These settings will configure your installation for your environment.
Your OntoPortal Virtual Appliance can use either 4store or (new with version 3.0) AllegroGraph as its RDF backend storage. We use 4store as the default RDF store for the system, as we have much more experience with it to date. If you want to use the AllegroGraph RDF store instead of the default 4store RDF store, visit the AllegroGraph Configuration page before you begin adding ontologies.
The detailed ontology submission process is described in the Submitting Ontologies section.
To start, since you don’t have any non-administration accounts, you can add an ontology using the OntoPortal Admin User at
To let the system send emails for lost passwords, notes, and ontology processing reports,
you need to provide a valid mail server (smtp) configuration.
The configuration should be provided in the
Here are the available settings:
config.enable_notifications = true # Set to 'true' to send emails config.email_sender = "firstname.lastname@example.org" # Default sender for emails config.email_disable_override = true # If this is set to 'false', all emails will be sent to the email configured in the 'email_override' setting config.email_override = "email@example.com" config.smtp_host = "smtp.example.org" config.smtp_port = 25 config.smtp_auth_type = :none # :none, :plain, :login, :cram_md5 config.smtp_user = "username" # only used if auth_type is not :none config.smtp_password = "password" # only used if auth_type is not :none config.smtp_domain = "example.org"
Once you have changed your settings, you will need to restart the server by running the command
/sbin/service unicorn restart
If you haven’t yet registered your system, go to the Registration Process step for detailed instructions.