IBM FileNet Content Manager 5.2.1: Auditing and Logging

Durée: 

0.3

Langue: 

DE

Prix: 
477.25
Description: 

This course is for administrators that maintain IBM FileNet Content Manager environments, and need to learn:

  • How to monitor the system logs and enable trace logging to troubleshoot issues.
  • How to use auditing to trace object activity.

If you are enrolling in a Self Paced Virtual Classroom or Web Based Training course, before you enroll, please review the Self-Paced Virtual Classes and Web-Based Training Classes on our Terms and Conditions page, as well as the system requirements, to ensure that your system meets the minimum requirements for this course. http://www.ibm.com/training/terms

Upon completion of this course, participants will be able to:

  • Monitor system logs
  • Enable/disable trace logging for troubleshooting
  • Create audit definitions
  • View audit entries
  • Prune audit entries

This course is intended for system administrators who administer IBM FileNet Content Manager
environments.

  • Skills:
    • Experience with P8 terminology, including: Content Platform Engine, IBM Content Navigator, object stores, objects.
    • Ability to add, checkout, and delete documents, using IBM Content Navigator.
    • Experience with the Administration Console for Content Platform Engine.
    • Experience creating document and folder classes, property templates, and so on.
  • Recommended prerequisite courses to teach required skills:
    • F270 – IBM Content Navigator 2.0.3.6: Introduction, or equivalent knowledge
    • F280 - IBM FileNet Content Manager 5.2.1: Introduction, or equivalent knowledge
    • F282 - IBM FileNet Content Manager 5.2.1: Work with object metadata, or equivalent knowledge
    • F283 - IBM FileNet Content Manager 5.2.1: Security, or equivalent knowledge

Work with system logs

  • Content Platform Engine system logs
  • Web application server logs
  • Log locations
  • Trace logs
  • Trace subsystem - domain level configuration
  • Trace subsystem - site level configuration
  • Guidelines: Monitor log files

Work with audit logs

  • What is auditing?
  • Why audit?
  • Audit definitions
  • Create an audit definition
  • Object operations that you can audit
  • Audit entries
  • View audit entries
  • Pruning audit entries
  • Create and audit disposition policy
  • Audit disposition schedule

Appendix

  • Start and stop system components
  • Troubleshooting

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