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Collaborator Server

This chapter describes how to setup and manage the server component of Collaborator. It is useful for system administrators. Regular users of Collaborator should refer to Web Client or Desktop Clients sections instead.

Collaborator server process acts as the hub, manager, and controller of information. The server has a web-based user interface where users and administrators can do everything — create and perform reviews, configure personal and system-wide settings and run reports. The server uses a database to store all data and configuration.

In This Section

Installation
Covers different aspects of server and database installation, backup and upgrade.
Server Administration
Covers different aspects of server management and administration.
Collaborator Settings 
Describes how to configure the Collaborator server.

Related Topics of Interest

Web Client
Describes the web user interface of Collaborator.
Desktop Clients
Describes GUI Client, Command-Line Client, plugins for Eclipse, Microsoft Visual Studio and other clients for desktops.



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