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Directory Structure
Once the installation of Enterprise Vault Connecter is completed, your installation directory contains the following files and subdirectories.
Connector Framework Server Directory Structure
The Connector Framework server (CFS) is installed to the ConnectorFramework directory which is at the same level as the Enterprise Vault Connecter installation directory. The ConnectorFramework installation directory contains the following files and subdirectories (note that bold font indicates directories).
 
Files required for uninstalling Connector Framework server.
Connector Framework server configuration file.
When you start the Connector Framework server for the first time, the following files are created:
 
Contains CFS log files. By default, this includes action.log, import.log, indexer.log.
Contains queued asynchronous actions so that, if the server should go down, the actions will not be lost. When the server comes back up, the queued actions will be processed.
Enterprise Vault Connecter Directory Structure
By default, the Enterprise Vault Connecter is installed to the C:\Autonomy\ConnectorName directory. The Enterprise Vault Connecter installation directory contains the following files and subdirectories (note that bold font indicates folders).
 
Uninstall_ConnectorName
Files required for uninstalling Enterprise Vault Connecter.
Autonomy Password Encryption Utility executable, which allows you to encrypt the passwords.
Enterprise Vault Connecter configuration file.
ConnectorName_InstallLog.log
When you start Enterprise Vault Connecter for the first time, the following files and subdirectories are created:
 
Contains Enterprise Vault Connecter log files. By default, this includes application.log, action.log, collect.log, synchronize.log, view.log.
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