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DTI

Overview
DTI is the circulation software used by most publications.
It provides subscription and distribution management.
We host DTI through Amazon Web Services.
Access through: circulation.morrismultimedia.com
Morris Technology supports DTI with new user creation,
installation problems, and Java security Issues.

Fixing Java Issue


First: Make sure Java 7.21 is the only Java installed.
If a different version is installed, uninstall all versions
and re-install 7.21 from
circulation.morrismultimedia.com web page.
If problem persists: Disable mixed code
Under the Java settings in Control Panel >advanced tab.
Advanced > Security > Mixed code (sandboxed vs. trusted)
security verification > Disable.

Logging in to DTI
Run Putty
Use
circulation.morrismultimedia.com
as the Host Name.
Type Circulation under Saved
Sessions and select Save.
Connection Type: SSH
Port: 22

Logging in to DTI cont.


New window will appear.
Login as: root
Password:
Type: su admin to start
DTI->enter>space
This screen should
appear:

Creating a New User


Use arrow keys to move and enter to
select.
F4= Go back to the previous menu or
exit.
Navigate to: System Administration
Menu >Security Menu>User
Maintenance>Add
User ID max: 7 characters, Property
and name abbreviation.
EX:cvricks

Username: Property name followed


by the users full name.
EX:COVINGTON Carmen Ricks

>Add >Exit

Granting Menu Access


Select Menu Security
Jump to Custom Menu
Modify the state and then jump to
the property inside the State and
modify that as well.
If the user is from Gainesville or
Forsyth, they only need access to
Circulation on the first page
(Modify Circulation).
To Modify, scroll to the users
name on the desired menu and
press enter to place an * beside
their name.

Setting User Profiles


Navigate back to the main
menu
>Custom Menu >State >
Property
Ex: >Custom Menu >Georgia
>CM Covington

If the property is Gainesville or


Forsyth, start >Circulation
from the main menu
>Setup >System >Security
>User Profile & User Profile
CR >Copy

Setting User Profiles Cont.


Under User Name type the User ID of
a person from the same property who
will have the same profile as the user
you are creating and press enter.
The preferences of that user should
appear.
Delete the user name and type the
user name for the user you have
created.
Enter in their full name >enter through
all their preferences.
After you have entered SPOOL
SECURITY a confirmation message
should appear.
Do the same for User Profile-CR

Setting Password
Exit out of circulation.
Type bash and press
enter.
Type: passwd
(username)
Ex: passwd cvricks

This will prompt you to


type in a password.
Test the user by logging
in
su cvricks