A policy is a collection of settings that influences the behavior of a resource and the experience that users will have when working with the resource. Policies simplify the management of resources because the policy settings for a resource type can control the behavior of the resource for different users and groups. For sites that comprise large numbers of users and resources, specifying and applying policies to portal resources eliminates much time-consuming effort that would otherwise require administrators to manage a vast array of discrete settings for users and resources.
In addition to managing place and template policies through Places Administration
, you can take advantage of the portlets available through Advanced Administration
to manage resource policies. Because IBM® Lotus® Quickr™ for WebSphere Portal is built on IBM WebSphere® Portal technology, refer to the .
Administering policies: qp85
You can view a list of the policies on the site and create, edit, or delete polices from the policies catalog.
Creating a policy: qp85
Policies allow you to set limits on place size, modification and days of inactivity.
Editing a policy: qp85
After creating a policy, you can change the policy limits at a later time by clicking Edit policy
Assigning a policy to a place: qp85
You can assign a policy that applies customized limits and warning notifications to one or multiple places.
Assigning a policy to a template: qp85
You can assign a policy that applies customized limits and warning notifications to one or multiple templates. When you assign a policy or change the assignment of a policy to a template, this policy is applied to all of the places created from this template.
Deleting a policy: qp85
You can delete policies that are assigned to places or templates.
Scheduling the policy handler task: qp85
You can manage when policy violations for each composite application running on the server will be enforced.
Parent topic: Administering: qp85