Information for installing Lotus Quickr is provided in the information center. Look to that section for specific information.
Database considerations: qp85
Learn about the databases included with IBM Lotus Quickr for WebSphere Portal.
Security considerations: qp85
Security and authentication are key elements in a production environment. Learn about single sign-on and the security available out of the box.
Web server considerations: qp85
By default IBM Lotus Quickr for WebSphere Portal uses the internal HTTP transport within IBM WebSphere® Application Server to handle requests. However, because WebSphere Application Server also supports the use of an external Web server, you can access Lotus Quickr from your Web server.
User registry considerations: qp85
A user registry or repository authenticates a user and retrieves information about users and groups to perform security-related functions, including authentication and authorization.
Clustered environment considerations: qp85
Before installing Lotus Quickr for use in a managed node or as part of a cluster, review these important guidelines and limitations.
Caching considerations: qp85
This topic provides information to consider when setting your cache.
Backup and recovery considerations: qp85
Lotus Quickr for WebSphere Portal allows you to back up, archive, and restore places just as you back up, archive, and restore composite applications in IBM WebSphere Portal.
Places catalog deployments: qp85
The places catalog is new in IBM Lotus Quickr with services for IBM WebSphere Portal. It replaces My Places
functionality from previous releases.
Other considerations: qp85
Planning tips for setting an administrator user ID and password, using a firewall or antivirus software, path name length, and the CKEditor.