Content Server Administration
We provide you with a quick guide in administering a content server, which are not for use in an enterprise, but individuals who administer the Content Server in a non-production environment. The purpose of a content server is automated managing, distributing ad sharing information to customers, suppliers and partners using the web site. Its purpose is enabling fast deployment of any unstructured and typically unmanaged information including engineering specification, policies and procedures, video and audio clips, imaging, HTML pages, documents, and so forth. It is designed for the Internet and the unrivaled solution in order to build and maintain secure libraries with automated publishing, revision control, etc.
Content servers are secure and information is immediately available to the users you authorized the moment it is released. It is flexible and capable of linking any content from sales literature, manuals, spreadsheets, engineering drawings, reports, letter under a powerhouse of knowledge distribution. An open architecture that works across many platforms uses browsers like Internet Explorer or Firefox and communication is via HTTP and CGI. You can install a Content server across a diverse platform group such as Linux, IBM AIX, HP-UX, and Windows.
The advantage is that you would not need to do administration tasks straight from the server, as it should be accessible on PC’s with the software Java written. It works in the following method; as soon as files of any kind is in the system, it processes it via conversion tools such as Dynamic Converter or PDF Converter. This makes the content viewable to you for example HTML or PDF. Managing the Content Server and to ensure its efficiency your browser should be set up to check out for new content. When using Internet Explorer, configure it by selection Tools and click on Internet Options. Now you enter settings, and click on “Every visit to the Page”.