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From kwri...@apache.org
Subject svn commit: r1837875 [2/3] - in /manifoldcf/trunk: ./ connectors/ connectors/mongodb/ site/src/documentation/content/xdocs/en_US/ site/src/documentation/resources/images/en_US/
Date Sat, 11 Aug 2018 18:23:10 GMT
Modified: manifoldcf/trunk/site/src/documentation/content/xdocs/en_US/end-user-documentation.xml
URL: http://svn.apache.org/viewvc/manifoldcf/trunk/site/src/documentation/content/xdocs/en_US/end-user-documentation.xml?rev=1837875&r1=1837874&r2=1837875&view=diff
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--- manifoldcf/trunk/site/src/documentation/content/xdocs/en_US/end-user-documentation.xml (original)
+++ manifoldcf/trunk/site/src/documentation/content/xdocs/en_US/end-user-documentation.xml Sat Aug 11 18:23:09 2018
@@ -26,189 +26,189 @@
         <section id="overview">
             <title>Overview</title>
             <p>This manual is intended for an end-user of ManifoldCF.  It is assumed that the Framework has been properly installed, either by you or by a system integrator,
-                   with all required services running and desired connection types properly registered.  If you think you need to know how to do that yourself, please visit the "Developer Resources" page.
+                with all required services running and desired connection types properly registered.  If you think you need to know how to do that yourself, please visit the "Developer Resources" page.
             </p>
             <p>Most of this manual describes how to use the ManifoldCF user interface.  On a standard ManifoldCF deployment, you would reach that interface by giving your browser
-                  a URL something like this: <code>http://my-server-name:8345/mcf-crawler-ui</code>.  This will, of course, differ from system to system.  Please contact your system administrator
-                  to find out what URL is appropriate for your environment.
+                a URL something like this: <code>http://my-server-name:8345/mcf-crawler-ui</code>.  This will, of course, differ from system to system.  Please contact your system administrator
+                to find out what URL is appropriate for your environment.
             </p>
             <p>The ManifoldCF UI has been tested with Firefox and various incarnations of Internet Explorer.  If you use another browser, there is a small chance that the UI
-                  will not work properly.  Please let your system integrator know if you find any browser incompatibility problems.</p>
+                will not work properly.  Please let your system integrator know if you find any browser incompatibility problems.</p>
             <p>When you enter the Framework user interface the first time, you will first be asked to log in:</p>
             <br/><br/>
             <figure src="images/en_US/login.PNG" alt="Login Screen" width="80%"/>
             <br/><br/>
             <p>Enter the login user name and password for your system.  By default, the user name is "admin" and the password is "admin", although your
-                  system administrator can (and should) change this.  Then, click the "Login" button.  If you entered the correct credentials, you should see a
-                  screen that looks something like this:</p>
+                system administrator can (and should) change this.  Then, click the "Login" button.  If you entered the correct credentials, you should see a
+                screen that looks something like this:</p>
             <br/><br/>
             <figure src="images/en_US/welcome-screen.PNG" alt="Welcome Screen" width="80%"/>
             <br/><br/>
             <p>On the left, there are menu options you can select.  The main pane on the right shows a welcome message, but depending on what you select on the left, the contents of the main pane
-                  will change.  Before you try to accomplish anything, please take a moment to read the descriptions below of the menu selections, and thus get an idea of how the Framework works
-                  as a whole.
+                will change.  Before you try to accomplish anything, please take a moment to read the descriptions below of the menu selections, and thus get an idea of how the Framework works
+                as a whole.
             </p>
             <section id="outputs">
                 <title>Defining Output Connections</title>
                 <p>The Framework UI's left-side menu contains a link for listing output connections.  An output connection is a connection to a system or place where documents fetched from various
-                       repositories can be written to.  This is often a search engine.</p>
+                    repositories can be written to.  This is often a search engine.</p>
                 <p>All jobs must specify an output connection.  You can create an output connection by clicking the "List Output Connections" link in the left-side navigation menu.  When you do this, the
-                       following screen will appear:</p>
+                    following screen will appear:</p>
                 <br/><br/>
                 <figure src="images/en_US/list-output-connections.PNG" alt="List Output Connections" width="80%"/>
                 <br/><br/>
                 <p>On a freshly created system, there may well be no existing output connections listed.  If there are already output connections, they will be listed on this screen, along with links that allow
-                      you to view, edit, or delete them.  To create a new output connection, click the "Add new output connection" link at the bottom.  The following screen will then appear:</p>
+                    you to view, edit, or delete them.  To create a new output connection, click the "Add new output connection" link at the bottom.  The following screen will then appear:</p>
                 <br/><br/>
                 <figure src="images/en_US/add-new-output-connection-name.PNG" alt="Add New Output Connection, specify Name" width="80%"/>
                 <br/><br/>
                 <p>The tabs across the top each present a different view of your output connection.  Each tab allows you to edit a different characteristic of that connection.  The exact set of tabs you see
-                       depends on the connection type you choose for the connection.</p>
+                    depends on the connection type you choose for the connection.</p>
                 <p>Start by giving your connection a name and a description.  Remember that all output connection names must be unique, and cannot be changed after the connection is defined.  The name must be
-                       no more than 32 characters long.  The description can be up to 255 characters long.  When you are done, click on the "Type" tab.  The Type tab for the connection will then appear:</p>
+                    no more than 32 characters long.  The description can be up to 255 characters long.  When you are done, click on the "Type" tab.  The Type tab for the connection will then appear:</p>
                 <br/><br/>
                 <figure src="images/en_US/add-new-output-connection-type.PNG" alt="Add New Output Connection, select Type" width="80%"/>
                 <br/><br/>
                 <p>The list of output connection types in the pulldown box, and what they are each called, is determined by your system integrator.  The configuration tabs for each different kind of output connection
-                       type are described in separate sections below.</p>
+                    type are described in separate sections below.</p>
                 <p>After you choose an output connection type, click the "Continue" button at the bottom of the pane.  You will then see all the tabs appropriate for that kind of connection appear, and a
-                       "Save" button will also appear at the bottom of the pane.  You <b>must</b> click the "Save" button when you are done in order to create your connection.  If you click "Cancel" instead, the new connection
-                       will not be created.  (The same thing will happen if you click on any of the navigation links in the left-hand pane.)</p>
+                    "Save" button will also appear at the bottom of the pane.  You <b>must</b> click the "Save" button when you are done in order to create your connection.  If you click "Cancel" instead, the new connection
+                    will not be created.  (The same thing will happen if you click on any of the navigation links in the left-hand pane.)</p>
                 <p>Every output connection has a "Throttling" tab.  The tab looks like this:</p>
                 <br/><br/>
                 <figure src="images/en_US/output-throttling.PNG" alt="Output Connection Throttling" width="80%"/>
                 <br/><br/>
                 <p>On this tab, you can specify only one thing: how many open connections are allowed at any given time to the system the output connection talks with.  This restriction helps prevent
-                       that system from being overloaded, or in some cases exceeding its license limitations.  Conversely, making this number larger allows for greater overall throughput.  The default
-                       value is 10, which may not be optimal for all types of output connections.  Please refer to the section of the manual describing your output connection type for more precise
-                       recommendations.
+                    that system from being overloaded, or in some cases exceeding its license limitations.  Conversely, making this number larger allows for greater overall throughput.  The default
+                    value is 10, which may not be optimal for all types of output connections.  Please refer to the section of the manual describing your output connection type for more precise
+                    recommendations.
                 </p>
                 <p>Please refer to the section of the manual describing your chosen output connection type for a description of the tabs appropriate for that connection type.</p>
 
