0.

Example

pucZIndex=10

3.304 QueueDir

Defines the path to the working directory for the Inbound Refinery queue.

Location

IntradocDir/config/config.cfg

Example

As a configuration setting:

QueueDir=x:/domain_refinery/

3.305 RecordsManagementDenyAuthorFreePassOnRMSecurity

When a content item is placed in an ACL-restricted Contribution Folder (RW recordsmanager alias), users have only RW access, except for the author who can delete the item. Setting this configuration variable to true disallows deletion of the item by the author, restricting the author to only RW access.

  • If set to TRUE, authors are not allowed to delete content they authored.

  • If set to FALSE, authors are allowed to delete content they authored.

The default is FALSE.

Restart WebCenter Content for this setting to take effect.

Caution:

To ensure this setting remains in effect after a software update, perform one of these tasks:

  • Add or edit the setting in the IntradocDir/config/config.cfg file.

  • In the Content Server user interface, choose Administration, then Admin Server, then General Configuration, and enter the setting in the Additional Configuration Variables field.

Usage

Location

wccontent/ucm/idc/components/RecordsManagement/records_management_environment.cfg

Example

Used as a configuration entry:

RecordsManagementDenyAuthorFreePassOnRMSecurity=true

3.306 RecordsManagementNumberOverwriteOnDelete

Sets the number of disk scrubbing passes used for a destroy action.

The default is 2.

Restart WebCenter Content for this setting to take effect.

Caution:

To ensure this setting remains in effect after a software update, perform one of these tasks:

  • Add or edit the setting in the IntradocDir/config/config.cfg file.

  • In the Content Server user interface, choose Administration, then Admin Server, then General Configuration, and enter the setting in the Additional Configuration Variables field.

Usage

Location

wccontent/ucm/idc/components/RecordsManagement/records_management_environment.cfg

Example

Used as a configuration entry:

RecordsManagementNumberOverwriteOnDelete=4

3.307 RedirectHostsFilter

Used to indicate a filter of allowed redirect hosts. The current host is added to this filter by default.

Use a pipe character | to separate multiple addresses. Make sure there are no spaces on either side of the pipe.

Use wildcards to indicate groups of addresses (* for zero or more characters, ? for a single character).

Default is the URL of the local host.

Location

  • System Properties, Server tab, IP Address Filter

  • IntradocDir/config/config.cfg

Example

Used as a configuration entry:

RedirectHostsFilter=*.google.com|www.cnn.com

3.308 RequestAuditAdditionalVerboseFieldsList

Used with verbose tracing when the Request Audit trace is activated.

The Request Audit trace appears on the System Audit Information page. This trace creates two separate summaries calculated over two different time intervals. The trace calculates the number of service requests and length of time to perform the requests. After a summary is reported for the specified interval the values are reset and the cumulative totals and averages are computed again for the next interval period.

This configuration variable is a comma-delimited list of additional fields to display when reporting information about the request.

Usage

Location

IntradocDir/config/config.cfg

Example

RequestAuditAdditionalVerboseFieldsList=xComment,dDocType

3.309 RequestAuditIntervalSeconds1

Used to specify the short audit interval for the Request Audit trace.

The Request Audit trace appears on the System Audit Information page. This trace creates two separate summaries calculated over two different time intervals. The trace calculates the number of service requests and length of time to perform the requests. After a summary is reported for the specified interval the values are reset and the cumulative totals and averages are computed again for the next interval period.

Specify the value in seconds.

The default value is 120 seconds (2 minutes).

Usage

Location

IntradocDir/config/config.cfg

Example

RequestAuditIntervalSeconds1=240

3.310 RequestAuditIntervalSeconds2

Used to specify the long audit interval for the Request Audit trace.

The Request Audit trace appears on the System Audit Information page. This trace creates two separate summaries calculated over two different time intervals. The trace calculates the number of service requests and length of time to perform the requests. After a summary is reported for the specified interval period the values are reset and the cumulative totals and averages are computed again for the next interval period.

