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Set-SPEnterpriseSearchDCTMConnectorConfig

SharePoint 2013

Published: March 12, 2013

Applies to:  SharePoint Server 2013 

Configures the Microsoft SharePoint 2013 Indexing Connector for Documentum.

Set-SPEnterpriseSearchDCTMConnectorConfig -ACLTranslation <Nullable> -DisplayURLPatternForContainer <String> -DisplayURLPatternForDocument <String> -Shared <SwitchParameter> [-DFSURL <String>] [-PersistDCTMACL <Nullable>] [-UnmappedAccount <Nullable>] [-UserMappingTableDBName <String>] [-UserMappingTableName <String>] [-UserMappingTableSQLInstance <String>] [-UserMappingTableSQLServer <String>]
Set-SPEnterpriseSearchDCTMConnectorConfig -Repository <SwitchParameter> -RepositoryName <String> [-ACLTranslation <Nullable>] [-DFSWebServiceURL <String[]>] [-DisplayURLPatternForContainer <String>] [-DisplayURLPatternForDocument <String>] [-IndexAllVersions <SwitchParameter>] [-PersistDCTMACL <Nullable>] [-UnmappedAccount <Nullable>]
Set-SPEnterpriseSearchDCTMConnectorConfig -Remove <SwitchParameter> -RepositoryName <String>

Parameters

1

Parameter

Required

Type

Description

ACLTranslation

Required

System.Nullable

Specifies how the Documentum indexing connector processes security descriptors of the documents it crawls. It is an enumeration with four possible values:

UserMappingTable: This is the default value. Documentum security descriptors will be translated to Windows security descriptors based on the mappings defined in a user mapping table in a database. There can be only one Documentum user mapping table per SharePoint farm, and multiple SharePoint farms can reference the same mapping table. The parameters UserMappingTableSQLServer, UserMappingTableSQLInstance, and UserMappingTableName must be set using the Shared parameter set if the SharedACLTranslation type is UserMappingTable or if any repository's ACLTranslation type is UserMappingTable, even if the SharedACLTranslation type is not UserMappingTable. The UnMappedAccount parameter is optional when ACLTranslation type is UserMappingTable.

NoSecurity: Documentum security descriptors are ignored at crawl time. All documents from Documentum will be searchable by any SharePoint user. This option is intended to be used with a custom security trimming solution.

SameAccountName: Permissions to a document are granted using the Documentum account name in the Windows domain. This setting is used when users have the same username for both Documentum and Windows domain accounts, such as a shared account in Active Directory. If a document's security descriptor contains an account name that is not an existing Windows account, that security entry is ignored.

Claims: The Documentum security descriptor is encoded in a claims format. This is intended to be used with the Documentum custom security trimmer included with the indexing connector.

The ACLTranslation parameter must be supplied when the Shared parameter set is used. If this setting has not been configured using the Shared parameter set, you must supply this parameter when you use the Repository parameter set. If this setting has been configured using the Shared parameter set, then this parameter is optional when using the Repository parameter set.

A repository-specific setting overrides the Shared setting.

DisplayURLPatternForContainer

Required

System.String

This parameter sets the format of the display URL for Documentum folders and cabinets. The value of this parameter must be a valid URL. There are two placeholders that can be used in this URL:

{ObjectId} - This placeholder will be replaced with the Documentum object ID.

{RepositoryName} - This placeholder will be replaced with the Documentum repository name.

The following example is an example of a folder or cabinet which would be accessible from a Documentum Webtop server named "MyWebtopServer" on port 20000:

-DisplayURLPatternForContainer "http://MyWebtopServer:20000/webtop/drl/objectId/{ObjectId}"

This parameter must be supplied when the Shared parameter set is used. If this setting has not been configured using the Shared parameter set, you must supply this parameter when you use the Repository parameter set. If this setting has been configured using the Shared parameter set, then this parameter is optional when using the Repository parameter set.

A repository-specific setting overrides the Shared setting.

