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Perceptive: Content Installation

Introduction and Downloads

01 Introduction 4 m
02 Link to Docs.Hyland.Com 1 m
03 Perceptive Content Downloads 3 m
04 Link to Perceptive Content Downloads 1 m
05 Download Erlang & RabbitMQ 3 m
06 Link to Erlang Download 1 m
07 Link to RabbitMQ 1 m

Installing Prerequisite Components

08 Understanding Database Options 3 m
09 Creating the Database 6 m
10 Creating the ODBC Connection in Content 7.3 and Above 5 m
11 Installing Erlang 4 m
12 Installing RabbitMQ 4 m
13 Creating RabbitMQ User Accounts 8 m
14 Verifying RabbitMQ is Listening 1 m

Installing Perceptive Content Components

15 Installing the Perceptive Content Server 10 m
16 Verifying the ODBC Connection in Content 7.2.X and Below 3 m
17 Verifying Server Installation 1 m
18 Installing the Perceptive Content Client 7 m
19 Verifying the Connection Between the Client and Server 2 m
20 System Authentication 3 m
21 Saving a System Fingerprint 3 m
22 Uploading Licenses 2 m
23 Resources 1 m

Final Assessment (Earn 80% or higher to earn credit)

24 Final Assessment 5 m

To begin enjoying the benefits of Perceptive Content, you first need to install it!

In this course, learn where to download everything you'll need and create your database. Then you'll go step-by-step to install Erlang, RabbitMQ, the Content Server and the Content Client. Finally, learn to save a system fingerprint and get your system licensed.

This course is designed for the intermediate level Perceptive Content System Administrator. It is recommended that you have completed Perceptive: Content for Administrators (ILT) or you have comparable on-the-job experience with the Perceptive Content Management Console administrative functions.

  • Perceptive Content
  • eLearning
  • P1863
  • Intermediate
  • 1 hr 22 mins
  • Available with Premium Subscription

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Topics Covered
  • Turning on Mixed Mode Authentication
  • Copying the Erlang Cookie File to Users
  • Downloading the DDL Release Scripts, the Client, and the Server from Community
  • Defining FILENAME in the SQL Script for Database Creation
  • Copying the .erlang.cookie File to the Default User Profile
  • Verifying the .erlang.cookie File Matches in both Users and System 32
  • Adding an Environment Variable to Direct where the RabbitMQ Database will be Created
  • Using CMD to Create RabbitMQ User Accounts