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  1. Preface
  2. Understanding PowerExchange for Email Server
  3. Installation and Configuration
  4. Email Sources
  5. Email Sessions
  6. Datatype Reference
  7. Error Messages

PowerExchange for Email Server User Guide for PowerCenter

PowerExchange for Email Server User Guide for PowerCenter

Registering the Plug-in

Registering the Plug-in

After you complete the installation, register the plug-in with the repository. If you are upgrading from a previous version, update the plug-in registration when you register the plug-in.
To register the plug-in, the repository must be running in exclusive mode. Use the Administrator tool or the pmrep RegisterPlugin command line program to register the plug-in. If you do not have the correct privileges to register the plug-in, contact the user who manages the PowerCenter Repository Service.
The plug-in file is an .xml file that defines the functionality of the adapter. When you install the server component, the installer copies the plug-in file to the following directory:
<PowerCenter installation directory>/server/bin/plugin
The name of the plug-in file for PowerExchange for Email Server is
EmailServer.xml
.