The directory paths to IBM
® Connections application data and other resources are given associated WebSphere
® Application Server environment variables.
Before you begin
The environment variables are given default values unless you change them during the product installation. See WebSphere Application Server environment variables
for a list of the default values.
If, for example, you decide to move the directory associated with an application, such as the index directory for Bookmarks, to a different system driver, you can do so, but you must also update the environment variable defined for the Bookmarks index directory in WebSphere
Application Server. It is important to update the environment variables because the application configuration files that define the behavior of the applications reference the directory paths using these environment variables.
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- Using an administrator ID, log into the WebSphere Application Server Integrated Console associated with the profile to which you installed IBM Connections. If you installed the applications to multiple WebSphere Application Server profiles, log into the console associated with the appropriate profile.
- Expand Environment, and then click WebSphere Variables.
- Find the environment variable that you want to change and edit it from the list.
- Save and apply your changes, and then restart the server.
WebSphere Application Server environment variables
Unless you change the directory paths during the installation, a set of default IBM WebSphere
Application Server environment variables are defined for the IBM
Connections application directories. These variables are referenced from the configuration files associated with the applications.