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SAP Content Server

The SAP Content Server is a stand-alone component in which a large quantity of electronic documents of any format and with any content can be stored. The SAP applications concerned must support the use of the SAP Content Server. The documents can be saved either in one or more MaxDB instances or in the file system. The SAP Content Server is available for Windows 2000 & 2003 Server as well as for several UNIX variants.

Content Server Administration

This SAP Content Server can be administrated directly from the SAP system. There are special tools avalables for monitoring and administrating the underlying database system for example, Database Manager GUI  and Database Manager CLI

Database Manager GUI 

The Database Manager GUI database tool is used to manage database instances. You can use it among other things to create, monitor, back up, and restore database instances.The Database Manager GUI has a graphical user interface and can be used only on Microsoft Windows. However, you can use the Database Manager GUI also to manage database instances that are running on a remote computer with a different operating system.

Database Manager CLI 

You use the Database Manager CLI database tool to manage database instances. The tool allows you toThe Database Manager CLI is a command line tool and can be used on all operating systems supported by the database system. The program is suitable for both interactive and background operation. create, monitor, back up, and restore database instances.

What are the versions from sap on unix and windows platform and Users in contenet server for administration

The SAP Content Server for UNIX stores content on the SAP database (SAP DB) or on a file system such as the standard UNIX file system (UFS), or another mountable file system or a network file system (NFS).

The SAP Content Server for UNIX includes the following sub-components:

  • The SAP Content Server and the SAP Cache Server libraries
  • The SAP database (SAP DB), version 7.3
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