This guide is if you have already decided that you want to try KIM on your local machine.
In this section
This document discusses the various configuration options of the KIM Platform. Most of the configuration files are located in the config folder. The format of the files is the simple standard Java properties format.
|Setting up the environment||Information about the possible hardware configurations of the server(s) that host KIM and how to configure the JVM.|
|Configuring the repositories||Information about how to select and configure your semantic and document repositories.|
|Enabling or disabling the integrated servlet container||Information about how to enable or disable Jetty.|
|Configuring remote connection||Information about how to enable remote connection to the server using Java RMI.|
|Population||The tool for populating a KIM Server with documents.|
|Web applications||Information about KIM web applications and how to install and maintain them.|
|RDF tools||The tools for importing RDF from a variety of formats and for exporting results into RDF XML or N-Triple files.|
|KIM extensions||A list of KIM plug-ins.|
|Configuring Logging|| Your primary source for getting information when experience trouble running KIM.
|KIM Server Backup and Restore||Instructions how to backup and restore the KIM server.|
|KIM Server clear cache guide||Instructions how to clear the already generated indexes and all kinds of cache, as well as the logs, in order to be able to more easily diagnose if problems arise.|
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