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Docs tagged "Administration"

Contained topics: Checking Repository Statistics, User Management, Mapping Roles on CMIS Repositories, LDAP Configuration, WOPI Sessions (Cache), Checking Conversion Health Status, ...

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Checking Repository Statistics

Each repository has its own statistics page, providing data about stored contents and cached documents. You can access this page from the Administration area, as shown below:...
Administration Monitoring

User Management

This page explains how to create users, user groups, how to assign roles to users and groups, and how to set access rights for custom roles....
Administration

Mapping Roles on CMIS Repositories

When connecting to a CMIS repository with ADx, you might want to ensure that ADx users have the correct privileges when working with the external repository. This is where role mapping becomes necessary. This page explains how to map ADx roles to external roles on CMIS and Documentum repositories....
Administration

LDAP Configuration

ADx can be linked to an LDAP system (e.g. OpenLDAP or ActiveDirectory) to have access to the configured users/groups/roles. It needs to be setup via runtime properties at deployment time (for setting up LDAP integration initially, ...
Administration

WOPI Sessions (Cache)

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Administration Cache

Checking Conversion Health Status

Administrators have access to the Conversion Health page, showing important information related to the health of your Conversion instance. If any of the tests are red, contact your support team. To get an idea on how to access Conversion Health page, watch the video below:...
Administration Monitoring

Understanding Access Control in ADx

ADx enabels you to control:who can access contents and repositories.what actions users are allowed to perform....
Administration

ADx Administration Area

This area is a simple entry point for managing your repositories and database connections. Repository configuration is separated from deployment - you need to map each repository to its configuration and, upon activation, ADx automatically creates all necessary components of those repositories....
Administration

Configuring Alternative Repository Storage

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Repository S3 Administration GCP Cloud

Relocating All Repository Binaries

This page explains how to relocate the binary sources of all contents inside a repository....
Repository Administration

Adding Repositories

This document explains how to create repositories in ADx 2.x. You need administrator privileges to add repositories (see ...
Repository S3 Administration GCP Cloud

Documents

This view list all documents in this repository and their status. Documents are created from their source representation (i.e. a file) and can have representations of their own if you run a conversion job on them....
Administration Documents Cache

Running Repository Deep Health Checks

You should always run repository Deep Health Check before using your newly created repository. This service checks the state of all repository services and generates a report, which should be all green. If it's not, your repository requires troubleshooting before it can be used....
Administration

Checking ADx Health Status

Administrators have access to the ADx Health page, showing important information related to the health of your ADx instance. If any of the tests are red, contact your support team. To get an idea on how to access ADx Health page, watch the video below:...
Administration Monitoring

Monitoring ADx Status and Processes - ADx About Page

Administrators have access to the About page, available from ADx landing page. This page provides information about the state of the current runtime, including hardware information, database connection pool data, and thread pool data. Use the provided actions to retrieve information about the system that you need or download diagnostic packages which you can use for troubleshooting. See the video below to get an idea on how to use the About page:...
Administration Monitoring

Tracing Requests in ADx

ADx repositories can be configured so that they can be traced by an external tool. Tracing can be then enabled for a specific period of time on any ADx repository. During this time, all service requests can be tracked and monitored....
Administration

Session Monitoring

Administrator area provides a number of checks you can use on sessions.Log in to ADx. Go to the Administrator page:...
Sessions Administration

Checking Conversion Statistics

ADx provides a monitoring page where you can check aggregated conversion job statistics from the whole system. To access the monitoring page, proceed as shown in the video:...
Administration Monitoring

Configuring Policies

As an administrator, you can declare policies in ADx and assign them to repositories. Assigning a policy to a repository means that it's ...
Repository Administration

Specifying Root Folder for CMIS or Documentum Repositories.

Now you can define the Root Folder Id for CMIS and Documentum repositories. This folder doesn't have to be a cabinet. When you synchronize and activate, and then you click on Browse, ADx shows folders/contents of that particular root folder, and if you now create new Folder or Content, ADx places this content inside that root folder you have previously defined....
Administration

Checking Log Files

After logging in to ADx, Logs page is available directly from the landing page:Logs can also be accessed from Administration area....
Administration Logs

Deleting Repositories

Deleting a repository means deleting its configuration data from ADx. Contents of the repository are NOT deleted...
Repository Administration

Configuring Type Definitions on CMIS Repositories

If you want to connect CMIS repositories to ADx, you need to enter the specifications of all object types in a given CMIS repository so that ADx knows it. This is necessary so that data available in the remote CMIS repository can be correctly represented in ADx. This page explains how to configure type definitions on CMIS-compatible repositories....
Administration

Setting ACL on Repository Level

Access control defines who can access what in ADx. This page explains how to set it on a repository in ADx. You will need a working ...
Administration

Configuring Custom Types

If you want to add your own properties to contents and folders, ADx has the flexibility to do it. The solution are ...
Repository Administration

Cache Area

Repository cache is accessed via the Cache button:Cache area is a workspace where you can conveniently work with data related to jobs (related to conversion, content, and data migration), documents, and WOPI sessions:...
Administration Cache

Jobs

This view displays jobs ran in a repository (conversion, content, data migration). Jobs are grouped into three categories:...
Conversion Administration Cache

Setting ACL on the Content Level

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Administration