Chitra Thambirajan commented on Aug 16, 2013

Re: Integrating IBM Connections with IBM Lotus Quickr for Domino

Zhi Yong Yin,

Here we are creating a new quickr place with the new community.

Is it possible to map an existing quickr place with a Community?

Lets assume,I have Quickr for Domino 8.5.1 as my live quickr environment and I installed Connections 4.0.

Here I need to map an existing quickr place with my new community..?

Is it possible ?

If so please advice me to achieve.

Thanks

Zhi Yong Yin commented on May 3, 2012

Re: Integrating IBM Connections with IBM Lotus Quickr for Domino

Hi David,

The steps in this article were verified by our real practice, we summarized this article based on our product documentation.

The steps in the section - "Define a list of supported Lotus Quickr servers" are necessary for Activities configuration, but they are optional for Communities configuration. I verified on my environment with no proxy server enabled, when I removed all Lotus Quickr servers from resource environment provider - "QuickrWhiteListProvider", I could create a community with a new Quickr place successfully, but I could NOT publish an attachment from an Activities entry to Quickr.

But I think if you enable the proxy server, the steps in the section of "Define a list of supported Lotus Quickr servers" are necessary for both Activities and Communities configuration.

Mike

David A McCarthy commented on Apr 20, 2012

Re: Integrating IBM Connections with IBM Lotus Quickr for Domino

This is a really great article, thank you. However, I have a question about the "Integrate Activities to work with Quickr Domino" section:

In the Product Documentation part of the Wiki, there is the folloiwng article:

http://www-10.lotus.com/ldd/lcwiki.nsf/dx/Defining_a_list_of_supported_Lotus_Quickr_servers_for_Communities_ic301

...which says this same set of steps is needed for Communities. (Activities is not mentioned).

Are the steps needed for both Activities & Communities? What if both applications are in different clusters? Many thanks for clarifying.