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  • EMC InfoArchiveVersion 3.1

    Installation Guide

    EMC CorporationCorporate Headquarters

    Hopkinton, MA 01748-91031-508-435-1000www.EMC.com

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  • Table of Contents

    Preface ................................................................................................................................ 5

    Chapter 1 Overview ..................................................................................................... 7

    Chapter 2 Prerequisites and Certified Configurations ................................................. 9Special Considerations for Content Server .......................................................... 10Special Considerations for Content Server 6.7 SP2........................................... 11Special Considerations for Content Server 7.1 ................................................. 11

    Optional Components for InfoArchive ............................................................... 11

    Chapter 3 Pre-Installation Tasks .................................................................................. 13Recommended RDBMS Settings ........................................................................ 14

    Chapter 4 Installing InfoArchive .................................................................................. 15Modifying the Installation Properties File........................................................... 15Adding External Java Libraries and Resources.................................................... 17Installing InfoArchive Components and Packaging WAR/EAR Files..................... 17Installing InfoArchive on Multiple Hosts ........................................................... 17Installing Consuming Web Applications and Core Components onDifferent Hosts ............................................................................................. 18Installing xDB and Content Server on Different Hosts ..................................... 19

    Deploying InfoArchive Web Services and GUI.................................................... 20Deploying InfoArchive Web Services and GUI on Apache Tomcat ................... 20Deploying InfoArchive Web Services and GUI on IBMWebSphere .................. 22Deploying InfoArchive Web Services and GUI on Oracle WebLogic ................. 23

    Deploying DA Extension................................................................................... 23Deploying Records Client Extension ................................................................. 24Installing the Audit Holding ............................................................................. 24Restarting Documentum Java Method Server ..................................................... 25

    Chapter 5 Upgrading InfoArchive ................................................................................ 27Preparing the Environment for Upgrade ............................................................ 27Installing InfoArchive 3.1 .................................................................................. 28Updating Changed Objects ............................................................................... 28dm_ca_store ................................................................................................. 28eas_cfg_pdi .................................................................................................. 29

    Updating the xDB Backup Library Format ......................................................... 29

    Chapter 6 Troubleshooting Installation ........................................................................ 31

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  • Preface

    Intended AudienceThis document is intended for system administrators who are responsible for installing EMCInfoArchive.

    To use this document, you must have the following:

    Administrative privileges on the host where you install EMC InfoArchive

    Working knowledge of the operating system on which you install EMC InfoArchive

    Working knowledge of EMC Documentum Content Server and EMC Documentum xDB

    Working knowledge of Apache Ant and web application servers, such as Apache Tomcat

    Path ConventionsThis document uses the following path conventions:

    Path Variable Description

    INSTALL_DIR The temporary directory to which the EMC InfoArchive installationpackage is extracted

    EAS_HOME The installation directory of EMC InfoArchive

    DOCUMENTUM The installation directory of EMC Documentum Content Server

    XHIVE_HOME The installation directory of EMC Documentum xDB

    WEBSERVER_HOME The home directory for a web application server

    Note: EMC InfoArchive was named Enterprise Archiving Solution (EAS) prior to the 3.0 release.Names of variables, properties, and object types still contain EAS or eas.

    Related DocumentationThe following resources contain more information about EMC InfoArchive. These documents areavailable from EMC Online Support (https://support.emc.com).

    EMC InfoArchive Release Notes

    EMC InfoArchive Configuration and Administration Guide

    EMC InfoArchive Object Reference Guide

    EMC InfoArchive Development Guide

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    Revision History

    Revision Date Description

    December 2014 Initial publication

    January 2015 Improve the Deploying InfoArchive Web Services and GUI section

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  • Chapter 1Overview

    EMC InfoArchive is a unified enterprise archiving platform that stores related structured data andunstructured content in a single and consolidated repository. InfoArchive enables corporations topreserve the value of enterprise information in a single, easily accessible, unified archive.

    The following diagram illustrates InfoArchive components in an enterprise IT environment.

    InfoArchive includes the following components:

    InfoArchive jobs: Consists of command line jobs and Content Server jobs. InfoArchive jobs referto a series of actions you take to archive data packages, to manage Content Server objects and xDBlibraries, and to perform administrative tasks for the archiving system.

    InfoArchive Web services: Web services expose InfoArchive functions, such as ingestion, query,and order, to consumers. You can develop your own web applications to access InfoArchive byconsuming InfoArchive Web services.

    InfoArchive GUI: InfoArchive GUI is a search application that ships with the InfoArchiveinstallation package. You can customize your own application based on this application.

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    You can install InfoArchive, Content Server, and xDB on a single host, or you can distributethem among several hosts based on security, licensing, or other operation considerations. EMCrecommends that you keep the InfoArchive installation architecture as simple as possible to avoidlatency in data transfer. Do not use a distributed installation unless you have an explicit reason todo so.

    InfoArchive runs on Content Server and xDB. The following documents, available from EMC OnlineSupport, provide more information about installing Content Server and xDB.

    EMC Documentum Content Server Installation Guide

    EMC Documentum xDB Administration Guide

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  • Chapter 2Prerequisites and CertifiedConfigurations

    The following table lists prerequisites and certified configurations for InfoArchive installation. Fordetailed operating system and database requirements for the EMC Documentum platform, refer tothe corresponding version of the EMC Documentum Environment and System Requirements Guide.

    Documen-tum Platform

    EMC Documentum Content Server 7.1 EMC Documentum ContentServer 6.7 SP2

    OperatingSystem

    Windows Linux Solaris AIX

    Database SQLServer

    Oracle Oracle Oracle Oracle

    JDK JDK 7

    DA EMC Documentum Administrator 7.1 EMC Documentum Administrator6.7 SP2

    xDB EMC Documentum xDB 10.5.8

    Browser One of the following:

    Microsoft Internet Explorer 10, 11

    Mozilla Firefox ESR 24.6.x, 31.x

    Google Chrome 35

    One of the following:

    Microsoft Internet Explorer 10,11

    Mozilla Firefox ESR 24.6.x, 31.x

    WebApplicationServer

    One of the following:

    Apache Tomcat 7.0.42, 7.0.53

    Pivotal Web Server 2.9.x (formerly knownas VMware vFabric)

    Oracle WebLogic Server 12c (12.1.3)

    WebSphere Application Server V8.5.5.x

    One of the following:

    Oracle WebLogic Server 12c(12.1.3)

    WebSphere Application ServerV8.5.5.x

    DFC EMC

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