Configuration

Updated date: 10 April 2017
Since the Spring 2011 (3.2) version, the default installation location of Octopus is in the following directory:
Updated date: 10 April 2017
This article explains the possible parameters allowing you to launch a web pages for the Web Portal with predefined options. Controlling the options this way can be useful if you have an intranet and you want to offer links to direct pages on the Web Portal.
Updated date: 12 September 2019
Related Articles User Management Introduction 
Updated date: 20 February 2018
The Octopus Web Portail is a very important element that allows users to open their requests on their own. To make it more user friendly, it is possible for users to launch the Octoups Web Portal without having to enter their username and password. 
Updated date: 31 October 2018
Site management now being more complete, this article will help users better define roles of each columns related to sites and subsites.
Updated date: 10 April 2017
A regular expression is a string of characters used to describe a set of possible character strings according to a specific syntax.      Regular expressions are used within Octopus to control the manipulation of text. 
Updated date: 10 April 2017
This article contains the basic model of the reference data of the section General.
Updated date: 23 January 2020
The Access Management Solution provides a frame of rules and principles that lead to sound management of accesses to informational assets. It helps to formalize, in Octopus, the accesses granted or revoked, either as part of the arrival of a new employee, a departure, or simply in a request to add...
Updated date: 2 August 2019
Related Articles Conversion to custom fields - starting with 4.2.270
Updated date: 29 October 2019
In the past, the access level of an Octopus user was determined by the selection of permissions from a list of all the permissions available. The modification of the permissions had to be done manually for each Octopus user.  From version 3.8 and beyond, we are introducing the notion of...

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