Administration and Monitoring Console
The Administration and Monitoring Console is a Web interface available to the user of the Application Server and provides access to the server via an Internet browser. The console can be opened on any computer that can access the Application Server by typing http://<AppServer>/FlexiCapture12/Monitoring in the browser, where <AppServer> should be replaced with the name of the computer on which the Application Server is installed.
The Administration and Monitoring Console is launched immediately after the Application Server is installed, enabling the Operator to establish a database connection and set up access permissions for tenants.
The Administration and Monitoring Console also lets you monitor ABBYY FlexiCapture by viewing processing statistics and generating productivity reports and processing reports. Based on this data, you can make changes to the configuration of FlexiCapture or re-allocates resources.
User roles and permissions
ABBYY FlexiCapture 12 has a multitenancy feature that enables independent use by multiple users. Each of these users, called tenants, has its own projects, batches, user accounts and groups, and cannot access the data of other tenants.
If you use multiple tenants, the System Administrator will be responsible for installing FlexiCapture, setting it up, performing maintenance and insuring productivity. The System Administrator has permissions for:
- Managing the main license
- Creating and managing the database
- Creating, editing and deleting tenants
- Viewing reports on the productivity of FlexiCapture
In addition to setting up and managing tenants, the System Administrator can set up document processing workflows in the default tenant. This includes:
- Creating user accounts and user groups
- Managing projects and batches
- Viewing processing productivity reports and Operator reports
- Creating custom reports
Note: The System Administrator does not have access to information about users in other tenants.
When creating a tenant, the System Administrator specifies the e-mail address of the user who will receive Tenant Administrator permissions. Tenant Administrators manage the processing of documents within their tenants, but cannot manage other tenants and do not have access to their data and database settings.
A Tenant Administrator has the following permissions within his/her tenant:
- Creating user accounts, user groups and additional user accounts with Tenant Administrator permissions
- Granting permissions to users
- Managing projects and batches
- Monitoring document processing
- Viewing reports on processing productivity and Operator performance
Monitoring Operators insure compliance with SLAs and use reports to evaluate productivity.
Users can create user accounts and request roles and permissions for projects. Users can:
- Work on stations
- Request additional permissions
- Change the data they specified when creating their account
Note: License information can only be viewed when the Processing Server is running. If the Processing Server isn't running, the following message will be displayed instead of the license information: Data could not be accessed.
Note: Only the System Administrator can view information about the main license, and only Tenant Administrators can view information about tenant licenses.
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