Appendixes > IDOL Server Configuration File > Configuration File Sections > [Security] Section

[Security] Section
The [Security] section lists the security modules that you are using, and contains a subsection for each of the security modules. Within each subsection, you can specify the settings to apply to each module. For example:
[Security]
SecurityInfoKeys=123456789,144135468,56443234,2000111222
0=NT_V4
1=Netware_V4
2=Notes_V4
3=Exchange_V4
4=Documentum_V4
[NT_V4]
SecurityCode=1
Library=C:\Autonomy\idol\IDOLserver\serviceAlias\modules\mapped_security
Type=AUTONOMY_SECURITY_V4_NT_MAPPED
ReferenceField=*/AUTONOMYMETADATA
[Netware_V4]
SecurityCode=2
Library=C:\Autonomy\idol\IDOLserver\serviceAlias\modules\mapped_security
Type=AUTONOMY_SECURITY_V4_NETWARE_MAPPED
ReferenceField=*/AUTONOMYMETADATA
[Notes_V4]
SecurityCode=3
Library=C:\Autonomy\idol\IDOLserver\serviceAlias\modules\mapped_security
Type=AUTONOMY_SECURITY_V4_NOTES_MAPPED
ReferenceField=*/AUTONOMYMETADATA
[Exchange_V4]
SecurityCode=4
Library=C:\Autonomy\idol\IDOLserver\serviceAlias\modules\mapped_security
Type=AUTONOMY_SECURITY_V4_EXCHANGE_GRPS_MAPPED
ReferenceField=*/AUTONOMYMETADATA
[Documentum_V4]
SecurityCode=5
Library=C:\Autonomy\idol\IDOLserver\serviceAlias\modules\mapped_security
Type=AUTONOMY_SECURITY_V4_DOCUMENTUM_MAPPED
ReferenceField=*/AUTONOMYMETADATA
 
NOTE use the [FieldProcessing] and [MyProperty] sections to identify fields that determine the security type of documents and the processes to apply to these fields or documents.
NOTE if you run IDOL server on a UNIX platform, specify the LD_LIBRARY_PATH to ensure that IDOL server can find the shared objects that it requires to implement security.
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