                 <p>After you save your connection, a summary screen will be displayed that describes your connection's configuration.  This looks something like this (although the details will differ
-                      somewhat based on what connection type you chose):</p>
+                    somewhat based on what connection type you chose):</p>
                 <br/><br/>
                 <figure src="images/en_US/view-output-connection.PNG" alt="View Output Connection" width="80%"/>
                 <br/><br/>
                 <p>The summary screen contains a line where the connection's status is displayed.  If you did everything correctly, the message "Connection working" will be displayed as a status.
-                      If there was a problem, you will see a connection-type-specific diagnostic message instead.  If this happens, you will need to correct the problem, by either fixing your infrastructure,
-                      or by editing the connection configuration appropriately, before the output connection will work correctly.</p>
+                    If there was a problem, you will see a connection-type-specific diagnostic message instead.  If this happens, you will need to correct the problem, by either fixing your infrastructure,
+                    or by editing the connection configuration appropriately, before the output connection will work correctly.</p>
                 <p>Also note that there are five buttons along the bottom of the display: "Refresh", "Edit", "Delete", "Re-index all associated documents", and "Remove all associated records".  We'll
-                      go into the purpose for each of these buttons in turn.</p>
+                    go into the purpose for each of these buttons in turn.</p>
                 <p>The "Refresh" button simply reloads the view page for the output connection, and updates the connection status.  Use this button when you have made changes to the external system
-                      your output connection is connected to that might affect whether the connection will succeed or not.</p>
+                    your output connection is connected to that might affect whether the connection will succeed or not.</p>
                 <p>The "Edit" button allows you to go back and edit the connection parameters.  Use this button if you want to change the connection's characteristics or specifications in any way.</p>
                 <p>The "Delete" button allows you to delete the connection.  Use this button if you no longer want the connection to remain in the available list of output connections.  Note that ManifoldCF
-                      will not allow you to delete a connection that is being referenced by a job.</p>
+                    will not allow you to delete a connection that is being referenced by a job.</p>
                 <p>The "Re-index all associated documents" button will nullify the recorded versions of all documents currently indexed via this connection.  This is not a button you would use often.  Click
-                      it when you have changed the configuration of whatever system the output connection is describing, and therefore all documents will eventually need to be reindexed.</p>
+                    it when you have changed the configuration of whatever system the output connection is describing, and therefore all documents will eventually need to be reindexed.</p>
                 <p>The "Remove all associated documents" button will remove from ManifoldCF all knowledge that any indexing has taken place at all to this connection.  This is also not a button you would use
-                      often.  Click it when you have removed the entire index that the output connection describes from the target repository.</p>
+                    often.  Click it when you have removed the entire index that the output connection describes from the target repository.</p>
             </section>
 
             <section id="transformations">
                 <title>Defining Transformation Connections</title>
                 <p>The Framework UI's left-side menu contains a link for listing transformation connections.  A transformation connection is a connection to an engine where documents fetched from various
-                       repositories can be manipulated.  This typically involves metadata extraction or mapping.</p>
+                    repositories can be manipulated.  This typically involves metadata extraction or mapping.</p>
                 <p>A job does not need to specify any transformation connections.  In many cases, the final destination search engine has an included data conversion pipeline.  But in the case
-                       where such data extraction and conversion is not available, ManifoldCF provides a way of taking care of it internally.</p>
+                    where such data extraction and conversion is not available, ManifoldCF provides a way of taking care of it internally.</p>
                 <p>You can create a transformation connection by clicking the "List Transformation Connections" link in the left-side navigation menu.  When you do this, the
-                       following screen will appear:</p>
+                    following screen will appear:</p>
                 <br/><br/>
                 <figure src="images/en_US/list-transformation-connections.PNG" alt="List Transformation Connections" width="80%"/>
                 <br/><br/>
                 <p>On a freshly created system, there may well be no existing transformation connections listed.  If there are already transformation connections, they will be listed on this screen, along with links that allow
-                      you to view, edit, or delete them.  To create a new transformation connection, click the "Add new transformation connection" link at the bottom.  The following screen will then appear:</p>
+                    you to view, edit, or delete them.  To create a new transformation connection, click the "Add new transformation connection" link at the bottom.  The following screen will then appear:</p>
                 <br/><br/>
                 <figure src="images/en_US/add-new-transformation-connection-name.PNG" alt="Add New Transformation Connection, specify Name" width="80%"/>
                 <br/><br/>
                 <p>The tabs across the top each present a different view of your transformation connection.  Each tab allows you to edit a different characteristic of that connection.  The exact set of tabs you see
-                       depends on the connection type you choose for the connection.</p>
+                    depends on the connection type you choose for the connection.</p>
                 <p>Start by giving your connection a name and a description.  Remember that all transformation connection names must be unique, and cannot be changed after the connection is defined.  The name must be
-                       no more than 32 characters long.  The description can be up to 255 characters long.  When you are done, click on the "Type" tab.  The Type tab for the connection will then appear:</p>
+                    no more than 32 characters long.  The description can be up to 255 characters long.  When you are done, click on the "Type" tab.  The Type tab for the connection will then appear:</p>
                 <br/><br/>
                 <figure src="images/en_US/add-new-transformation-connection-type.PNG" alt="Add New Transformation Connection, select Type" width="80%"/>
                 <br/><br/>
                 <p>The list of transformation connection types in the pulldown box, and what they are each called, is determined by your system integrator.  The configuration tabs for each different kind of transformation connection
-                       type are described in separate sections below.</p>
+                    type are described in separate sections below.</p>
                 <p>After you choose a transformation connection type, click the "Continue" button at the bottom of the pane.  You will then see all the tabs appropriate for that kind of connection appear, and a
-                       "Save" button will also appear at the bottom of the pane.  You <b>must</b> click the "Save" button when you are done in order to create your connection.  If you click "Cancel" instead, the new connection
-                       will not be created.  (The same thing will happen if you click on any of the navigation links in the left-hand pane.)</p>
+                    "Save" button will also appear at the bottom of the pane.  You <b>must</b> click the "Save" button when you are done in order to create your connection.  If you click "Cancel" instead, the new connection
+                    will not be created.  (The same thing will happen if you click on any of the navigation links in the left-hand pane.)</p>
                 <p>Every transformation connection has a "Throttling" tab.  The tab looks like this:</p>
                 <br/><br/>
                 <figure src="images/en_US/transformation-throttling.PNG" alt="Transformation Connection Throttling" width="80%"/>
                 <br/><br/>
                 <p>On this tab, you can specify only one thing: how many open connections are allowed at any given time to the system the transformation connection talks with.  This restriction helps prevent
-                       that system from being overloaded, or in some cases exceeding its license limitations.  Conversely, making this number larger allows for greater overall throughput.  The default
-                       value is 10, which may not be optimal for all types of output connections.  Please refer to the section of the manual describing your transformation connection type for more precise
-                       recommendations.
+                    that system from being overloaded, or in some cases exceeding its license limitations.  Conversely, making this number larger allows for greater overall throughput.  The default
+                    value is 10, which may not be optimal for all types of output connections.  Please refer to the section of the manual describing your transformation connection type for more precise
+                    recommendations.
                 </p>
                 <p>Please refer to the section of the manual describing your chosen transformation connection type for a description of the tabs appropriate for that connection type.</p>
 
