Add a CMIS storage service
BEMSis installed with support for a number of storage service providers: FileShare,
Box. You can also add storage services that utilize the Content Management Interoperability Services (CMIS) protocol, an open standard that allows different content management systems to inter-operate over the Internet.
If your environment is configured for a specific version of SMB or CIFS protocol to access a File Share, make sure that
BEMSis installed on a compatible
Windowsoperating system. Refer to your
Microsoftdocumentation for more information on compatibility.
- In theBlackBerry Enterprise Mobility Server Dashboard, underBlackBerry Services Configuration, clickDocs.
- ClickStorages. A list of storage providers is displayed.
- ClickNew Storage.
- In theStorage namefield, type a name for the storage.
- In theStorage providerdrop-down list, select an storage provider.
- In theAuthentication Providerdrop-down list, select an authentication provider. For information about authentication providers and the storage provider that each can be used for, see Authentication providers.
- To make the storage available on user devices, select the select theEnable Storagecheckbox.It may take up to an hour or a restart of the apps for storage changes to take effect on user devices. It may take up to five minutes for the changes to take effect on the server. Enabling and disabling storage providers on this page affects what storage resources are visible at any given time for users, but has no such impact on the server. If this option is not selected, users can't access the fileshare and receive the following error message on the device:Data sources could not be retrieved. Unable to connect to the server.
Add repositories in the storage provider. For instructions, see Managing Repositories