RM11 FAQ - Web Publisher

Last Modified: 3rd Jan 2013
Category: Bibliography > Reference Manager
Platform: Win 2000 Win XP
Version: 11
Article Ref.: A9DE
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Reference Manager A9DE Important Points about Web Publisher Listed below are some important points about the Web Publisher feature in Reference Manager 11: * Reference Manager Web Publisher cannot be run as a 'service' on a server. Note: Although it is possible to run Web Publisher without Reference Manager 11 being open, it is necessary to remain logged into the machine on which the Web Publisher is running in order for the web server to operate. If this is not practical for your systems or IT policy then we recommend that you install and run Web Publisher on a separate Windows machine which does not host critical systems. Reference Manager Web Publisher can be run on any Windows 2000 or XP machine on your network and does not require a server edition of Microsoft Windows. * When exposing any web site outside a controlled environment (either through an intranet or the internet), there is inherent security risk. In these situations, a firewall and/or other security precautions are strongly recommended for use with Reference Manager Web Publisher. * Before enabling Web Publisher, consult your network administrator, your firewall or other security applications documentation, or another network professional. * The IP address of the computer with the Reference Manager 11 installation and a port number are required to use Web Publisher. * The computer running Reference Manager 11 and Web Publisher must be on for the Web Publisher web site to be available. * The computer running Web Publisher must have persistent access to Internet or intranet via TCP/IP. * When Web Publisher is enabled, at least one instance of RM11.exe and at least two instances of Apache.exe will appear in the "Processes" tab of Windows Task Manager. This is normal, and is required in order to support web access to published databases. * You can publish up to fifteen databases with Web Publisher. * Databases can be published with Read-Only or Read-Write Access rights. * Each published database maintains its own unique database definition. * Opening published databases with Read-Write Exclusive access in Reference Manager 11 prevents access to the database from the Web Publisher web site. ReferenceManager Win 2000 11 en Y

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