This section describes how to configure Portal to surface Quickr Domino functionality.
Integrating Portal and Quickr is achieved using the My Places portlet. This portlet is installed as one of the out of the box portlets with a Portal installation and it is configured on the Applications -> Collaboration-> Lotus Quickr page.
Configuration on Portal
You may download the latest version of the My Places portlet on the Portlet Catalog, however, the latest version does not work properly. Therefore, use the out of the box portlet installed with Portal.
The following configuration changes are necessary on the Portal server:
- Modify wp_profile_root\portalserver\config\config\CSEnvironment.properties. Ensure the following properties as set according to your environment:
Note: The values shown above are used as an example.
- Perform the following steps to set the WebSphere Application Server group setting from none to everyone:
a. Log in to the WebSphere Application Server Administrative Console
b. Click Application Types -> WebSphere enterprise applications -> PA_MyTeamspaces.
c. Click Security role to user/group mapping.
d. Check the All authenticated users check box and then select Everyone from the Map Special Subjects drop-down menu.
e. Click OK.
f. Click Save.
g. Log out of the WebSphere Application Server Administrative Console.
For reference, see the screenshot below:
- Restart Portal
Configuration on Domino
- Add the following line to C:\Lotus\Domino\data\servlets.properties:
Note: Be sure to add a carriage return after the above line.
- Restart Quickr
Verifying the integration
After completing the steps above, the My Places portlet should be working properly as shown below:
For reference, here is a link to the full documentation: