Administrator manual

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Revision as of 18:45, 17 August 2012

Main Page > Development > Administrator Manual

Contents

Installation

Upgrading

  • Currently, Archivematica does not support upgrading from one version to the next. A re-install is required.

Users

User Managment

When you first install archivematica and visit the dashboard (http://localhost) [below]

User manual

Dashboard administration tab

http://localhost/administration/processing/

Atom DIP upload

ContentDM DIP upload

Transfer source directories

Processing Configuration

This is the defaul 'processingMCP.xml' that is included, in the root directory, when processing a SIP or Transfer. If a SIP or transfer is submitted with a 'processingMCP.xml' file processing decisions will be made with the included file. Pre-configured choices made here, are based off the choices that appear in the dashboard.

The format is:

        <preconfiguredChoice>
            <appliesTo>Workflow decision - send transfer to quarantine</appliesTo>
            <goToChain>Skip quarantine</goToChain>
        </preconfiguredChoice>

Where appliesTo is the name of the job presented in the dashboard, and goToChain is the desired selection. Note: these are case sensitive.

Users

Importing

Customization

  • Workflow processing decisions can be made in the processingMCP.xml file. See here.
  • Workflows are currently created at the development level. See MCP for more details.
  • Normalization commands can be viewed in the presveration planning tab.
  • Normalization paths and commands are currently edited/created at the development level. See transcoder for more details.

Data backup

  • How to protect your data from disaster.

Security

  • We highly recomend chaning the default passwords.

[LIST OF DEFAULT PASSWORD LOCATIONS]

  • Archivematica does not presently support secured sockets. See Issue 990, Issue 690 Because of this, it's highly recommended to run Archivematica on a secure, isolated network.

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