After you complete the mandatory post-installation tasks, update the deployment with the latest fixes. For more information, see the
Reviewing the JVM heap size
Review the size of the Java
™ Virtual Machine heap and adjust it, if necessary, to avoid out-of-memory errors or to suit your hardware capabilities.
Configuring IBM HTTP Server
HTTP Server to manage web requests to IBM
Configuring the Home page administrator
Create an administrator for Home page so that you can make changes to the application such as adding and removing widgets.
Enabling Search dictionaries
During installation, only the English language dictionary is enabled by default. When your organization spans multiple geographies and multiple languages, you need to enable the relevant language dictionaries for your deployment to ensure that Search returns optimum results for your users.
Copying Search conversion tools to local nodes
To enable full indexing of data, copy the Search conversion tools to local nodes.
Creating the initial Search index
When you install IBM
Connections, Search indexing is automatically configured. To create the initial Search index, all you need to do is wait for one of the default indexing tasks to run.
Accessing Windows network shares
Configure a user account to access network shares in an IBM
Connections deployment on the Microsoft
® operating system
Synchronizing files shared with communities
After upgrading, you must synchronize files that have been shared with communities.
Configuring Files and Wikis downloading
You can make downloading files from the Files and Wikis applications much more efficient by configuring an IBM
HTTP Server to handle most of the download instead of the WebSphere
® Application Server. It is strongly recommended that you configure production deployments this way.
Configuring Cognos Business Intelligence
Configure your IBM Cognos
® Business Intelligence environment to work with IBM