Configuration is the process of changing system defaults after installation so that a program can be used. It is different from customization, which changes the look, feel, or function of a program.
Configuration tools: qp85
This section gives an overview of the tools available to configure your portal and also contains reference information for the configuration program.
Configuring databases: qp85
This section includes configuration information and the steps necessary to transfer data from one supported database to another. IBM® Lotus® Quickr™ for WebSphere Portal stores the information it needs to function, such as information about places or user authorization, in a database. By default, Lotus Quickr installs and uses a DB2® database. You can also install directly to an Oracle database.
Connecting to existing database domains: qp85
This section describes how to share a database domain between two separate Lotus Quickr instances (instance1
), where instance2
is connected to a instance1
Configuring Web servers: qp85
This section explains how you can configure a Web server to communicate with IBM Lotus Quickr for WebSphere Portal.
Configuring security: qp85
This section includes information related to configuring, and enabling security for your site. Some topics include security scenarios and configuring places catalog.
Using Java 2 security: qp85
Java 2 (J2SE) security provides a policy-based, fine-grain access control mechanism that increases overall system integrity by checking for permissions before allowing access to certain protected system resources. J2SE security allows you to set up individual policy files that control the privileges assigned to individual code sources.
Using WebSphere Application Server global security: qp85
IBM Lotus Quickr uses a federated repository for LDAP. It cannot run with WebSphere® Application Server global security disabled.
Changing the Lotus Quickr URI: qp85
This section describes how you can change the default portal URI after installation. This includes information about how to change the URI for a Producer portal.
Changing the places catalog context root: qp85
Change the places catalog context root to conform to corporate restrictions or policies. This is an optional configuration.
Configuring global library options: qp85
A site administrator can globally set values for certain library properties. The values that can be set globally are the IP address of the SMTP server, the default value of the active content filter, and the default value of the plugin.
Configuring Internet Content Adaptation Protocol ICAP: qp85
To prevent library users from uploading files infected with viruses, you must configure Internet Content Adaptation Protocol (ICAP).
Enabling notification: qp85
Send e-mails to new place members, to members working with tasks, members working with documents in a workflow, or members using a team calendar.
Configuring clusters: qp85
Configure places catalog and search in clusters.
Configuring multiple servers: qp85
Configure places catalog and search for multiple server environments.