                 <p>After you save your connection, a summary screen will be displayed that describes your connection's configuration.  This looks something like this (although the details will differ
-                      somewhat based on what connection type you chose):</p>
+                    somewhat based on what connection type you chose):</p>
                 <br/><br/>
                 <figure src="images/en_US/view-transformation-connection.PNG" alt="View Transformation Connection" width="80%"/>
                 <br/><br/>
                 <p>The summary screen contains a line where the connection's status is displayed.  If you did everything correctly, the message "Connection working" will be displayed as a status.
-                      If there was a problem, you will see a connection-type-specific diagnostic message instead.  If this happens, you will need to correct the problem, by either fixing your infrastructure,
-                      or by editing the connection configuration appropriately, before the transformation connection will work correctly.</p>
+                    If there was a problem, you will see a connection-type-specific diagnostic message instead.  If this happens, you will need to correct the problem, by either fixing your infrastructure,
+                    or by editing the connection configuration appropriately, before the transformation connection will work correctly.</p>
                 <p>Also note that there are three buttons along the bottom of the display: "Refresh", "Edit", and "Delete".  We'll
-                      go into the purpose for each of these buttons in turn.</p>
+                    go into the purpose for each of these buttons in turn.</p>
                 <p>The "Refresh" button simply reloads the view page for the transformation connection, and updates the connection status.  Use this button when you have made changes to the external system
-                      your transformation connection is connected to that might affect whether the connection will succeed or not.</p>
+                    your transformation connection is connected to that might affect whether the connection will succeed or not.</p>
                 <p>The "Edit" button allows you to go back and edit the connection parameters.  Use this button if you want to change the connection's characteristics or specifications in any way.</p>
                 <p>The "Delete" button allows you to delete the connection.  Use this button if you no longer want the connection to remain in the available list of transformation connections.  Note that ManifoldCF
-                      will not allow you to delete a connection that is being referenced by a job.</p>
+                    will not allow you to delete a connection that is being referenced by a job.</p>
             </section>
 
             <section id="groups">
                 <title>Defining Authority Groups</title>
                 <p>The Framework UI's left-side menu contains a link for listing authority groups.  An authority group is a collection of authorities that all cooperate to furnish
-                      security for each document from repositories that you select.  For example, a SharePoint 2010 repository with the Claims Based authorization feature enabled may
-                      contain documents that are authorized by SharePoint itself, by Active Directory, and by others.  Documents from such a SharePoint
-                      repository would therefore refer to a authority group which would have a SharePoint native authority, a SharePoint Active Directory authority,
-                      and other SharePoint claims based authorities as members.  But most of the time, an authority group will consist of a single authority that is appropriate for
-                      the repository the authority group is meant to secure.</p>
+                    security for each document from repositories that you select.  For example, a SharePoint 2010 repository with the Claims Based authorization feature enabled may
+                    contain documents that are authorized by SharePoint itself, by Active Directory, and by others.  Documents from such a SharePoint
+                    repository would therefore refer to a authority group which would have a SharePoint native authority, a SharePoint Active Directory authority,
+                    and other SharePoint claims based authorities as members.  But most of the time, an authority group will consist of a single authority that is appropriate for
+                    the repository the authority group is meant to secure.</p>
                 <p>Since you need to select an authority group when you define an authority connection, you should define your authority groups <b>before</b> setting
-                      up your authority connections.  If you don't have any authority groups defined, you cannot create authority connections at all.  But if you select the
-                      wrong authority group when setting up your authority connection, you can go back later and change your selection.</p>
+                    up your authority connections.  If you don't have any authority groups defined, you cannot create authority connections at all.  But if you select the
+                    wrong authority group when setting up your authority connection, you can go back later and change your selection.</p>
                 <p>It is also a good idea to define your authority groups before creating any repository connections, since each repository connection will also need to
-                      refer back to an authority group in order to secure documents.  While it is possible to change the relationship between a repository connection
-                       and its authority group after-the-fact, in practice such changes may cause many documents to be reindexed the next time an associated job is run.</p>
+                    refer back to an authority group in order to secure documents.  While it is possible to change the relationship between a repository connection
+                    and its authority group after-the-fact, in practice such changes may cause many documents to be reindexed the next time an associated job is run.</p>
                 <p>You can create an authority group by clicking the "List Authority Groups" link in the left-side navigation menu.  When you do this, the
-                       following screen will appear:</p>
+                    following screen will appear:</p>
                 <br/><br/>
                 <figure src="images/en_US/list-authority-groups.PNG" alt="List Authority Groups" width="80%"/>
                 <br/><br/>
                 <p>If there are already authority groups, they will be listed on this screen, along with links that allow you to view, edit, or delete them.  To create a new
-                      authority group, click the "Add a new authority group" link at the bottom.  The following screen will then appear:</p>
+                    authority group, click the "Add a new authority group" link at the bottom.  The following screen will then appear:</p>
                 <br/><br/>
                 <figure src="images/en_US/add-new-authority-group-name.PNG" alt="Add New Authority Group, specify Name" width="80%"/>
                 <br/><br/>
                 <p>The tabs across the top each present a different view of your authority group.  For authority groups, there is only ever one tab, the "Name" tab.</p>
                 <p>Give your authority group a name and a description.  Remember that all authority group names must be unique, and cannot be changed after the
-                      authority group is defined.  The name must be no more than 32 characters long.  The description can be up to 255 characters long.  When you are
-                      done, click on the "Save" button.  You <b>must</b> click the "Save" button when you are done in order to create or update your authority group.
-                      If you click "Cancel" instead, the new authority group will not be created.  (The same thing will happen if you click on any of the navigation links in
-                      the left-hand pane.)</p>
+                    authority group is defined.  The name must be no more than 32 characters long.  The description can be up to 255 characters long.  When you are
+                    done, click on the "Save" button.  You <b>must</b> click the "Save" button when you are done in order to create or update your authority group.
+                    If you click "Cancel" instead, the new authority group will not be created.  (The same thing will happen if you click on any of the navigation links in
+                    the left-hand pane.)</p>
                 <p>After you save your authority group, a summary screen will be displayed that describes the group, and you can proceed on to create any authority
-                      connections that belong to the authority group, or repository connections that refer to the authority group.</p>
+                    connections that belong to the authority group, or repository connections that refer to the authority group.</p>
 
