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Before you install Find, you must install and configure the following IDOL components:
IDOL Community 11.3.0 (Find requires access to the ACI and service ports).
IDOL Community requires an IDOL Agentstore subcomponent. However, you do not need to configure the details of the IDOL Community Agentstore component in Find.
IDOL Content 11.5 (Find requires access to the ACI and service ports).
IDOL View Server 11.3.0 (Find requires access to the ACI and service ports).
If you want to use a Connector for viewing, Find also requires access to the ACI and service ports for the connector. See Configure IDOL View Server.
In general, Find does not place restrictions on the data that you store in the IDOL Content component.
However, if you index your data in XML format, you must use
<DOCUMENTS><DOCUMENT> as your top level fields, to ensure that Find treats the contents consistently.
You can use IDOL Document Security in Find. In this case, Find requests security information from the IDOL Community component, and uses it to manage your user sessions. The security token contains information about the groups and permissions that the user has, which the IDOL Content component uses to control access to your documents.
For information about how to set up document security in IDOL, refer to the IDOL Document Security Administration Guide.
The IDOL Community security tokens have an expiration time. When the security token expires, the user session in Find ends. The user must log in to Find again to generate a new token.