This document provides a detailed description of administrative features of Adeptia Suite. It guides you to seamlessly manage the functioning, design and integration of business processes using these administrative features.The administration of Adeptia Suite involves creation and management of users, groups, and business roles. The Administrator's role also involves configuration of system properties, creating database connectors, ensuring system security, and monitoring system status.
The Administrative features are used primarily by the Administrator, Sys Admin and Group Admin of organizations.
You must have administrative rights to perform administrative tasks. These rights vary based upon the user type.
Following are the major sub sections of this guide:
Configuration of system properties, creating database connectors, ensuring system security and monitoring system status
System Configuration and updating System Properties of the Adeptia Suite
Creating a user group, viewing properties of a user group, editing properties of a user group, deleting a user group
Creating a user, viewing properties of a user, editing properties of a user, deleting a user
Minimizing the work of a user of Sys Admin or Group Admin type
Understanding Process Flow Status when Kernel or Scheduler is started, paused, or stopped.
Creating, Exporting, and Importing Secret Key,
|Monitoring Adeptia Suite using System Dashboard||Monitoring Adeptia Suite using System dashboard|
|Monitoring Adeptia Suite Performance||Monitoring the status and performance of Adeptia Suite and Query Response Time|
|Diagnostic||Tracer and Thread Dump utility|
|Accessing PID of Kernel and WebRunner||Procedure to access PID of Kernel and WebRunner|
|Load Management||Introduction to Load Management and Queue Processor|
|Maintenance||Data Cleanup, Log Cleanup, Instant Logs, Log Recovery and Synchrnization|
|System Console||Monitoring the system health, System Console user interface|
|Backup and Restore||Steps to take and restore the backup of objects (activities, process flows, User, Groups and configuration file etc.)|