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Perceptive Content Database Install Guide

Perceptive Content
Perceptive Content Database Install Guide
Foundation 24.1

SSL security uses cryptography and symmetric encryption to provide communication at the transport layer for data sent over a network for application-specific protocols. Mutual authentication, also known as two-way authentication, ensures that both servers trust each other. Please refer to the SSL Security with Oracle Database documentation for assistance with configuring two-way SSL authentication and communication between the Perceptive Content Database and Application Server.

Note: You must have Oracle Enterprise Edition with the Advanced Security option installed on your database server. If you do not have the Oracle client installed on your application server, you can create the client server wallet and certificates on the database server and copy over the client server wallet.