DisplayURLPatternForDocument

Required

System.String

This parameter sets the format of the display URL for Documentum documents. The value of this parameter must be a valid URL. There are three placeholders that can be used in this URL:

{ObjectId} - This placeholder will be replaced with the Documentum object ID.

{RepositoryName} - This placeholder will be replaced with the Documentum repository name.

{Format} - This placeholder will be replaced by the MIME type of the attachment to the document. If there is no attachment, this will be replaced with an empty string.

The following example is an example of a document which would be accessible from a Documentum Webtop server named "MyWebtopServer" on port 20000:

-DisplayURLPatternForContainer "http://MyWebtopServer:20000/webtop/drl/objectId/{ObjectId}/format/{Format}"

This parameter must be supplied when the Shared parameter set is used. If this setting has not been configured using the Shared parameter set, you must supply this parameter when you use the Repository parameter set. If this setting has been configured using the Shared parameter set, then this parameter is optional when using the Repository parameter set.

A repository-specific setting overrides the Shared setting.

Shared

Required

System.Management.Automation.SwitchParameter

Mandatory switch parameter for the shared configuration parameter set.

DFSURL

Optional

System.String

Specifies one or more DFS web service URLs for one or more repositories. The format of this parameter's value is a repository name followed by one or more DFS web service URLs, each separated with a single backslash. More than one repository can be specified by separating repositories by a double backslash. The following example specifies the DFS web service URLs of two repositories. Repository Alpha has one DFS web service URL and repository Beta has two:

-DFSURL "Alpha\http://dfsAlpha:10000/services\\Beta\http://dfsBetaOne:10000/services\http://dfsBetaTwo:10000/services"

This parameter may be used only with the Shared parameter set.

PersistDCTMACL

Optional

System.Nullable

This parameter is obsolete and has no function. You should not use this parameter.

UnmappedAccount

Optional

System.Nullable

This parameter is used only when the ACLTranslation mode is set to UserMappingTable. This parameter sets the behavior when a Documentum account is not found in the user mapping table. It is an enumeration with two possible values:

DiscardACE: This is the default value. The indexing connector for Documentum discards a Documentum account when no mapped Windows domain account is found. If there is any other mapped account for the document, the document will be crawled. If none of the Documentum accounts for a document can be mapped, the document will not be added to the search index and an error will be reported for this document in the crawl log.

AssumeSameAccount: If a Documentum account does not have a mapping in the user mapping table, the connector will try to map the Documentum account to an account in the Windows domain with the same username. If no such account exists, the security entry will be ignored.

This parameter may be used with both the Shared and Repository parameter sets.

A repository specific setting overrides the Shared setting.

UserMappingTableDBName

Optional

System.String

Name of the SQL Server database which contains the user mapping table.

This parameter may be used only with the Shared parameter set.

UserMappingTableName

Optional

System.String

Name of the user mapping table.

This parameter may be used only with the Shared parameter set.

UserMappingTableSQLInstance

Optional

System.String

Name of the SQL Server instance that contains the user mapping table.

This parameter may be used only with the Shared parameter set.

UserMappingTableSQLServer

Optional

System.String

Host name of the SQL Server that contains the user mapping table.

This parameter may be used only with the Shared parameter set.

2

Parameter

Required

Type

Description

ACLTranslation

Required

System.Nullable

Specifies how the Documentum indexing connector processes security descriptors of the documents it crawls. It is an enumeration with four possible values:

UserMappingTable: This is the default value. Documentum security descriptors will be translated to Windows security descriptors based on the mappings defined in a user mapping table in a database. There can be only one Documentum user mapping table per SharePoint farm, and multiple SharePoint farms can reference the same mapping table. The parameters UserMappingTableSQLServer, UserMappingTableSQLInstance, and UserMappingTableName must be set using the Shared parameter set if the SharedACLTranslation type is UserMappingTable or if any repository's ACLTranslation type is UserMappingTable, even if the SharedACLTranslation type is not UserMappingTable. The UnMappedAccount parameter is optional when ACLTranslation type is UserMappingTable.