             </section>
 
             <section id="connections">
                 <title>Defining Repository Connections</title>
                 <p>The Framework UI's left-hand menu contains a link for listing repository connections.  A repository connection is a connection to the repository system that contains the documents
-                       that you are interested in indexing.</p>
+                    that you are interested in indexing.</p>
                 <p>All jobs require you to specify a repository connection, because that is where they get their documents from.  It is therefore necessary to create a repository connection before
-                       indexing any documents.</p>
+                    indexing any documents.</p>
                 <p>A repository connection also may have an associated authority group.  This specified authority group determines the security environment in which documents
-                      from the repository connection are attached.  While it is possible to change the specified authority group for a repository connection after a crawl has been done,
-                      in practice this will require all documents associated with that repository connection be reindexed in order to be searchable by anyone.  Therefore, we recommend
-                      that you set up your desired authority group before defining your repository connection.</p>
+                    from the repository connection are attached.  While it is possible to change the specified authority group for a repository connection after a crawl has been done,
+                    in practice this will require all documents associated with that repository connection be reindexed in order to be searchable by anyone.  Therefore, we recommend
+                    that you set up your desired authority group before defining your repository connection.</p>
                 <p>You can create a repository connection by clicking the "List Repository Connections" link in the left-side navigation menu.  When you do this, the
-                       following screen will appear:</p>
+                    following screen will appear:</p>
                 <br/><br/>
                 <figure src="images/en_US/list-repository-connections.PNG" alt="List Repository Connections" width="80%"/>
                 <br/><br/>
@@ -219,37 +219,37 @@
                 <figure src="images/en_US/add-new-repository-connection-name.PNG" alt="Add New Repository Connection, specify Name" width="80%"/>
                 <br/><br/>
                 <p>The tabs across the top each present a different view of your repository connection.  Each tab allows you to edit a different characteristic of that connection.  The exact set of tabs you see
-                       depends on the connection type you choose for the connection.</p>
+                    depends on the connection type you choose for the connection.</p>
                 <p>Start by giving your connection a name and a description.  Remember that all repository connection names must be unique, and cannot be changed after the connection is defined.  The name must be
-                       no more than 32 characters long.  The description can be up to 255 characters long.  When you are done, click on the "Type" tab.  The Type tab for the connection will then appear:</p>
+                    no more than 32 characters long.  The description can be up to 255 characters long.  When you are done, click on the "Type" tab.  The Type tab for the connection will then appear:</p>
                 <br/><br/>
                 <figure src="images/en_US/add-new-repository-connection-type.PNG" alt="Add New Repository Connection, select Type" width="80%"/>
                 <br/><br/>
                 <p>The list of repository connection types in the pulldown box, and what they are each called, is determined by your system integrator.  The configuration tabs
-                      for each different kind of repository connection type are described in this document in separate sections below.</p>
+                    for each different kind of repository connection type are described in this document in separate sections below.</p>
                 <p>You may also at this point select the authority group to use to secure all documents fetched from this repository with.  You do not need to define your
-                      authority group's authority connections before doing this step, but you will not be able to search for your documents after indexing them until you do.</p>
+                    authority group's authority connections before doing this step, but you will not be able to search for your documents after indexing them until you do.</p>
                 <p>After you choose the desired repository connection type and an authority group (if desired), click the "Continue" button at the bottom of the pane.  You will
-                      then see all the tabs appropriate for that kind of connection appear, and a "Save" button will also appear at the bottom of the pane.  You <b>must</b> click
-                      the "Save" button when you are done in order to create or update your connection.  If you click "Cancel" instead, the new connection
-                      will not be created.  (The same thing will happen if you click on any of the navigation links in the left-hand pane.)</p>
+                    then see all the tabs appropriate for that kind of connection appear, and a "Save" button will also appear at the bottom of the pane.  You <b>must</b> click
+                    the "Save" button when you are done in order to create or update your connection.  If you click "Cancel" instead, the new connection
+                    will not be created.  (The same thing will happen if you click on any of the navigation links in the left-hand pane.)</p>
                 <p>Every repository connection has a "Throttling" tab.  The tab looks like this:</p>
                 <br/><br/>
                 <figure src="images/en_US/repository-throttling.PNG" alt="Repository Connection Throttling" width="80%"/>
                 <br/><br/>
                 <p>On this tab, you can specify two things.  The first is how many open connections are allowed at any given time to the system the repository connection talks with.  This restriction helps prevent
-                       that system from being overloaded, or in some cases exceeding its license limitations.  Conversely, making this number larger allows for smaller average search latency.  The default
-                       value is 10, which may not be optimal for all types of repository connections.  Please refer to the section of the manual describing your authority connection type for more precise
-                       recommendations.  The second specifies how rapidly, on average, the crawler will fetch documents via this connection.
+                    that system from being overloaded, or in some cases exceeding its license limitations.  Conversely, making this number larger allows for smaller average search latency.  The default
+                    value is 10, which may not be optimal for all types of repository connections.  Please refer to the section of the manual describing your authority connection type for more precise
+                    recommendations.  The second specifies how rapidly, on average, the crawler will fetch documents via this connection.
                 </p>
                 <p>Each connection type has its own notion of "throttling bin".  A throttling bin is the name of a resource whose access needs to be throttled.  For example, the Web connection type uses a
-                       document's server name as the throttling bin associated with the document, since (presumably) it will be access to each individual server that will need to be throttled independently.
+                    document's server name as the throttling bin associated with the document, since (presumably) it will be access to each individual server that will need to be throttled independently.
                 </p>
                 <p>On the repository connection "Throttling" tab, you can specify an unrestricted number of throttling descriptions.  Each throttling description consists of a regular expression that describes
-                       a family of throttling bins, plus a helpful description, plus an average number of fetches per minute for each of the throttling bins that matches the regular expression.  If a given
-                       throttling bin matches more than one throttling description, the most conservative fetch rate is chosen.</p>
+                    a family of throttling bins, plus a helpful description, plus an average number of fetches per minute for each of the throttling bins that matches the regular expression.  If a given
+                    throttling bin matches more than one throttling description, the most conservative fetch rate is chosen.</p>
                 <p>The simplest regular expression you can use is the empty regular expression.  This will match all of the connection's throttle bins, and thus will allow you to specify a default
-                       throttling policy for the connection.  Set the desired average fetch rate, and click the "Add" button.  The throttling tab will then appear something like this:</p>
+                    throttling policy for the connection.  Set the desired average fetch rate, and click the "Add" button.  The throttling tab will then appear something like this:</p>
                 <br/><br/>
                 <figure src="images/en_US/repository-throttling-with-throttle.PNG" alt="Repository Connection Throttling With Throttle" width="80%"/>
                 <br/><br/>
@@ -257,186 +257,186 @@
                 <p>Please refer to the section of the manual describing your chosen repository connection type for a description of the tabs appropriate for that connection type.</p>
 
                 <p>After you save your connection, a summary screen will be displayed that describes your connection's configuration.  This looks something like this (although the details will differ
-                      somewhat based on what connection type you chose):</p>
+                    somewhat based on what connection type you chose):</p>
                 <br/><br/>
                 <figure src="images/en_US/view-repository-connection.PNG" alt="View Repository Connection" width="80%"/>
                 <br/><br/>
                 <p>The summary screen contains a line where the connection's status is displayed.  If you did everything correctly, the message "Connection working" will be displayed as a status.
-                      If there was a problem, you will see a connection-type-specific diagnostic message instead.  If this happens, you will need to correct the problem, by either fixing your infrastructure,
-                      or by editing the connection configuration appropriately, before the repository connection will work correctly.</p>
+                    If there was a problem, you will see a connection-type-specific diagnostic message instead.  If this happens, you will need to correct the problem, by either fixing your infrastructure,
+                    or by editing the connection configuration appropriately, before the repository connection will work correctly.</p>
                 <p>Also note that there are four buttons along the bottom of the display: "Refresh", "Edit", "Delete", and "Clear all related history".  We'll
-                      go into the purpose for each of these buttons in turn.</p>
+                    go into the purpose for each of these buttons in turn.</p>
                 <p>The "Refresh" button simply reloads the view page for the repository connection, and updates the connection status.  Use this button when you have made changes to the external system
-                      your repository connection is connected to that might affect whether the connection will succeed or not.</p>
+                    your repository connection is connected to that might affect whether the connection will succeed or not.</p>
                 <p>The "Edit" button allows you to go back and edit the connection parameters.  Use this button if you want to change the connection's characteristics or specifications in any way.</p>
                 <p>The "Delete" button allows you to delete the connection.  Use this button if you no longer want the connection to remain in the available list of repository connections.  Note that ManifoldCF
-                      will not allow you to delete a connection that is being referenced by a job.</p>
+                    will not allow you to delete a connection that is being referenced by a job.</p>
                 <p>The "Clear all related history" button will remove all history data associated with the current repository connection.  This is not a button you would use often.  History data is used to construct
-                      reports, such as the "Simple History" report.  It is valuable as a diagnostic aid to understand what the crawler has been doing.  There is an automated way of configuring ManifoldCF to
-                      remove history that is older than a specified interval before the current time.  But if you want to remove all the history right away, this button will do that.</p>
+                    reports, such as the "Simple History" report.  It is valuable as a diagnostic aid to understand what the crawler has been doing.  There is an automated way of configuring ManifoldCF to
+                    remove history that is older than a specified interval before the current time.  But if you want to remove all the history right away, this button will do that.</p>
             </section>
 
