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Saturday, July 2

System Administration

System administration consists of system configuration and monitoring. System configuration consists of content management configuration and TREX configuration and Index administration.
You need to configure various Content Management (CM) components so that CM matches your system environment and your usage scenarios.

Content Management Components to be Configured are

For storing and/or retrieving metadata and content, repositories are needed. You need to configure repositories.
There are few Global services which provide functions to be used in those repositories
These services may be index management service used for classification and retrieval, publishing pipeline that can be used for rendering and transforming content and the notification service which can be used for informing users about content-related functions.
These services include
the subscription service for making users aware of the changes to content
Discussion service for managing discussion groups.
Repository filters to process metadata and content.
Utilities to provide supplementary functions for applications and services
KM user interface
Content access protocols (WebDAV)
Form-based publishing application


Where is Configuration Data Stored It is stored on the portal server:
in In the directory which contains central configuration data.
in In the directory that is accessible through /etc repository.
in In the directory which contains  Java parameter files related to Knowledge Management. 
Central Configuration Data
The CM data is managed by the the configuration framework and it is stored in XML form. You can edit this data in the portal with a configuration iView.This data is stored under 
/usr/sap/  /j2ee/j2ee /global/config/cm/config/local/plugins/cm/ when using SAP J2EE Engine
The variables  and  are specified during installation process.
User Administration
Content Administration


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