PingAuthorize Server directories, files, and tools
Directories, files, and tools Description
README README file that describes the steps to set up and start PingAuthorize Server.
bak Stores the physical backup files used with the backup command-line tool.
bat Stores Windows-based command-line tools for PingAuthorize Server.
bin Stores UNIX/Linux-based command-line tools for PingAuthorize Server.
build-info.txt Contains build and version information for PingAuthorize Server.
collector Used by the server to make monitored statistics available to PingDataMetrics Server.
config Stores the configuration files for the backends (admin, config) as well as the directories for messages, schema, tools, and updates.
docs Provides the product documentation.
extensions Stores Server SDK extensions.
ldif Serves as the default location for LDIF exports and imports.
legal Stores any legal notices for dependent software used with PingAuthorize Server.
lib Stores any scripts, jar, and library files needed for the server and its extensions.
locks Stores any lock files in the backends.
logs Stores log files for PingAuthorize Server.
metrics Stores the metrics that can be gathered for this server and surfaced in PingDataMetrics Server.
resource Stores supporting files such as default policies, a sample server profile template, and MIB files for SNMP.
revert-update The revert-update tool for UNIX/Linux systems.
revert-update.bat The revert-update tool for Windows systems.
setup The setup tool for UNIX/Linux systems.
setup.bat The setup tool for Windows systems.
tmp Stores temporary files and directories used by the server, including extracted WAR files and compiled JSP files used by Web Application Extensions.
uninstall The uninstall tool for UNIX/Linux systems.
uninstall.bat The uninstall tool for Windows systems.
update The update tool for UNIX/Linux systems.
update.bat The update tool for Windows systems.
velocity Stores any customized Velocity templates and other artifacts (CSS, Javascript, images), or Velocity applications hosted by the server.
webapps Stores web application files such as the administrative console.