             <section id="notifications">
                 <title>Defining Notification Connections</title>
                 <p>The Framework UI's left-side menu contains a link for listing notification connections.  A notification connection is a connection to an engine that generates notification messages, such
-                      as email or text messages, specifically to note the end or unexpected termination of a job.</p>
+                    as email or text messages, specifically to note the end or unexpected termination of a job.</p>
                 <p>Jobs may specify one or more notification connections.  You can create a notification connection by clicking the "List Notification Connections" link in the left-side navigation menu.  When you do this, the
-                       following screen will appear:</p>
+                    following screen will appear:</p>
                 <br/><br/>
                 <figure src="images/en_US/list-notification-connections.PNG" alt="List Notification Connections" width="80%"/>
                 <br/><br/>
                 <p>On a freshly created system, there may well be no existing notification connections listed.  If there are already notification connections, they will be listed on this screen, along with links that allow
-                      you to view, edit, or delete them.  To create a new notification connection, click the "Add new notification connection" link at the bottom.  The following screen will then appear:</p>
+                    you to view, edit, or delete them.  To create a new notification connection, click the "Add new notification connection" link at the bottom.  The following screen will then appear:</p>
                 <br/><br/>
                 <figure src="images/en_US/add-new-notification-connection-name.PNG" alt="Add New Notification Connection, specify Name" width="80%"/>
                 <br/><br/>
                 <p>The tabs across the top each present a different view of your notification connection.  Each tab allows you to edit a different characteristic of that connection.  The exact set of tabs you see
-                       depends on the connection type you choose for the connection.</p>
+                    depends on the connection type you choose for the connection.</p>
                 <p>Start by giving your connection a name and a description.  Remember that all notification connection names must be unique, and cannot be changed after the connection is defined.  The name must be
-                       no more than 32 characters long.  The description can be up to 255 characters long.  When you are done, click on the "Type" tab.  The Type tab for the connection will then appear:</p>
+                    no more than 32 characters long.  The description can be up to 255 characters long.  When you are done, click on the "Type" tab.  The Type tab for the connection will then appear:</p>
                 <br/><br/>
                 <figure src="images/en_US/add-new-notification-connection-type.PNG" alt="Add New Notification Connection, select Type" width="80%"/>
                 <br/><br/>
                 <p>The list of notification connection types in the pulldown box, and what they are each called, is determined by your system integrator.  The configuration tabs for each different kind of notification connection
-                       type are described in separate sections below.</p>
+                    type are described in separate sections below.</p>
                 <p>After you choose a notification connection type, click the "Continue" button at the bottom of the pane.  You will then see all the tabs appropriate for that kind of connection appear, and a
-                       "Save" button will also appear at the bottom of the pane.  You <b>must</b> click the "Save" button when you are done in order to create your connection.  If you click "Cancel" instead, the new connection
-                       will not be created.  (The same thing will happen if you click on any of the navigation links in the left-hand pane.)</p>
+                    "Save" button will also appear at the bottom of the pane.  You <b>must</b> click the "Save" button when you are done in order to create your connection.  If you click "Cancel" instead, the new connection
+                    will not be created.  (The same thing will happen if you click on any of the navigation links in the left-hand pane.)</p>
                 <p>Every notification connection has a "Throttling" tab.  The tab looks like this:</p>
                 <br/><br/>
                 <figure src="images/en_US/notification-throttling.PNG" alt="Notification Connection Throttling" width="80%"/>
                 <br/><br/>
                 <p>On this tab, you can specify only one thing: how many open connections are allowed at any given time to the system the notification connection talks with.  This restriction helps prevent
-                       that system from being overloaded, or in some cases exceeding its license limitations.  Conversely, making this number larger allows for greater overall throughput.  The default
-                       value is 10, which may not be optimal for all types of notificaiton connections.  Please refer to the section of the manual describing your notification connection type for more precise
-                       recommendations.
+                    that system from being overloaded, or in some cases exceeding its license limitations.  Conversely, making this number larger allows for greater overall throughput.  The default
+                    value is 10, which may not be optimal for all types of notificaiton connections.  Please refer to the section of the manual describing your notification connection type for more precise
+                    recommendations.
                 </p>
                 <p>Please refer to the section of the manual describing your chosen notification connection type for a description of the tabs appropriate for that connection type.</p>
 
                 <p>After you save your connection, a summary screen will be displayed that describes your connection's configuration.  This looks something like this (although the details will differ
-                      somewhat based on what connection type you chose):</p>
+                    somewhat based on what connection type you chose):</p>
                 <br/><br/>
                 <figure src="images/en_US/view-notification-connection.PNG" alt="View Notification Connection" width="80%"/>
                 <br/><br/>
                 <p>The summary screen contains a line where the connection's status is displayed.  If you did everything correctly, the message "Connection working" will be displayed as a status.
-                      If there was a problem, you will see a connection-type-specific diagnostic message instead.  If this happens, you will need to correct the problem, by either fixing your infrastructure,
-                      or by editing the connection configuration appropriately, before the output connection will work correctly.</p>
+                    If there was a problem, you will see a connection-type-specific diagnostic message instead.  If this happens, you will need to correct the problem, by either fixing your infrastructure,
+                    or by editing the connection configuration appropriately, before the output connection will work correctly.</p>
                 <p>Also note that there are three buttons along the bottom of the display: "Refresh", "Edit", and "Delete".  We'll
-                      go into the purpose for each of these buttons in turn.</p>
+                    go into the purpose for each of these buttons in turn.</p>
                 <p>The "Refresh" button simply reloads the view page for the notification connection, and updates the connection status.  Use this button when you have made changes to the external system
-                      your output connection is connected to that might affect whether the connection will succeed or not.</p>
+                    your output connection is connected to that might affect whether the connection will succeed or not.</p>
                 <p>The "Edit" button allows you to go back and edit the connection parameters.  Use this button if you want to change the connection's characteristics or specifications in any way.</p>
                 <p>The "Delete" button allows you to delete the connection.  Use this button if you no longer want the connection to remain in the available list of notification connections.  Note that ManifoldCF
-                      will not allow you to delete a connection that is being referenced by a job.</p>
+                    will not allow you to delete a connection that is being referenced by a job.</p>
             </section>
 
