Configure the conf.xml for MongoDB Secured Authentication - Fluid Topics - 3.8

Install Fluid Topics on Multiple Servers

Product
Fluid Topics
FT_Version
3.8
Platform
RHEL
Category
Technical Notes
language
English

Once the secured authentication is enabled on the MongoDB server, update the conf.xml file on the Indexing server, on the Back Office Server, and on the Front server:

  1. Edit the following file:

    As root user

    /usr/local/afs7/conf/conf.xml

  2. It must look as follows:

    <?xml version='1.0' encoding='iso-8859-1'?>
    <afs:conf xmlns:afs="http://ref.antidot.net/v7/afs#">
    <afs:PaF>
    <afs:PaFManager>
    <afs:maxQueueSize value="0"/>
    <afs:Mongo>
    <afs:connectionString value="mongodb://$USER_NAME:$PASSWORD@$MONGODB_SERVER_HOSTNAME:27017"/>
    </afs:Mongo>
    </afs:PaFManager>
    </afs:PaF>
    <afs:ContentRepository>
    ...
    <afs:Nerada>
    ...
    <afs:Mongo>
    <afs:connectionString value="mongodb://$USER_NAME:$PASSWORD@$MONGODB_SERVER_HOSTNAME:27017"/>
    </afs:Mongo>
    </afs:Nerada>
    </afs:ContentRepository>
    <afs:LogManager>
    ...
    </afs:LogManager>
    </afs:conf>

If $PASSWORD contains special characters, then it must be encoded in accordance with the following nomenclature: https://www.w3schools.com/tags/ref_urlencode.asp
Example: myUserAdmin2:abc#!!!!@123 should be myUserAdmin2:abc%23%21%21%21%21%40123