Administration | Version 3
Within the administration view of the Sophora DeskClient, you can configure roles and users and manage all kinds of document types.
Archived documentation for Sophora 3. End-of-support date for this version: 7/25/21
Gain a general overview of Sophora's administration view.
The default document lifecycle consists of the in progress and published state, the corresponding offline states, and the deleted state.
You can create as many indexes in Solr as you need.
Use Yellow Data to add custom information to documents without lock and state changes.
All Sophora components support JMX. The JMX interface provides information about each component's state and allows for administrative actions.
Introduction to channels
In this guide we'll run you through the installation of the DeskClient application on your system.
This section explains the necessary steps to be able to print documents from inside the deskclient
Depending on the actual use case Sophora provides different solutions for scheduling document state transitions. These are summarised below.
Logging - Useful Logback Configurations
Get to know Sophora's different configuration documents, their purpose and the parameters you can use to set up the appearance of your DeskClients.
Define multiple work environments which your users can choose, so they have all the information they need at just a glance.
Learn why and how to use roles, about all kinds of permissions, and configuring and managing users.
This section explains how external web applications can trigger document actions within the DeskClient.
Search results in a DeskClient can be ordered by relevance. The relevance of some properties can be boosted, making them more important than others.
Information about Docker images provided by subshell
How to configure Sophora DeskClients to acess a Sophora Server behind an Identity-Aware Proxy.
Last modified on 8/18/21