Specify the value in seconds.

The default value is 3600 seconds (1 hour).

Usage

Location

IntradocDir/config/config.cfg

Example

RequestAuditIntervalSeconds2=7200

3.311 RequestAuditListDepth1

Used to specify the number of services to present in the Request Audit trace.

This configuration value applies only to the short audit period.

The Request Audit trace appears on the System Audit Information page. This trace creates two separate summaries calculated over two different time intervals. The trace calculates the number of service requests and length of time to perform the requests.

This variable is used to specify the number of services to present from a sorted list of requests. The list is sorted in descending order by elapsed time consumed.

The default value is 5.

Usage

Location

IntradocDir/config/config.cfg

Example

RequestAuditListDepth1=7

3.312 RequestAuditListDepth2

Used to specify the number of services to present in the Request Audit trace.

This configuration value applies only to the long audit period.

The Request Audit trace appears on the System Audit Information page. This trace creates two separate summaries calculated over two different time intervals. The trace calculates the number of requests and length of time to perform the requests.

This variable is used to specify the number of services to present. The list is sorted in descending order by elapsed time consumed.

The default value is 20.

Usage

Location

IntradocDir/config/config.cfg

Example

RequestAuditListDepth2=25

3.313 RequestAuditSubClassificationField

Used to specify an internal field, usually a metadata field for documents, whose value is appended to the service name in order to differentiate the name in the Request Audit list.

The Request Audit trace appears on the System Audit Information page. This trace creates two separate summaries calculated over two different time intervals. The trace calculates the number of service requests and length of time to perform the requests.

In some cases, the service name does not create an adequate breakdown of the different types of requests. This entry helps to differentiate the types of entries.

Usage

Location

IntradocDir/config/config.cfg

Example

RequestAuditSubClassificationField=xDepartment

3.314 ResultsTitle

Defines a title for the search results page.

This variable is used by the Web Layout Editor to name the search results page and display a heading at the top of that page.

Output

Returns the page title as a string.

Example

As an HDA entry, names the search results page:

@Properties LocalData
ResultsTitle=Content Items
@end

As a script, returns the defined name:

<$if ResultsTitle$>ResultsTitle=<$url(ResultsTitle)$>

3.315 RmaAddDocWhereClauseForScreening

Allows users with the Oracle WebCenter Content: Records Administrator role to screen for frozen items to which they do not have access (through ACLs) on the screening page or the Freeze Information Page.

  • If set to FALSE, frozen items can be screened.

  • If set to TRUE, frozen items cannot be screened.

The default is FALSE.

Restart WebCenter Content for this setting to take effect.

Caution:

To ensure this setting remains in effect after a software update, perform one of these tasks:

  • Add or edit the setting in the IntradocDir/config/config.cfg file.

  • In the Content Server user interface, choose Administration, then Admin Server, then General Configuration, and enter the setting in the Additional Configuration Variables field.

Usage

Location

wccontent/ucm/idc/components/RecordsManagement/records_management_environment.cfg

Example

Used as a configuration entry:

RmaAddDocWhereClauseForScreening=true

3.316 RmaAllowKeepOrDestroyMetadataOption

This variable enables the option to keep or destroy metadata when using the following disposition actions: Delete All Revisions, Accession, Archive, Move, and Transfer.

  • If set to TRUE, enables the use of the keep/destroy option.

  • If set to FALSE, disables the use of this option.

Restart WebCenter Content for this setting to take effect.

Caution:

To ensure this setting remains in effect after a software update, perform one of these tasks:

  • Add or edit the setting in the IntradocDir/config/config.cfg file.

  • In the Content Server user interface, choose Administration, then Admin Server, then General Configuration, and enter the setting in the Additional Configuration Variables field.

Usage

Location

wccontent/ucm/idc/components/RecordsManagement/records_management_environment.cfg

Example

Used as a configuration entry:

RmaAllowKeepOrDestroyMetadataOption=true

3.317 RmaEnableFilePlan

This variable enables File Plan Contribution Folder structure functionality.