             <section id="mappers">
                 <title>Defining User Mapping Connections</title>
                 <p>The Framework UI's left-side menu contains a link for listing user mapping connections.  A user mapping connection is a connection to a system
-                      that understands how to map a user name into a different user name.  For example, if you want to enforce document security using LiveLink, but
-                      you have only an Active Directory user name, you will need to map the Active Directory user name to a corresponding LiveLink one, before finding
-                      access tokens for it using the LiveLink Authority.</p>
+                    that understands how to map a user name into a different user name.  For example, if you want to enforce document security using LiveLink, but
+                    you have only an Active Directory user name, you will need to map the Active Directory user name to a corresponding LiveLink one, before finding
+                    access tokens for it using the LiveLink Authority.</p>
                 <p>Not all user mapping connections need to access other systems in order to be useful.  ManifoldCF, for instance, comes with a regular expression
-                      user mapper that manipulates a user name string using regular expressions alone.  Also, user mapping is not needed for many, if not most, authorities.
-                      You will not need any user mapping connections if the authorities that you intend to create can all operate using the same user name, and that user
-                      name is in the form that will be made available to ManifoldCF's authority servlet at search time.</p>
+                    user mapper that manipulates a user name string using regular expressions alone.  Also, user mapping is not needed for many, if not most, authorities.
+                    You will not need any user mapping connections if the authorities that you intend to create can all operate using the same user name, and that user
+                    name is in the form that will be made available to ManifoldCF's authority servlet at search time.</p>
                 <p>You should define your mapping connections <b>before</b> setting up your authority connections.  An authority connections may specify a mapping
-                      connection that precedes it.  For the same reason, it's also convenient to define your mapping connections in the order that you want to process the
-                      user name.  If you don't manage to do this right the first time, though, there is no reason you cannot go back and fix things up.</p>
+                    connection that precedes it.  For the same reason, it's also convenient to define your mapping connections in the order that you want to process the
+                    user name.  If you don't manage to do this right the first time, though, there is no reason you cannot go back and fix things up.</p>
                 <p>You can create a mapping connection by clicking the "List User Mapping Connections" link in the left-side navigation menu.  When you do this, the
-                       following screen will appear:</p>
+                    following screen will appear:</p>
                 <br/><br/>
                 <figure src="images/en_US/list-mapping-connections.PNG" alt="List User Mapping Connections" width="80%"/>
                 <br/><br/>
                 <p>On a freshly created system, there may well be no existing mapping connections listed.  If there are already mapping connections, they will be listed on this screen, along with links
-                       that allow you to view, edit, or delete them.  To create a new mapping connection, click the "Add a new connection" link at the bottom.  The following screen will then appear:</p>
+                    that allow you to view, edit, or delete them.  To create a new mapping connection, click the "Add a new connection" link at the bottom.  The following screen will then appear:</p>
                 <br/><br/>
                 <figure src="images/en_US/add-new-mapping-connection-name.PNG" alt="Add New User Mapping Connection, specify Name" width="80%"/>
                 <br/><br/>
                 <p>The tabs across the top each present a different view of your mapping connection.  Each tab allows you to edit a different characteristic of that connection.  The exact set of tabs you see
-                       depends on the connection type you choose for the connection.</p>
+                    depends on the connection type you choose for the connection.</p>
                 <p>Start by giving your connection a name and a description.  Remember that all mapping connection names must be unique, and cannot be changed after the connection is defined.  The name must be
-                       no more than 32 characters long.  The description can be up to 255 characters long.  When you are done, click on the "Type" tab.  The Type tab for the connection will then appear:</p>
+                    no more than 32 characters long.  The description can be up to 255 characters long.  When you are done, click on the "Type" tab.  The Type tab for the connection will then appear:</p>
                 <br/><br/>
                 <figure src="images/en_US/add-new-mapping-connection-type.PNG" alt="Add New User Mapping Connection, select Type" width="80%"/>
                 <br/><br/>
                 <p>The list of mapping connection types in the pulldown box, and what they are each called, is determined by your system integrator.  The configuration tabs for each different kind of
-                       mapping connection type included with ManifoldCF are described in separate sections below.</p>
+                    mapping connection type included with ManifoldCF are described in separate sections below.</p>
                 <p>After you choose a mapping connection type, click the "Continue" button at the bottom of the pane.  You will then see all the tabs appropriate for that kind of connection appear, and a
-                       "Save" button will also appear at the bottom of the pane.  You <b>must</b> click the "Save" button when you are done in order to create your connection.  If you click "Cancel" instead,
-                       the new connection will not be created.  (The same thing will happen if you click on any of the navigation links in the left-hand pane.)</p>
+                    "Save" button will also appear at the bottom of the pane.  You <b>must</b> click the "Save" button when you are done in order to create your connection.  If you click "Cancel" instead,
+                    the new connection will not be created.  (The same thing will happen if you click on any of the navigation links in the left-hand pane.)</p>
                 <p>Every mapping connection has a "Prerequisites" tab.  This tab allows you to specify which mapping connection needs to be run before this one (if any).  The tab looks like this:</p>
                 <br/><br/>
                 <figure src="images/en_US/mapping-prerequisites.PNG" alt="User Mapping Connection Prerequisites" width="80%"/>
                 <br/><br/>
                 <p>Note: It is very important that you do not specify prerequisites in such a way as to create a loop.  To make this easier, ManifoldCF will not display any user mapping connections in the pulldown
-                       which, if selected, would lead to a loop.</p>
+                    which, if selected, would lead to a loop.</p>
                 <p>Every mapping connection has a "Throttling" tab.  The tab looks like this:</p>
                 <br/><br/>
                 <figure src="images/en_US/mapping-throttling.PNG" alt="User Mapping Connection Throttling" width="80%"/>
                 <br/><br/>
                 <p>On this tab, you can specify only one thing: how many open connections are allowed at any given time to the system the mapping connection talks with.  This restriction helps prevent
-                       that system from being overloaded, or in some cases exceeding its license limitations.  Conversely, making this number larger allows for smaller average search latency.  The default
-                       value is 10, which may not be optimal for all types of mapping connections.  Please refer to the section of the manual describing your mapping connection type for more precise
-                       recommendations.
+                    that system from being overloaded, or in some cases exceeding its license limitations.  Conversely, making this number larger allows for smaller average search latency.  The default
+                    value is 10, which may not be optimal for all types of mapping connections.  Please refer to the section of the manual describing your mapping connection type for more precise
+                    recommendations.
                 </p>
                 <p>Please refer to the section of the manual describing your chosen mapping connection type for a description of the tabs appropriate for that connection type.</p>
 
                 <p>After you save your connection, a summary screen will be displayed that describes your connection's configuration.  This looks something like this (although the details will differ
-                      somewhat based on what connection type you chose):</p>
+                    somewhat based on what connection type you chose):</p>
                 <br/><br/>
                 <figure src="images/en_US/view-mapping-connection.PNG" alt="View Mapping Connection" width="80%"/>
                 <br/><br/>
                 <p>The summary screen contains a line where the connection's status is displayed.  If you did everything correctly, the message "Connection working" will be displayed as a status.
-                      If there was a problem, you will see a connection-type-specific diagnostic message instead.  If this happens, you will need to correct the problem, by either fixing your infrastructure,
-                      or by editing the connection configuration appropriately, before the mapping connection will work correctly.</p>
+                    If there was a problem, you will see a connection-type-specific diagnostic message instead.  If this happens, you will need to correct the problem, by either fixing your infrastructure,
+                    or by editing the connection configuration appropriately, before the mapping connection will work correctly.</p>
                 <p>Also note that there are three buttons along the bottom of the display: "Refresh", "Edit", and "Delete".  We'll
-                      go into the purpose for each of these buttons in turn.</p>
+                    go into the purpose for each of these buttons in turn.</p>
                 <p>The "Refresh" button simply reloads the view page for the mapping connection, and updates the connection status.  Use this button when you have made changes to the external system
-                      your mapping connection is connected to that might affect whether the connection will succeed or not.</p>
+                    your mapping connection is connected to that might affect whether the connection will succeed or not.</p>
                 <p>The "Edit" button allows you to go back and edit the connection parameters.  Use this button if you want to change the connection's characteristics or specifications in any way.</p>
                 <p>The "Delete" button allows you to delete the connection.  Use this button if you no longer want the connection to remain in the available list of mapping connections.  Note that ManifoldCF
-                      will not allow you to delete a connection that is being referenced by another mapping connection or an authority connection.</p>
+                    will not allow you to delete a connection that is being referenced by another mapping connection or an authority connection.</p>
             </section>
 
