enaio® repository-manager

Valid for: enaio® version 10.0

enaio® repository-manager was newly implemented for version 10.0 as a microservice. Configuration dialogs can be called with the installation of the 'repositorymanager' microservices. For the most part, previous configurations via configuration files are no longer needed.

The previous SAP client component will now be installed much more easily via an MSI package. Existing installations need to be replaced by the MSI installation.

You do not need to make changes to the connectors 'data2ecm/jump2ecm/data2s/jump2s' or migrate data.

A new addition is the ILM interface for filing and managing data with retention management features. The object definition must be extended for the information lifecycle management. A corresponding object definition is available.

Corresponding adjustments in SAP have to be made.


The 'repositorymanager' microservice is installed via enaio® service-manager for enaio® repository-manager. The microservices 'dms' and 'license' and enaio® appconnector are also required.

You only need to adjust the configuration file repositorymanager-prod.yml if the microservices 'dms' and 'repositorymanager' are not installed on a server or if a different directory should be specified for the working directory (default: <datadirectory_servicemanager>\rmworking-dir)). This working directory must be changed before the service is first launched if the default should not or cannot be used. If enaio® appconnector is installed on another server, then its address must be specified (parameter: enaio.osrest.server).

It is also possible to make further optional configuration settings in the configuration file repositorymanager-prod.yml. A commented template is also installed and can be found under \<work-dir>\config-example*.*.

It is configured via configuration dialogs, which are accessed under the following URL: https://<service-manager>:8010/login (default password: optimal). The default port is '8010.' If it is changed, the call must be made via the corresponding port.

Use the configuration dialog to enter the known values that already had to be entered for version 9.10 in configuration files: licenses, repository mappings, content server configuration.

You also open the KGS configuration dialog (default user: admin, password: admin) via the configuration dialog and enter again there the values that were already entered for version 9.10 in the KGS configuration.

SAP Client Component

The new SAP client component is installed as an MSI package. The MSI package can be found under \Prerequisites\RepositorymanagerClientComponents\ in the installation data. Existing installations need to be replaced by the MSI installation.


The corresponding ILM parameters for the ILM interface are specified in the configuration dialog and KGS configuration dialog: ILMLicenseKey, ILM Repository, ILM User/Password.

The object definition must also be extended. A corresponding object definition file is installed in the \obj-def\ directory in the working directory. The additional ILM object types are integrated via enaio® editor.

Corresponding adjustments in ILM have to be made.