  • If set to FALSE, disables the Contribution Folder structure used with MoReq2 (Model Requirements for the Management of Electronic Records) file plans.

  • If set to TRUE, enables Contribution Folder structure for use with MoReq2 file plans.

The default is FALSE.

Restart WebCenter Content for this setting to take effect.

Caution:

To ensure this setting remains in effect after a software update, perform one of these tasks:

  • Add or edit the setting in the IntradocDir/config/config.cfg file.

  • In the Content Server user interface, choose Administration, then Admin Server, then General Configuration, and enter the setting in the Additional Configuration Variables field.

Usage

Location

wccontent/ucm/idc/components/RecordsManagement/records_management_environment.cfg

Example

Used as a configuration entry:

RmaEnableFilePlan=true

3.318 RmaEnableFixedClones

This variable enables the fixed clone functionality, which allows the creation of record clones of content revisions.

  • If set to FALSE, enables fixed clone functionality.

  • If set to TRUE, disables fixed clone functionality.

Restart WebCenter Content for this setting to take effect.

Caution:

To ensure this setting remains in effect after a software update, perform one of these tasks:

  • Add or edit the setting in the IntradocDir/config/config.cfg file.

  • In the Content Server user interface, choose Administration, then Admin Server, then General Configuration, and enter the setting in the Additional Configuration Variables field.

Usage

Location

wccontent/ucm/idc/components/RecordsManagement/records_management_environment.cfg

Example

Used as a configuration entry:

RmaEnableFixedClones=false

3.319 RmaEnablePostFilterOnScreening

This variable enables additional security on screening results. If a user does not have appropriate security for an item in a screening result list, that item is hidden from view.

  • If set to TRUE, enables filtering on screening results.

  • If set to FALSE, disables additional security on screening results.

The default is TRUE.

Restart WebCenter Content for this setting to take effect.

Caution:

To ensure this setting remains in effect after a software update, perform one of these tasks:

  • Add or edit the setting in the IntradocDir/config/config.cfg file.

  • In the Content Server user interface, choose Administration, then Admin Server, then General Configuration, and enter the setting in the Additional Configuration Variables field.

Usage

Location

wccontent/ucm/idc/components/RecordsManagement/records_management_environment.cfg

Example

Used as a configuration entry:

RmaEnablePostFilterOnScreening=false

3.320 RmaFilePlanVolumePrefix and RmaFilePlanVolumeSuffix

These variables are used to define the naming convention for volumes. The usual convention is prefix+timestamp+suffix. Use these variables to define the prefix and suffix. If neither is defined, a prefix of volume_ is used by default.

  • RmaFilePlanVolumePrefix=value: Sets the prefix used to value.

  • RmaFilePlanVolumeSuffix=value: Sets the suffix used to value.

Restart WebCenter Content for this setting to take effect.

Caution:

To ensure this setting remains in effect after a software update, perform one of these tasks:

  • Add or edit the setting in the IntradocDir/config/config.cfg file.

  • In the Content Server user interface, choose Administration, then Admin Server, then General Configuration, and enter the setting in the Additional Configuration Variables field.

Usage

Location

wccontent/ucm/idc/components/RecordsManagement/records_management_environment.cfg

3.321 RmaFixedClonesTitleSuffix

This variable sets the suffix that is automatically appended to a fixed clone content item.

Default: RmaFixedClonesTitleSuffix=fixed_clone

Restart WebCenter Content for this setting to take effect.

Caution:

To ensure this setting remains in effect after a software update, perform one of these tasks:

  • Add or edit the setting in the IntradocDir/config/config.cfg file.

  • In the Content Server user interface, choose Administration, then Admin Server, then General Configuration, and enter the setting in the Additional Configuration Variables field.

Usage

Location

wccontent/ucm/idc/components/RecordsManagement/records_management_environment.cfg

3.322 RMAHideExternalFieldsFromCheckInUpdate

Use this variable to hide external fields on the Checkin and Update pages.

  • If set to TRUE, hides external fields on the Checkin and Update pages.

