Prerequisite for using the Web Portal is an application server installed with the search service.
If you run the Web Portal directly over an application server installed with the search service, you can use the full text search immediately.
If you are using the Web Portal with an application server that does not have an installed search service, or with a direct database connection, you will need to enter an application server with an installed search service in the configuration of the web application.
The application server is usually entered during the Web Portal installation. For subsequent changes, use the Web Designer Configuration Editor.
To enter an application server at a later date
Certain important columns are already indexed for full text search in the default installation. You configure more columns for full text searching if you require.
For detailed information about configuring columns for the full text search, see the One Identity Manager Configuration Guide. For detailed information about using the full text search in the Web Portal, see the One Identity Manager Web Portal User Guide.
The following is a list of the maintenance options available for a web application, together with descriptions.
The Web Portal includes a runtime monitor for monitoring. The runtime monitor is accessed via a browser front end.
Use the appropriate URL for this:
Access to the runtime monitor is configured in the configuration file (monitor.config) of the web application. The default settings enables only members of the group BUILTIN\Administrators to access the runtime monitor.
<!-- Permission to use WebDesigner runtime monitor -->
<allow roles="BUILTIN\Administrators" />
<deny users="*" />
For more information about changing this setting, see the ASP.NET documentation.