You can configure general, Metadata Manager Service, database, configuration, connection pool, advanced, and custom properties for the Metadata Manager Service.
After you create a Metadata Manager Service, you can configure it. After you configure Metadata Manager Service properties, you must disable and enable the Metadata Manager Service for the changes to take effect.
Use the Administrator tool to configure the following Metadata Manager Service properties:
General properties. Include the name and description of the service, the license object for the service, and the node where the service runs.
Metadata Manager Service properties. Include port numbers for the Metadata Manager application and the Metadata Manager Agent, and the Metadata Manager file location.
Database properties. Include database properties for the Metadata Manager repository.
Configuration properties. Include the HTTP security protocol and keystore file, and maximum concurrent and queued requests to the Metadata Manager application.
Connection pool properties. Metadata Manager maintains a connection pool for connections to the Metadata Manager repository. Connection pool properties include the number of active available connections to the Metadata Manager repository database and the amount of time that Metadata Manager holds database connection requests in the connection pool.
Advanced properties. Include properties for the Java Virtual Manager (JVM) memory settings, and Metadata Manager Browse and Load tab options.
SAML configuration. Configure the options to use a SAML authentication for Metadata Manager.
Custom properties. Configure custom properties that are unique to specific environments.
If you update any of the properties, restart the Metadata Manager Service for the modifications to take effect.