  • If set to FALSE, displays external fields on the Checkin and Update pages.

The default is TRUE.

Restart WebCenter Content for this variable to take effect.

Caution:

To ensure this setting remains in effect after a software update, perform one of these tasks:

  • Add or edit the setting in the IntradocDir/config/config.cfg file.

  • In the Content Server user interface, choose Administration, then Admin Server, then General Configuration, and enter the setting in the Additional Configuration Variables field.

Usage

Location

wccontent/ucm/idc/components/RecordsManagement/records_management_environment.cfg

Example

Used as a configuration entry:

RMAHideExternalFieldsFromCheckInUpdate=false

3.323 RMAHideExternalFieldsFromSearchInfo

Specifies whether to hide external fields on the Search and Content Information pages. The default is TRUE.

  • If set to TRUE, hides external fields on the Search and Content Information pages.

  • If set to FALSE, displays external fields on the Search and Content Information pages.

The default is TRUE.

Restart WebCenter Content for this setting to take effect.

Caution:

To ensure this setting remains in effect after a software update, perform one of these tasks:

  • Add or edit the setting in the IntradocDir/config/config.cfg file.

  • In the Content Server user interface, choose Administration, then Admin Server, then General Configuration, and enter the setting in the Additional Configuration Variables field.

Usage

Location

wccontent/ucm/idc/components/RecordsManagement/records_management_environment.cfg

Example

Used as a configuration entry:

RMAHideExternalFieldsFromSearchInfo=false

3.324 RmaNotifyDispReviewerAndCatAuthor

Controls who is notified when events are triggered by a disposition rule.

  • If set to TRUE, both the specified notification reviewer and the original category author receive email notifications of the event.

  • If set to FALSE, only the category author receives email.

The default is TRUE.

Restart WebCenter Content for this setting to take effect.

Caution:

To ensure this setting remains in effect after a software update, perform one of these tasks:

  • Add or edit the setting in the IntradocDir/config/config.cfg file.

  • In the Content Server user interface, choose Administration, then Admin Server, then General Configuration, and enter the setting in the Additional Configuration Variables field.

Usage

Location

wccontent/ucm/idc/components/RecordsManagement/records_management_environment.cfg

Example

Used as a configuration entry:

RmaNotifyDispReviewerAndCatAuthor=false

3.325 RmaNotifyReviewerAndAlternateReviewer

Controls if an alternate user can perform review actions and process assigned disposition events.

  • If set to TRUE, both the original user and the alternative reviewer receive email notifications about the action.

  • If set to FALSE, only the alternative reviewer receives email.

The default is TRUE.

Restart WebCenter Content for this setting to take effect.

Caution:

To ensure this setting remains in effect after a software update, perform one of these tasks:

  • Add or edit the setting in the IntradocDir/config/config.cfg file.

  • In the Content Server user interface, choose Administration, then Admin Server, then General Configuration, and enter the setting in the Additional Configuration Variables field.

Usage

Location

wccontent/ucm/idc/components/RecordsManagement/records_management_environment.cfg

Example

Used as a configuration entry:

RmaNotifyReviewerAndAlternateReviewer=false

3.326 rule:IsFragmentOnly

Specifies that a particular forced conversion rule creates a fragment in Dynamic Converter.

Fragments are pieces of content that will be included in another content item. Fragments generally do not include <HTML> or <BODY> tags, and are not intended to be viewed by themselves.

When this variable is set to 1, the specified forced conversion rule converts files to fragments.

The specified forced conversion rule must be included in the ForcedConversionRules setting.

There is no default.

Location

IntradocDir/config/config.cfg

Example

Specifies that the RuleA forced conversion rule converts files to fragments:

RuleA:IsFragmentOnly=1
ForcedConversionRules=RuleA

3.327 SceUseNativeInDataFeeds

The SESCrawlerExport component generates RSS feeds from its internal indexer. SceUseNativeInDataFeeds enables the SESCrawlerExport component to select a web viewable file or a native file for indexing.

