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You configure IDOL Server by manually editing the appropriate configuration file.
The configuration file that you use depends on your IDOL setup:
In most cases, HPE recommends that you configure and deploy IDOL components separately. In this case, each IDOL component has its own configuration file, which by default has the same name as the component executable file. For example, the IDOL Content component is
content.exe and the configuration file is
In simple testing deployments, you can use a unified IDOL Server configuration. In this case, you configure all the IDOL Server components (that is, Content, Category, Community, and View), as well as the IDOL Proxy component by using the IDOL Server configuration file (
In the IDOL Server unified configuration, the IDOL Agentstore component is still configured separately, in the
agentstore.cfg. The IDOL Agentstore component is a specially configured IDOL Content component for storing agents and categories.
For more information about unified configuration, refer to the IDOL Getting Started Guide.
For more information about the IDOL Server configuration file, see IDOL Server Configuration File.