             <section id="authorities">
                 <title>Defining Authority Connections</title>
                 <p>The Framework UI's left-side menu contains a link for listing authority connections.  An authority connection is a connection to a system that defines a
-                      particular security environment.  For example, if you want to index some documents that are protected by Active Directory, you would need to configure
-                      an Active Directory authority connection.</p>
+                    particular security environment.  For example, if you want to index some documents that are protected by Active Directory, you would need to configure
+                    an Active Directory authority connection.</p>
                 <p>Bear in mind that only specific authority connection types are compatible with a given repository connection type.  Read the details of your desired
-                      repository type in this document in order to understand how it is designed to be used.  You may not need an authority if you do not mind that portions
-                      of all the documents you want to index are visible to everyone.  For web, RSS, and Wiki crawling, this might be the situation.  Most other repositories
-                      have some native security mechanism, however.</p>
+                    repository type in this document in order to understand how it is designed to be used.  You may not need an authority if you do not mind that portions
+                    of all the documents you want to index are visible to everyone.  For web, RSS, and Wiki crawling, this might be the situation.  Most other repositories
+                    have some native security mechanism, however.</p>
                 <p>You can create an authority connection by clicking the "List Authority Connections" link in the left-side navigation menu.  When you do this, the
-                       following screen will appear:</p>
+                    following screen will appear:</p>
                 <br/><br/>
                 <figure src="images/en_US/list-authority-connections.PNG" alt="List Authority Connections" width="80%"/>
                 <br/><br/>
                 <p>On a freshly created system, there may well be no existing authority connections listed.  If there are already authority connections, they will be listed on this screen, along with links
-                       that allow you to view, edit, or delete them.  To create a new authority connection, click the "Add a new connection" link at the bottom.  The following screen will then appear:</p>
+                    that allow you to view, edit, or delete them.  To create a new authority connection, click the "Add a new connection" link at the bottom.  The following screen will then appear:</p>
                 <br/><br/>
                 <figure src="images/en_US/add-new-authority-connection-name.PNG" alt="Add New Authority Connection, specify Name" width="80%"/>
                 <br/><br/>
                 <p>The tabs across the top each present a different view of your authority connection.  Each tab allows you to edit a different characteristic of that connection.  The exact set of tabs you see
-                       depends on the connection type you choose for the connection.</p>
+                    depends on the connection type you choose for the connection.</p>
                 <p>Start by giving your connection a name and a description.  Remember that all authority connection names must be unique, and cannot be changed after the connection is defined.  The name must be
-                       no more than 32 characters long.  The description can be up to 255 characters long.  When you are done, click on the "Type" tab.  The Type tab for the connection will then appear:</p>
+                    no more than 32 characters long.  The description can be up to 255 characters long.  When you are done, click on the "Type" tab.  The Type tab for the connection will then appear:</p>
                 <br/><br/>
                 <figure src="images/en_US/add-new-authority-connection-type.PNG" alt="Add New Authority Connection, select Type" width="80%"/>
                 <br/><br/>
                 <p>The list of authority connection types in the pulldown box, and what they are each called, is determined by your system integrator.  The configuration tabs for
-                      each different kind of authority connection type are described in this document in separate sections below.</p>
+                    each different kind of authority connection type are described in this document in separate sections below.</p>
                 <p>On this tab, you must also select the authority group that the authority connection you are creating belongs to.  Select the appropriate authority group from the
-                      pulldown.</p>
+                    pulldown.</p>
                 <p>You also have the option of selecting a non-default authorization domain.  An authorization domain describes which of possibly several user identities the
-                      authority connection is associated with.  For example, a single user may have an Active Directory identity, a LiveLink identity, and a FaceBook identity.
-                      Your authority connection will be appropriate to only one of those identities.  The list of specific authorization domains available is determined by your system
-                      integrator.</p>
+                    authority connection is associated with.  For example, a single user may have an Active Directory identity, a LiveLink identity, and a FaceBook identity.
+                    Your authority connection will be appropriate to only one of those identities.  The list of specific authorization domains available is determined by your system
+                    integrator.</p>
                 <p>After you choose an authority connection type, the authority group, and optionally the authorization domain, click the "Continue" button at the bottom of the pane.
-                      You will then see all the tabs appropriate for that kind of connection appear, and a "Save" button will also appear at the bottom of the pane.  You <b>must</b>
-                      click the "Save" button when you are done in order to create your connection.  If you click "Cancel" instead, the new connection
-                      will not be created.  (The same thing will happen if you click on any of the navigation links in the left-hand pane.)</p>
+                    You will then see all the tabs appropriate for that kind of connection appear, and a "Save" button will also appear at the bottom of the pane.  You <b>must</b>
+                    click the "Save" button when you are done in order to create your connection.  If you click "Cancel" instead, the new connection
+                    will not be created.  (The same thing will happen if you click on any of the navigation links in the left-hand pane.)</p>
                 <p>Every authority connection has a "Prerequisites" tab.  This tab allows you to specify which mapping connection needs to be run before this one (if any).  The tab looks like this:</p>
                 <br/><br/>
                 <figure src="images/en_US/authority-prerequisites.PNG" alt="Authority Connection Prerequisites" width="80%"/>
@@ -446,24 +446,24 @@
                 <figure src="images/en_US/authority-throttling.PNG" alt="Authority Connection Throttling" width="80%"/>
                 <br/><br/>
                 <p>On this tab, you can specify only one thing: how many open connections are allowed at any given time to the system the authority connection talks with.  This restriction helps prevent
-                       that system from being overloaded, or in some cases exceeding its license limitations.  Conversely, making this number larger allows for smaller average search latency.  The default
-                       value is 10, which may not be optimal for all types of authority connections.  Please refer to the section of the manual describing your authority connection type for more precise
-                       recommendations.
+                    that system from being overloaded, or in some cases exceeding its license limitations.  Conversely, making this number larger allows for smaller average search latency.  The default
+                    value is 10, which may not be optimal for all types of authority connections.  Please refer to the section of the manual describing your authority connection type for more precise
+                    recommendations.
                 </p>
                 <p>Please refer to the section of the manual describing your chosen authority connection type for a description of the tabs appropriate for that connection type.</p>
 
