This section describes Microsoft Commerce Server 2000 resources, sites, applications, and Web servers. It describes the Administration database, including how it is created and updated. It also describes the relationship between Commerce Server and Microsoft Internet Information Services (IIS) 5.0. It explains how to set up a computer to be used for administration only.
This section contains:
- Administration Tools. Lists and describes the tools used to maintain Commerce Server.
- Using Commerce Server Manager. Describes Commerce Server Manager and explains how to start it.
- About Resources, Sites, Applications, and Web Servers. Describes resources, sites, applications, and Web servers, which are the Commerce Server objects in the Microsoft Management Console (MMC).
- About Commerce Server Databases. Describes the Commerce Server database, and the data that each database contains.
- Setting Database Connection Strings. Lists the Commerce Server connection strings, and explains how to set them.
- Using Commerce Server and IIS. Describes the Web server properties you can set in both Commerce Server and IIS, and describes how properties are inherited from IIS to Commerce Server.
- Installing Administration Tools Only. Explains what an administration-only computer is, and how to set up this type of computer.
- About Data Transformation Services. Lists and describes the Data Transformation Services (DTS) tasks that are included with Commerce Server.
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