For example, if you have limited disk space, you can specify smaller maximum file upload sizes or decrease the interval of time after which unused activities are marked complete. If you want to gauge how many people are using the product and to what extent, you can collect statistics and retrieve metrics on usage. You can also perform tasks such as synchronizing members IDs between the Activities database and the LDAP server and enabling virus scanning.
Changing Activities configuration property values
Configuration settings control how and when various Activities operations take place. You can edit the settings to change the ways that activities behave.
Running Activities administrative commands
Use administrative commands to perform tasks that manipulate Activities content.
Managing activity membership
Use administrative commands to change member access levels and synchronize member IDs.
Managing uploaded files
Protect the performance of your implementation of Activities by designating a size limit for the files that can be uploaded to the site and adding to or moving the content store associated with Activities.
Integrating Activities with IBM Lotus Quickr
After you have finished collaborating with your team on a file in an activity, you can publish the finished product to an IBM Lotus
™ library to share it with a larger group or to store the file.
Use administrative commands and edit configuration property settings to move activities and entries to the Trash view, empty the trash, restore activities and entries from the Trash view, mark inactive activities complete, and perform other trash management tasks.
Monitoring statistics and metrics
Use the Activities statistics gathering application to monitor operations, product usage, and to make configuration adjustments when necessary.
Managing the scheduler
Use administrative commands to manage scheduled tasks in Activities.
Use administrative commands to export activities.
Use administrative commands to import activities that you exported.