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FAQ for the FileStoreProvider Component (Part 2 - Configuration) (Doc ID 566298.1)

Last updated on MAY 23, 2022

Applies to:

Oracle WebCenter Content - Version 10.0 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.



Purpose

This article is intended to help Content Server administrators use the File Store Provider

Questions and Answers

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Purpose
Questions and Answers
 Q1: How exactly do you go about associating storage rules to content?
 Q2: Was the FileStoreProvider originally set up to be used in conjunction with profiles?
 Q3: Should the storage rule metadata field be visible on the checkin page and a value selected from it upon checkin?
 Q4: When creating the profile, do you need to make sure the three metadata fields for the FileStoreProvider are on the checkin page?
 Q5: If you need to give a value to the xStorageRule field, do you need to set a default value for the other two fields as well?
 Q6: What exactly does the variable CapacityCheckInterval refer to?
 Q7: Is the 'partitionID' metadata field going to be set automatically if the 'xStorageRule' field is populated by a rule or profile?
 Q8: Do you need to have partitions?
 Q9: What are the benefits of having one versus not having one or more partitions?
 Q10: What if you do not have a partition current set up?
 Q11: How is the PartitionRoot variable and xPartitionID used?
 Q12: What does copy and link under Duplication Methods refer to?
 
Q13: Is shortest path used when selecting the partition?
 Q14: Is there a way to force a file to go into a certain partition?
 Q15: What order is used when a file is placed?
 Q16: What about the webviewable file?
 Q17: Do you need to set something to delete the temporary files?
 Q18: Where are these cache variables set, in the config.cfg or the intradoc.cfg?
 Q19:  What if the users checks the document out and then checks in back in – does that newly released version fall into the rules of file store provider or does it stay in the old rules?
 
Q20:  If a user updates the web page or includes a new document for that page – does it fall in the File Store Provider or stay in the old rules?
 
Q21:  Since this does not affect data already in the system – what is the method for getting old data to fall under the new rules?
 Q22: There is 100GB on one file system – there is a need for each file system to be a maximum of 50 GB in size.  How can this change be made on data that is pre-File Store Provider?
 Q23: What happens if you have a file system that is 50GB is 49GB used and someone checks in a 1.5GB file – does it automatically know to put the entire thing in the second file system.

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