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Records Management - how to activate

Question asked by garyg on Jun 21, 2017

Hello,

I've installed RM into Alfresco, and it appears installed (This 

06-21 15:20:20,829  INFO  [config.packaging.ModulePackageManager] [localhost-startStop-1] Found 1 module package(s)
 2017-06-21 15:20:20,830  INFO  [config.packaging.ModulePackageManager] [localhost-startStop-1] Records Management, 2.5, Alfresco Record Management Extension
 2017-06-21
appears in the catalina.out log, but when I go to create a new site, the drop down does not give me the option of a RM site. What needs to change?
These tell me that the system is installed ok
 gary@alpha-Virtual-Machine:/opt/alfresco-community$ java -jar bin/alfresco-mmt.jar list tomcat/webapps/alfresco.war
Module 'org_alfresco_module_rm' installed in 'tomcat/webapps/alfresco.war'
   -    Title:        Records Management
   -    Version:      2.5
   -    Install Date: Wed Jun 21 15:12:12 AEST 2017
   -    Description:   Alfresco Record Management Extension
Module 'alfresco-share-services' installed in 'tomcat/webapps/alfresco.war'
   -    Title:        Alfresco Share Services AMP
   -    Version:      5.2.0
   -    Install Date: Thu Jun 15 16:37:23 AEST 2017
   -    Description:   Module to be applied to alfresco.war, containing APIs for Alfresco Share
Module 'alfresco-aos-module' installed in 'tomcat/webapps/alfresco.war'
   -    Title:        Alfresco Office Services Module
   -    Version:      1.1.5
   -    Install Date: Thu Jun 15 16:37:21 AEST 2017
   -    Description:   Allows applications that can talk to a SharePoint server to talk to your Alfresco installation
gary@alpha-Virtual-Machine:/opt/alfresco-community$ java -jar bin/alfresco-mmt.jar list tomcat/webapps/share.war
Module 'org_alfresco_module_rm' installed in 'tomcat/webapps/share.war'
   -    Title:        Records Management
   -    Version:      2.5
   -    Install Date: Wed Jun 21 15:13:31 AEST 2017
   -    Description:   Alfresco Record Management Extension
Thanks

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