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Morgan Patou
Senior Consultant

Morgan Patou has more than seven years of experience in Oracle Java/J2EE application building and deployment. He has expertise in the administration and deployment of open source technologies (Apache, OpenLDAP, Kerberos, aso...) but not only (Documentum, WebLogic, aso…). He is specialized in the building, customization, extension and deployment of Intranet and Document Management System (DMS) solutions like Liferay, Alfresco or Documentum. Morgan Patou has a solid expertise regarding business requirement analysis and DMS based architectures and he is also well-versed in implementing high availability infrastructures for mission critical environments. He is an Alfresco Certified Administrator and his branch-related experience covers mainly the Public Sector as well as IT, Financial Services/Banking and Pharmaceutical industries. Morgan Patou holds an Engineer’s Degree in Computer Science from the ENSISA (Ecole Nationale Supérieure d'Ingénieurs Sud Alsace) in Mulhouse (F).
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Documentum – Change password – 8 – FT – Dsearch & xDB

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Here we are, already, at the end of my series of blogs about the “Change Password”. This blog will, as already mentioned in a previous one, talk about the Dsearch and xDB passwords. I could have created a lot more blogs in this series but I already presented the most important and most interesting ones so this blog will be the last one – at least for now ;).   Please note that below, I…

 
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Documentum – Change password – 7 – DB – Schema Owner

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In this serie, I completed the passwords I wanted to talk about on the Content Server. Therefore in this blog, I will talk about the only Database Account that is relevant for Documentum: the Database Schema Owner. Since there are a few steps to be done on the Content Server, I’m just doing everything from there… In this blog, I will assume there is one Global Registry (GR_DOCBASE) and one normal Repository (DocBase1). Each docbase…

 
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Documentum – Change password – 6 – CS/FT – JKS

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Just like for the JBoss Admin password (here), this blog will be for both Content Servers and Full Text Servers. I will provide commands below to change the passwords of the Java KeyStore for the Java Method Server (JMS) and Full Text Servers (Dsearch/IndexAgent). Again, JKS aren’t only used in the scope of Documentum so if you are here for the JKS and not for Documentum, that’s fine too ;).   The steps are exactly…

 
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Documentum – Change password – 5 – CS/FT – JBoss Admin

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The next password I wanted to blog about is the JBoss Admin password. As you know, there are several JBoss Application Servers in Documentum. The most used being the ones for the Java Method Server (JMS) and for the Full Text Servers (Dsearch/IndexAgent). In this blog, I will only talk about the JBoss Admin password of the JMS and IndexAgents simply because I will include the Dsearch JBoss instance in another blog which will talk…

 
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Documentum – Change password – 4 – CS – Presets & Preferences

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In a previous blog (see this one), I already provided the steps to change the BOF password and I mentioned that this was more or less the only important account in the Global Registry. Well in this blog, I will show you how to change the passwords for the two other important accounts: the Presets and Preferences accounts.   These two accounts can actually be created in a dedicated repository for performance reasons but by…

 
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Documentum – Change password – 3 – CS – Installation Owner

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In this blog, I will describe the few steps needed to change the Documentum Installation Owner’s password. As you all know, the Installation Owner is (one of) the most important password in Documentum and it is probably the first you define even before starting the installation.   As always, I will use a linux environment and in this case, I’m assuming the “dmadmin” account is a local account to each Content Server and therefore the…

 
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Documentum – Change password – 2 – CS – dm_bof_registry

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When installing a Global Registry on a Content Server, you will be asked to setup the BOF username and password. The name of this user is by default “dm_bof_registry” so even if you can change it, I will use this value in this blog. This is one of the important accounts that are being created inside the Global Registry. So, what would be the needed steps to change the password of this account?   Let’s…

 
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Documentum – Change password – 1 – CS – AEK and Lockbox

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This blog is the first one of a series that I will publish in the next few days/weeks regarding how you can change some passwords in Documentum. In these blogs, I will talk about a lot of accounts like the Installation Owner of course, the Preset and Preferences accounts, the JKS passwords, the JBoss Admin passwords, the xPlore xDB passwords, aso…   So, let’s dig in with the first ones: AEK and Lockbox passphrases. In…

 
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Documentum – Dsearch & IA not working in HTTPS using xPlore 1.6?

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I’m warning you, this blog will be short, like extra short! Beginning of this year, during our testing of the new xPlore 1.6 (GA release, no patches were available) components, I was following my blog to setup a PrimaryDsearch and an IndexAgent in HTTPS using the ConfigSSL.groovy. As the groovy script is provided with the xPlore components directly, the steps coming from my previous blog also apply to xPlore 1.6 (just need to replace JBoss…

 
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Documentum – Setup a CPS in HTTPS – Unable to register it

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In a previous blog (see this one), I described how to setup a WildFly instance in HTTPS and I quickly mentioned something related to the CPS. When I wrote this previous blog, I was already aware of one specific issue that prevented the CPS to be usable but I didn’t want to mention it to stay focus on the WildFly specific steps for the HTTPS setup which are common between the JMS and the CPS….

 
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