Step 4. Initializing Enterprise Server plug-ins
This is step 4 of performing a minor upgrade of Enterprise Server 9. (See a list of all steps)
Purpose of this step
Initializing the Enterprise Server plug-ins is necessary because much of the functionality of Enterprise Server is based on the functionality of Server plug-ins. During the initialization process, the available Server plug-in folders are accessed and the plug-ins that are found are added to the database.
Note: Registering Server plug-ins needs to be done when:
Steps to follow
Step 1. (Optional) Copy any customized and/or new Server plug-ins from the current Server to the new upgraded Server. Location:
- For Server plug-ins: <server path>/server/plugins
- For custom plug-ins: <server path>/config/plugins
Step 2. In Enterprise Server, click Server Plug-ins in the Maintenance menu or on the Home page.
The Server Plug-ins page appears and any installed plug-ins will be automatically registered.
Note: Because the plug-ins are registered while the page is opened, the process of opening the page can take a few moments.
Step 3. Make sure that the required plug-ins are enabled. If needed, resolve any conflicts.
Note: Normally, no conflicts should arise and no further action will be required after accessing the page.
Step 5. Upgrading Solr