NoSecurity: Documentum security descriptors are ignored at crawl time. All documents from Documentum will be searchable by any SharePoint user. This option is intended to be used with a custom security trimming solution.

SameAccountName: Permissions to a document are granted using the Documentum account name in the Windows domain. This setting is used when users have the same username for both Documentum and Windows domain accounts, such as a shared account in Active Directory. If a document's security descriptor contains an account name that is not an existing Windows account, that security entry is ignored.

Claims: The Documentum security descriptor is encoded in a claims format. This is intended to be used with the Documentum custom security trimmer included with the indexing connector.

The ACLTranslation parameter must be supplied when the Shared parameter set is used. If this setting has not been configured using the Shared parameter set, you must supply this parameter when you use the Repository parameter set. If this setting has been configured using the Shared parameter set, then this parameter is optional when using the Repository parameter set.

A repository-specific setting overrides the Shared setting.

DisplayURLPatternForContainer

Required

System.String

This parameter sets the format of the display URL for Documentum folders and cabinets. The value of this parameter must be a valid URL. There are two placeholders that can be used in this URL:

{ObjectId} - This placeholder will be replaced with the Documentum object ID.

{RepositoryName} - This placeholder will be replaced with the Documentum repository name.

The following example is an example of a folder or cabinet which would be accessible from a Documentum Webtop server named "MyWebtopServer" on port 20000:

-DisplayURLPatternForContainer "http://MyWebtopServer:20000/webtop/drl/objectId/{ObjectId}"

This parameter must be supplied when the Shared parameter set is used. If this setting has not been configured using the Shared parameter set, you must supply this parameter when you use the Repository parameter set. If this setting has been configured using the Shared parameter set, then this parameter is optional when using the Repository parameter set.

A repository-specific setting overrides the Shared setting.

DisplayURLPatternForDocument

Required

System.String

This parameter sets the format of the display URL for Documentum documents. The value of this parameter must be a valid URL. There are three placeholders that can be used in this URL:

{ObjectId} - This placeholder will be replaced with the Documentum object ID.

{RepositoryName} - This placeholder will be replaced with the Documentum repository name.

{Format} - This placeholder will be replaced by the MIME type of the attachment to the document. If there is no attachment, this will be replaced with an empty string.

The following example is an example of a document which would be accessible from a Documentum Webtop server named "MyWebtopServer" on port 20000:

-DisplayURLPatternForContainer "http://MyWebtopServer:20000/webtop/drl/objectId/{ObjectId}/format/{Format}"

This parameter must be supplied when the Shared parameter set is used. If this setting has not been configured using the Shared parameter set, you must supply this parameter when you use the Repository parameter set. If this setting has been configured using the Shared parameter set, then this parameter is optional when using the Repository parameter set.

A repository-specific setting overrides the Shared setting.

Repository

Required

System.Management.Automation.SwitchParameter

Mandatory switch parameter for the repository-specific configuration parameter set.

RepositoryName

Required

System.String

Supplies the repository name. This name is case sensitive and should match the Documentum repository name.

This parameter must be supplied when using either the Repository or Remove parameter set.

DFSWebServiceURL

Optional

System.String[]

Specifies the DFS web service URLs for the named repository.

This parameter is part of the Repository parameter set. If the specified repository has no DFS web service URLs, you must supply this parameter with at least one DFS web service URL. If the specified repository has one or more DFS web service URL, this parameter is optional.

IndexAllVersions

Optional

System.Management.Automation.SwitchParameter

If this parameter is set to True, all versions of all documents for the named repository will be indexed instead of just the current version. You should specify this parameter only if you have a specific requirement to index all versions of a document.

This parameter may be used only with the Repository parameter set.

PersistDCTMACL

Optional

System.Nullable

This parameter is obsolete and has no function. You should not use this parameter.

