Manage custom access settings in components by switching to IBM® Lotus® Quickr™ settings, or managing the settings through WebSphere Portal.
Place components can use custom access settings – settings defined outside of Lotus Quickr. When a component uses custom settings, the Lotus Quickr Manage Roles
page displays a warning and an indicator next to the component in the list. The access selection for those pages is Custom
Components can have custom settings for three reasons:
- The roles that contain the custom settings were created in WebSphere Portal.
- An extra page was added to the place.
- There is a custom component in the place that does not expose Lotus Quickr roles.
If there are custom settings for either of the first two reasons, you can switch to a Lotus Quickr access setting by selecting any access level other than Custom
If there is a custom component that does not expose Lotus Quickr roles, you must manage its roles in the WebSphere Portal Roles portlet. In this case, the warning always displays in the Manage Roles
For steps on managing roles in WebSphere Portal, see the topic Creating and managing roles through WebSphere Portal
Parent topic: Creating and managing roles: qp85