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Master Note for Oracle Communications Indexing and Search Service (ISS) (Doc ID 1354963.1)

Last updated on JULY 30, 2019

Applies to:

Oracle Communications Indexing and Search Service
Information in this document applies to any platform.

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This is the Master Note for Oracle Communications Indexing and Search Service (aka ISS) which is a component of the Oracle Communications Unified Communications Suite.  The Master Note for the Suite may be found here - Oracle Communications Unified Communications Suite Master Note (Doc ID 1297190.1)

Audience

The information contained in this note targets product administrators and installers.

About Indexing and Search Service

Indexing and Search Service for Oracle Communications Unified Communications Suite is a general-purpose indexing and searching server.  As email inboxes become increasingly larger, the importance of a fast, efficient indexing and search service cannot be underestimated.  Consequently, Indexing and Search Service initially supports email data in the message store, including embedded data in a variety of formats.  ISS provides a RESTful web services interface  for search, thus any client capable of interacting with such a service is supported.  Oracle Communications Messaging Exchange Server consumes ISS services to bring search services to any IMAP-based mail client.  Message body searches done from your mail client can use the ISS engine to perform fast, comprehensive searches of message bodies and attachments.

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Getting Started

Oracle Communications Indexing and Search Service (ISS) was originally bundled as part of Oracle Communications Unified Communications Suite 7.

Documentation

Note: As of July 23, 2015 former documentation on the wiki can now be found in the Oracle Help Center in PDF format.
Note that wiki pages have been consolidated to one single PDF per product.
For more information, see: What Happened to the Wiki-Based Messaging Server Documentation? (Doc ID 2037418.1)
The most current ISS documentation can be found at http://docs.oracle.com/en/industries/communications/indexing-search-server/index.html

The most recent product documentation may be found here:

The most recent Release Notes and details of what is new in Indexing and Search Service may be found here:

Previous Releases:

Deployment Planning

The following documents may prove useful for deployment planning prior to installation:

For compatibility of various Unified Communications Components, see:

Installation

The following links are short-cuts to sections within the full Indexing and Search Service Installation and Configuration Guide, (unless otherwise stated), that are specific to Indexing and Search Service:

Quick reference for deploying the whole Unified Communications Suite on a single host for evaluation can be found in the following step-by-step guides:

Upgrading

Administration

The Indexing and Search Service System Administrator's Guide contains most of the useful information needed including some of the most commonly referenced sections:

Performance Tuning

It is strongly recommended that these guides are followed.

Patches

See:  Installing Patches (in the Installation and Configuration Guide)

Legacy Patches (below is the last legacy patch available. Moving forward, apply the Commsinstaller patches above)

Before applying patches, please check the patch README file as well as the latest Release Notes, What's New and Upgrade Documentation for any special requirements etc.

Troubleshooting

Knowledge Articles

(Note this may not be a comprehensive list of all articles)

FAQs

"How To" Articles

Problems and Solutions

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 Getting Started
 Documentation
 Deployment Planning
 Installation
 Upgrading
 Administration
 Performance Tuning
 Patches
 Troubleshooting
 Knowledge Articles
 FAQs
 "How To" Articles
 Problems and Solutions
Contacts
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