The Web Integrations -> Applications and Licenses administration page allows for the configuration of application servers, also referred to as targets, and to view overall license usage.
The Applications tab also allows for the creation of PIM / application-specific channels except it’s recommended to do this from the Provisioning -> Content Management administration page instead for channel content that is to be provisioned.
The Applications tab will at a minimum list the set of loaded PIMs with “sample” targets that are ready to be configured.
This screen allows registration of new Applications by clicking the new button. Right-clicking on a registered Application displays a menu to modify or delete the application, and the list of helpers to create channels specific to this type of application.
Think of a registered application as an application target. This combines the type of application, generic or PIM specific, along with the protocol, host, and port. Each target also has a name for convenience.
The columns shown are:
Use the New button or right-click an existing registered application to Modify.
The General tab contains the required information for this application target and consists of the following:
Some applications may only be accessible to the enPortal server via a proxy. It is possible to configure a proxy using the Proxy tab when Adding or Editing a Target.
Certain PIMs may require additional configuration parameters, or information specific to this target may be needed, and these name/value pairs can be entered here.
The License Usage tab can be used to keep track of overall PIM licenses. This page shows the following columns with an entry per PIM and for Generic for system provided generic proxy capability. Depending on the license file some licenses may be shared versus PIM specific.