Alfresco – Introductory Systems Administration

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This video shows a trailer for the self-paced online course designed to introduce you to the administration of Alfresco systems.

Introduction

Alfresco System Administration is a standalone console for managing the administration of the Alfresco repository.
Admin Console is a tool comprising separate pages that identify a particular administrative activity or feature. The pages in the Admin Console are:
  • System Summary
  • Consoles
  • Support Tools

You can use the Admin Console as your main tool to help you manage your Alfresco production environment.

It is a simple alternative to manually setting properties in the alfresco.global.properties file.

The settings that you choose in the Admin Console will take precedence over any setting that you add in the alfresco.global.properties file.

The System Summary page gives information on the status of the Alfresco repository, including the general system information.

There are no actions or entry fields on the System Summary page.

This page is a high-level overview of the setting you have chosen or are set as default on the repository.

The overview is divided into the following sections:

  • Repository information
  • System information

Repository Information

The Repository Information summary shows the repository-related details of the Alfresco Community installation. This information is useful for confirming the Alfresco installation details, such as version number, version label, schema, and repository identifier.

System Information

The System Information summary shows the general details of the Alfresco installation. This information is useful for confirming the Alfresco installation details, Java installation details, the host operating system specification and memory details.

Self-paced eLearning classes are part of the overall blended learning approach we offer with a focus on high-quality, cost-effective learning.


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