  • If set to TRUE, the native file is indexed in the RSS feeds.

  • If set to FALSE, the web viewable file is indexed in the RSS feeds.

The default is FALSE.

Location

IntradocDir/config/config.cfg

Example

Specifies that a native file is indexed in the RSS feeds:

SceUseNativeInDataFeeds=true

3.328 SchemaAllowRecursiveFileMove

If set to TRUE, enables the ability to move files on UNIX systems on an individual basis from a schema publishing location into the production location. This allows swapping of the schema directory into its production directory.

Usage

Location

IntradocDir/config/config.cfg

Example

SchemaAllowRecursiveFileMove=true

3.329 SchemaBuildDigestFile

If set to TRUE, builds a file containing digests of all the files published. Setting this to TRUE increases the time required to publish schema.

Usage

Location

IntradocDir/config/config.cfg

Example

SchemaBuildDigestFile=true

3.330 SchemaPublishCheckInterval

Establishes the interval between checks for non-subject-driven schema publishing requests.

This is triggered if the IntradocDir/data/schema/publishlock/publish.dat file is accessed.

Specify the value in seconds.

Default is 120 seconds (two minutes).

Change this setting if there is an external program that modifies data in schema-managed tables and which accesses the file IntradocDir/data/schema/publishlock/publish.dat.

On a development server, use a low value to ensure prompt publishing (for example, SchemaPublishCheckInterval=2).

Lowering the default value on a production server may cause performance problems.

Usage

Location

IntradocDir/config/config.cfg

Example

To set this interval for 10 minutes, use the following:

SchemaPublishCheckInterval=600

3.331 SchemaPublishInterval

The interval between unprovoked schema operations (that is, operations that are not caused by an event).

Specify this value in seconds.

Default is 14400 (four hours).

SchemaPublisher will usually publish at least once during this interval.

On a development server, use a low value to ensure prompt publishing (for example, SchemaPublishInterval=30).

Lowering the default value on a production server may cause performance problems.

Usage

Location

IntradocDir/config/config.cfg

Example

To set this interval to one week, use the following:

SchemaPublishInterval=604800

3.332 SchemaPublishMaximumInterval

The maximum amount of time between automatic schema publishing cycles.

Specify this value in seconds.

Default is 86400 (one day).

On a development server, set a low value to ensure prompt publishing (for example, SchemaPublishMaximumInterval=30).

Lowering the default value on a production server may cause performance problems.

Usage

Location

IntradocDir/config/config.cfg

Example

To specify this value as four hours, use the following:

SchemaPublishMaximumInterval=14400

3.333 SchemaPublishMinimumInterval

The minimum amount of time between automatic schema publishing cycles.

Specify this value in seconds.

Default is four seconds.

Usage

Location

IntradocDir/config/config.cfg

Example

SchemaPublishMinimumInterval=8

3.334 SchemaPublishRenameRetryInitialInterval

Specifies the delay before retrying a rename operation.

The rename operation involves renaming of the schema directory to schema.old or the schema.work directory to schema.

After a failed retry, the delay value is doubled.

If SchemaPublishRenameRetryIterations is reached, the publishing operation fails.

Specify the value in milliseconds.

The default value is 100 milliseconds.

This affects behavior on Windows systems only.

Usage

Location

IntradocDir/config/config.cfg

Example

SchemaPublishRenameRetryInitialInterval=50

3.335 SchemaPublishRenameRetryIterations

Specifies the number of times a rename operation will be tried.

This affects operations on Windows systems only.

The operation involves renaming of the schema directory to schema.old or the schema.work directory to schema.

Usage

Location

IntradocDir/config/config.cfg

Example

SchemaPublishRenameRetryIterations=6

3.336 SchemaPublishRetryInterval

Specifies the delay introduced after SchemaPublisher fails to publish the schema.

This delay prevents the SchemaPublisher from continually starting and failing.

After a failed retry, this value is doubled but is never larger than the value of SchemaPublishRetryIntervalMax.

When publishin