In order for a user to work on the files in Enterprise Server using Content Station, Smart Connection or Smart Mover, they need to log in to an instance of Enterprise Server.
They do this by choosing a Server from the Server list in the Sign In window.
Figure: A list of Servers in the Server list of the Sign In window in Content Station
The Server instances from which the user can choose are defined in the WWSettings.xml file that is installed on the system on which the user is working.
Info: Running Enterprise Server 10 on macOS is only supported on Enterprise Server version 10.8 or lower.
- /Library/Application Support/WoodWing
Note: This folder is hidden by default. To display this folder, change the folder options. (See the Windows Help file.)
Important: Make sure to validate the WWSettings.xml file for correct content. See Validating the WWSettings.xml file.
The Enterprise Server instances are added to the list by defining them between the
<SCEnt:Servers> </SCEnt:Servers> tags.
Note: This list is used by all applications that can log in to Enterprise and may therefore include settings for these applications.
The following syntax is used:
<SCEnt:ServerInfo name="name" url="URL"/>
- name is the name as it will appear in the list
- url is the URL to the instance of Enterprise Server