Various parts and features of Content Station can be configured to suit your needs. This can be done in the following ways:
- By enabling or disabling features in the Management Console
- By manually modifying configuration files
Enabling or disabling features in the Management Console
Info: This feature requires Content Station 11.18 or higher.
To ease the process of configuring Content Station, certain features can be enabled or disabled through the Management Console.
Step 1. In Enterprise Server, access the Management Console for Content Station.
Click Integrations > Content Station
Step 2. In the menu, choose Features.
The Features page appears, showing all features that can be enabled or disabled through this page.
Figure: The Features page in the Management Console can be used for enabling or disabling specific features.
Step 3. For each feature, verify if it needs to be enabled or disabled.
The following table shows how the features are mapped to Enterprise Server options:
Step 4. Let the Content Station users log out and log back in for these changes to take effect.
Manually modifying configuration files
Configuring Content Station can also be done by directly modifying the configuration files that are part of the Enterprise Server instance in which Content Station is installed:
- configserver.php file. This file is used for configuring settings for all Content Station users who log in to that Server. It is stored in the following location:
<Enterprise Server path>/Enterprise/config
- config.js file. This file is used for configuring general Content Station settings. This is typically done when installing Content Station. The file is part of the Content Station installation on Enterprise Server:
<Enterprise Server path>/Enterprise/contentstation
- config.php file. This file is part of the Content Station Server plug-in on Enterprise Server. It is used for configuring various settings. It is stored in the following location:
<Enterprise Server path>/Enterprise/contentstation/plugins/ContentStation
Tip: To edit these files, open them in a plain-text editor such as Notepad, TextEdit, or TextWrangler.
- 8 August 2018: Added information about the Features page.