The < member > node represents a member of one or more rooms in the specified place on the IBM Lotus Quickr server in the Lotus Quickr service. All actions performed on a member are executed from within the < room > node hierarchy. The member node is primarily used to define, modify, or remove membership access to one or more rooms in the place.
The main distinction between a < person > or < group > and a < member > is that a < person > or < group > represents an entity that the place has information about. A < member > represents a < person > or < group > node's access or membership to a particular room.
When you perform actions on a member, you must define a < person > or < group > that represents the member you are processing. Operations on a member node are performed using an idref link to the < person > or < group > nodes previously defined in the script. An idref link relationship is demonstrated by the following XML. Notice that the < person > node is defined first with a corresponding link ID value. That ID value is referenced through the < link idref > element to determine which < person > the < member > node should operate on.
<person local="true" id="person1">
. . .
The member node supports the following named elements:
The < link > element is used by the member node to provide a reference link by ID to a previously defined < person > or < group > node. The idref attribute is specified when is used to reference the entity defined previously with the same value. The value specified by idref must match the value defined for the entity it is used to reference.
<person id="person1"/> and <link idref="person1"/>
This element is required for all supported < member > actions being performed on a < person > or < group >.
The member node supports the following named actions:
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