UnmappedAccount

Optional

System.Nullable

This parameter is used only when the ACLTranslation mode is set to UserMappingTable. This parameter sets the behavior when a Documentum account is not found in the user mapping table. It is an enumeration with two possible values:

DiscardACE: This is the default value. The indexing connector for Documentum discards a Documentum account when no mapped Windows domain account is found. If there is any other mapped account for the document, the document will be crawled. If none of the Documentum accounts for a document can be mapped, the document will not be added to the search index and an error will be reported for this document in the crawl log.

AssumeSameAccount: If a Documentum account does not have a mapping in the user mapping table, the connector will try to map the Documentum account to an account in the Windows domain with the same username. If no such account exists, the security entry will be ignored.

This parameter may be used with both the Shared and Repository parameter sets.

A repository specific setting overrides the Shared setting.

3

Parameter

Required

Type

Description

Remove

Required

System.Management.Automation.SwitchParameter

Mandatory switch parameter for the repository removal parameter set.

Repository

Required

System.Management.Automation.SwitchParameter

Mandatory switch parameter for the repository-specific configuration parameter set.

RepositoryName

Required

System.String

Supplies the repository name. This name is case sensitive and should match the Documentum repository name.

This parameter must be supplied when using either the Repository or Remove parameter set.

Detailed Description

Use this cmdlet to configure the Indexing Connector for Documentum.

Important Important:

Before you run the cmdlet, you may have to perform other procedures. Which procedures you must perform depends on which connector configuration mode you choose. For more information, see Configure and use the Documentum connector in SharePoint Server 2013.

This cmdlet contains more than one parameter set. You may only use parameters from one parameter set, and you may not combine parameters from different parameter sets. For more information about how to use parameter sets, see Cmdlet Parameter Sets.

Input Types

Return Types

------------------EXAMPLE 1-----------------

Set-SPEnterpriseSearchDCTMConnectorConfig -Shared -ACLTranslation UserMappingTable -DisplayURLPatternForContainer "http://WebTopServer:20000/webtop/component/drl?objectId={ObjectId}&RepositoryName={RepositoryName}" -DisplayURLPatternForDocument "http://WebTopServer:20000/webtop/component/drl?objectId={ObjectId}&format={Format}&RepositoryName={RepositoryName}" -UnmappedAccount "DiscardACE" -UserMappingTableSQLServer "YourDatabaseServerName" -UserMappingTableSQLInstance "YourDatabaseInstanceName" -UserMappingTableDBName "YourMappingDatabaseName" -UserMappingTableName "YourMappingTableName"
Set-SPEnterpriseSearchDCTMConnectorConfig -Repository -RepositoryName "RepositoryOne" -DFSWebServiceURL @("http://DFSWebServices:30000/services", "http://DFSWebServices2:30000/services")
Set-SPEnterpriseSearchDCTMConnectorConfig -Repository -RepositoryName "RepositoryTwo" -DFSWebServiceURL @("http://DFSWebServices:30000/services")

This example configures the Indexing Connector for Documentum to index two repositories, RepositoryOne, and RepositoryTwo. The connector is configured to use a user mapping table, and common display URL patterns are set. The repositories and their respective DFS web service URLs are then added to the configuration.

------------------EXAMPLE 2-----------------

Set-SPEnterpriseSearchDCTMConnectorConfig -Shared -ACLTranslation UserMappingTable -DisplayURLPatternForContainer "http://WebTopServer:20000/webtop/component/drl?objectId={ObjectId}&RepositoryName={RepositoryName}" -DisplayURLPatternForDocument "http://WebTopServer:20000/webtop/component/drl?objectId={ObjectId}&format={Format}&RepositoryName={RepositoryName}" -UnmappedAccount "DiscardACE" -UserMappingTableSQLServer "YourDatabaseServerName" -UserMappingTableSQLInstance "YourDatabaseInstanceName" -UserMappingTableDBName "YourMappingDatabaseName" -UserMappingTableName "YourMappingTableName"
Set-SPEnterpriseSearchDCTMConnectorConfig -Repository -RepositoryName "RepositoryOne" -DFSWebServiceURL @("http://DFSWebServices:30000/services", "http://DFSWebServices2:30000/services")
Set-SPEnterpriseSearchDCTMConnectorConfig -Repository -RepositoryName "RepositoryTwo" -DFSWebServiceURL @("http://DFSWebServices:30000/services") -ACLTranslation SameAccountName
Set-SPEnterpriseSearchDCTMConnectorConfig -Repository -RepositoryName "RepositoryThree" -DFSWebServiceURL @("http://DFSWebServices2:30000/services") -ACLTranslation Claims

This example configures the Documentum indexing connector to index three repositories, RepositoryOne, RepositoryTwo and RepositoryThree. The connector is configured to use a user mapping table, and common display URL patterns are set. The repositories and their respective DFS web service URLs are then added to the configuration. The repositories are individually configured, with their DFS web service URLs and the ACLTranslation settings of RepositoryTwo and RepositoryThree are overridden.

Any repositories that are subsequently added will use the user mapping table, unless that setting is overridden.

------------------EXAMPLE 3-----------------

Set-SPEnterpriseSearchDCTMConnectorConfig -Remove -RepositoryName "RepositoryTwo"

This example assumes you have run the PowerShell commands as listed in Example 2. This example removes RepositoryTwo from the configuration.

------------------EXAMPLE 4-----------------

Set-SPEnterpriseSearchDCTMConnectorConfig -Shared -ACLTranslation UserMappingTable -DisplayURLPatternForContainer "http://WebTopServer:20000/webtop/component/drl?objectId={ObjectId}&RepositoryName={RepositoryName}" -DisplayURLPatternForDocument "http://WebTopServer:20000/webtop/component/drl?objectId={ObjectId}&format={Format}&RepositoryName={RepositoryName}" -UnmappedAccount "DiscardACE" -UserMappingTableSQLServer "YourDatabaseServerName" -UserMappingTableSQLInstance "YourDatabaseInstanceName" -UserMappingTableDBName "YourMappingDatabaseName" -UserMappingTableName "YourMappingTableName"Set-SPEnterpriseSearchDCTMConnectorConfig -Remove -RepositoryName "RepositoryTwo"
Set-SPEnterpriseSearchDCTMConnectorConfig -Repository -RepositoryName "RepositoryOne" -DFSWebServiceURL @("http://DFSWebServices:30000/services", "http://DFSWebServices2:30000/services") -DisplayURLPatternForContainer "http://DifferentWebTopServer:20000/webtop/component/drl?objectId={ObjectId}&RepositoryName={RepositoryName}" -DisplayURLPatternForDocument "http://DifferentWebTopServer:20000/webtop/component/drl?objectId={ObjectId}&format={Format}&RepositoryName={RepositoryName}"
Set-SPEnterpriseSearchDCTMConnectorConfig -Repository -RepositoryName "RepositoryTwo" -DFSWebServiceURL @("http://DFSWebServices:30000/services") -ACLTranslation SameAccountName
Set-SPEnterpriseSearchDCTMConnectorConfig -Repository -RepositoryName "RepositoryThree" -DFSWebServiceURL @("http://DFSWebServices2:30000/services") -ACLTranslation NoSecurity -IndexAllVersions

This example specifies different display URL patterns for RepositoryOne, and it sets the IndexAllVersions switch parameter for RepositoryThree.

------------------EXAMPLE 5-----------------

Set-SPEnterpriseSearchDCTMConnectorConfig -Shared -ACLTranslation Claims -DisplayURLPatternForContainer "http://WebTopServer:20000/webtop/component/drl?objectId={ObjectId}&RepositoryName={RepositoryName}" -DisplayURLPatternForDocument "http://WebTopServer:20000/webtop/component/drl?objectId={ObjectId}&format={Format}&RepositoryName={RepositoryName}" -DFSURL "RepositoryOne\http://DFSWebServices:10000/services\\RepositoryTwo\http://DFSWebServices2:20000/services\http://DFSWebServices3:30000/services"

This example uses a single cmdlet invocation to fully configure two repositories.

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