                 <p>After you save your connection, a summary screen will be displayed that describes your connection's configuration.  This looks something like this (although the details will differ
-                      somewhat based on what connection type you chose):</p>
+                    somewhat based on what connection type you chose):</p>
                 <br/><br/>
                 <figure src="images/en_US/view-authority-connection.PNG" alt="View Authority Connection" width="80%"/>
                 <br/><br/>
                 <p>The summary screen contains a line where the connection's status is displayed.  If you did everything correctly, the message "Connection working" will be displayed as a status.
-                      If there was a problem, you will see a connection-type-specific diagnostic message instead.  If this happens, you will need to correct the problem, by either fixing your infrastructure,
-                      or by editing the connection configuration appropriately, before the authority connection will work correctly.</p>
+                    If there was a problem, you will see a connection-type-specific diagnostic message instead.  If this happens, you will need to correct the problem, by either fixing your infrastructure,
+                    or by editing the connection configuration appropriately, before the authority connection will work correctly.</p>
                 <p>Also note that there are three buttons along the bottom of the display: "Refresh", "Edit", and "Delete".  We'll
-                      go into the purpose for each of these buttons in turn.</p>
+                    go into the purpose for each of these buttons in turn.</p>
                 <p>The "Refresh" button simply reloads the view page for the authority connection, and updates the connection status.  Use this button when you have made changes to the external system
-                      your authority connection is connected to that might affect whether the connection will succeed or not.</p>
+                    your authority connection is connected to that might affect whether the connection will succeed or not.</p>
                 <p>The "Edit" button allows you to go back and edit the connection parameters.  Use this button if you want to change the connection's characteristics or specifications in any way.</p>
                 <p>The "Delete" button allows you to delete the connection.  Use this button if you no longer want the connection to remain in the available list of authority connections.</p>
             </section>
@@ -471,19 +471,19 @@
             <section id="jobs">
                 <title>Creating Jobs</title>
                 <p>A "job" in ManifoldCF is a description of a set of documents.  The Framework's job is to fetch this set of documents come from a specific repository connection,
-                       transform them using zero or more transformation connections, and
-                       send them to a specific output connection.  The repository connection that is associated with the job will determine exactly how this set of documents is described,
-                       and to some degree how they are indexed.  The output connection associated with the job can also affect how each document is indexed, as will any transformation
-                       connections that are specified.</p>
+                    transform them using zero or more transformation connections, and
+                    send them to a specific output connection.  The repository connection that is associated with the job will determine exactly how this set of documents is described,
+                    and to some degree how they are indexed.  The output connection associated with the job can also affect how each document is indexed, as will any transformation
+                    connections that are specified.</p>
                 <p>Every job is expected to be run more than once.  Each time a job is run, it is responsible not only for sending new or changed documents to the output connection,
-                       but also for notifying the output connection of any documents that are no longer part of the set.  Note that there are two ways for a document to no longer be part
-                       of the included set of documents: Either the document may have been deleted from the repository, or the document may no longer be included in the allowed set
-                       of documents.  The Framework handles each case properly.</p>
+                    but also for notifying the output connection of any documents that are no longer part of the set.  Note that there are two ways for a document to no longer be part
+                    of the included set of documents: Either the document may have been deleted from the repository, or the document may no longer be included in the allowed set
+                    of documents.  The Framework handles each case properly.</p>
                 <p>Deleting a job causes the output connection to be notified of deletion for all documents belonging to that job.  This makes sense because the job represents the set
-                       of documents, which would otherwise be orphaned when the job was removed.  (Some users make the assumption that a ManifoldCF job represents nothing more
-                       than a task, which is an incorrect assumption.)</p>
+                    of documents, which would otherwise be orphaned when the job was removed.  (Some users make the assumption that a ManifoldCF job represents nothing more
+                    than a task, which is an incorrect assumption.)</p>
                 <p>Note that the Framework allows jobs that describe overlapping sets of documents to be defined.  Documents that exist in more than one job are treated in the
-                       following special ways:</p>
+                    following special ways:</p>
                 <ul>
                     <li>When a job is deleted, the output connections are notified of deletion of documents belonging to that job only if they don't belong to another job</li>
                     <li>The version of the document sent to an output connection depends on which job was run last</li>
@@ -501,42 +501,42 @@
                     <li>Fetching documents, discovering new documents, and detecting deletions, while reseeding periodically</li>
                 </ol>
                 <p>Note that continuous jobs <b>cannot</b> remove no-longer-included documents from the queue.  They can only remove documents that have been deleted from
-                     the repository.</p>
+                    the repository.</p>
                 <p>A job can independently be configured to start when explicitly started by a user, or to run on a user-specified schedule.  If a job is set up to run on a schedule, it
-                       can be made to start only at the beginning of a schedule window, or to start again within any remaining schedule window when the previous job run completes.</p>
+                    can be made to start only at the beginning of a schedule window, or to start again within any remaining schedule window when the previous job run completes.</p>
                 <p>There is no restriction in ManifoldCF as to how many jobs many running at any given time.</p>
                 <p>You create a job by first clicking on the "List All Jobs" link on the left-side menu.  The following screen will appear:</p>
                 <br/><br/>
                 <figure src="images/en_US/list-jobs.PNG" alt="List Jobs" width="80%"/>
                 <br/><br/>
                 <p>You may view, edit, or delete any existing jobs by clicking on the appropriate link.  You may also create a new job that is a copy of an existing job.  But to create
-                       a brand-new job, click the "Add a new job" link at the bottom.  You will then see the following page:</p>
+                    a brand-new job, click the "Add a new job" link at the bottom.  You will then see the following page:</p>
                 <br/><br/>
                 <figure src="images/en_US/add-new-job-name.PNG" alt="Add New Job, name tab" width="80%"/>
                 <br/><br/>
                 <p>Give your job a name.  Note that job names do <b>not</b> have to be unique, although it is probably less confusing to have a different name for each one.  Then,
-                       click the "Connection" tab:</p>
+                    click the "Connection" tab:</p>
                 <br/><br/>
                 <figure src="images/en_US/add-new-job-connection.PNG" alt="Add New Job, connection tab" width="80%"/>
                 <br/><br/>
                 <p>Now, you should select the repository connection name.  Bear in mind that whatever you select cannot be changed after the
-                       job is saved the first time.</p>
+                    job is saved the first time.</p>
                 <p>Add an output, or more than one, by selecting the output in the pulldown, selecting the prerequisite pipeline stage, and clicking the "Add output" button.
-                      Note that once the job is saved the first time, you cannot delete an output.  But you can rearrange your document processing pipeline in most other ways whenever
-                      you want to, including adding or removing transformation connections.</p>
+                    Note that once the job is saved the first time, you cannot delete an output.  But you can rearrange your document processing pipeline in most other ways whenever
+                    you want to, including adding or removing transformation connections.</p>
                 <p>If you do not have any transformation connections defined, you will not be given the option of inserting a transformation connection into the pipeline.  But if
-                       you have transformation connections defined, and you want to include them in the document pipeline, you can select them from the transformation connection
-                       pulldown, type a description into the description box, and then click one of the "Insert before" buttons to insert it into the document pipeline.</p>
+                    you have transformation connections defined, and you want to include them in the document pipeline, you can select them from the transformation connection
+                    pulldown, type a description into the description box, and then click one of the "Insert before" buttons to insert it into the document pipeline.</p>
                 <p>If you do not have any notification connections defined, you will not be given the option of adding one or more notifications to the end of the job.  But if
-                       you have notification connections defined, and you want to include them, you can select them from the notification connection
-                       pulldown, type a description into the description box, and then click the appropriate "Add" button to add it into the notification list.</p>
+                    you have notification connections defined, and you want to include them, you can select them from the notification connection
+                    pulldown, type a description into the description box, and then click the appropriate "Add" button to add it into the notification list.</p>
                 <p>You also have the opportunity to modify the job's priority and start method at this time.  The priority
-                       controls how important this job's documents are, relative to documents from any other job.  The higher the number, the more important it is considered for that job's
-                       documents to be fetched first.  The start method is as previously described; you get a choice of manual start, starting on the beginning of a scheduling window, or
-                       starting whenever possible within a scheduling window.</p>
+                    controls how important this job's documents are, relative to documents from any other job.  The higher the number, the more important it is considered for that job's
+                    documents to be fetched first.  The start method is as previously described; you get a choice of manual start, starting on the beginning of a scheduling window, or
+                    starting whenever possible within a scheduling window.</p>
                 <p>Make your selections, and click "Continue".  The rest of the job's tabs will now appear, and a
-                       "Save" button will also appear at the bottom of the pane.  You <b>must</b> click the "Save" button when you are done in order to create or update your job.  If
-                       you click "Cancel" instead, the new job will not be created.  (The same thing will happen if you click on any of the navigation links in the left-hand pane.)</p>
+                    "Save" button will also appear at the bottom of the pane.  You <b>must</b> click the "Save" button when you are done in order to create or update your job.  If
+                    you click "Cancel" instead, the new job will not be created.  (The same thing will happen if you click on any of the navigation links in the left-hand pane.)</p>
                 <p>All jobs have a "Scheduling" tab.  The scheduling tab allows you to set up schedule-related configuration information:</p>
                 <br/><br/>
                 <figure src="images/en_US/add-new-job-scheduling.PNG" alt="Add New Job, scheduling tab" width="80%"/>
@@ -552,45 +552,45 @@
                 <br/>
                 <p>The last four parameters only make sense if a job is a continuously running one, as the UI indicates.</p>
                 <p>The other thing you can do on this time is to define an appropriate set of scheduling records.  Each scheduling record defines some related set of intervals during
-                       which the job can run.  The intervals are determined by the starting time (which is defined by the day of week, month, day, hour, and minute pulldowns), and the
-                       maximum run time in minutes, which determines when the interval ends.  It is, of course, possible to select multiple values for each of the pulldowns, in which case
-                       you be describing a starting time that had to match at least <b>one</b> of the selected values for <b>each</b> of the specified fields.</p>
+                    which the job can run.  The intervals are determined by the starting time (which is defined by the day of week, month, day, hour, and minute pulldowns), and the
+                    maximum run time in minutes, which determines when the interval ends.  It is, of course, possible to select multiple values for each of the pulldowns, in which case
+                    you be describing a starting time that had to match at least <b>one</b> of the selected values for <b>each</b> of the specified fields.</p>
                 <p>Once you have selected the schedule values you want, click the "Add Scheduled Time" button:</p>
                 <br/><br/>
                 <figure src="images/en_US/add-new-job-scheduling-with-record.PNG" alt="Add New Job, scheduling tab with record" width="80%"/>
                 <br/><br/>
                 <p>The example shows a schedule where crawls are run on Saturday and Sunday nights at 2 AM, and run for no more than 4 hours.</p>
                 <p>The rest of the job tabs depend on the types of the connections you selected.  Please refer to the section of the manual
-                       describing the appropriate connection types corresponding to your chosen repository and output connections for a description of the job tabs that will appear for
-                       those connections.</p>
+                    describing the appropriate connection types corresponding to your chosen repository and output connections for a description of the job tabs that will appear for
+                    those connections.</p>
 
                 <p>After you save your job, a summary screen will be displayed that describes your job's specification.  This looks something like this (although the details will differ
-                      somewhat based on what connections you chose):</p>
+                    somewhat based on what connections you chose):</p>
                 <br/><br/>
                 <figure src="images/en_US/view-job.PNG" alt="View Job" width="80%"/>
                 <br/><br/>

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