Start the Lotus® Quickr™ server.
- Starting Lotus Quickr
- Starting servers in a managed cell
- Starting the deployment manager and node agents
Starting Lotus Quickr
To start Lotus Quickr, you must start the application server for Lotus Quickr in WebSphere® Application Server.
Starting the Lotus Quickr application server
To start the application server:
- Before starting the Lotus Quickr application server, you must have all required servers running. Make sure that the following servers and components, if applicable, are started:
Open a command prompt and change to the following directory:
Enter the following command:
- LDAP server
- An external Web server
After the servers are all running, open a Web browser and enter the Lotus Quickr page URL:
- UNIX: ./startServer.sh WebSphere_Portal
- AIX: ./startServer.sh WebSphere_Portal
- Windows: startServer.bat WebSphere_Portal
Lotus Quickr should load in the browser.
- hostname.yourcompany.com is the fully qualified host name of the machine.
- Lotus Quickr is running and port_number is the transport port that was created by WebSphere Application Server. This value is also stored in the WpsHostPort property in the wpconfig.properties file.
For example, http://www.ibm.com:10040/lotus/quickr. If you have customized the Lotus Quickr page URL - for example, by modifying the base URI portion of the default URL (lotus
) or the Lotus Quickr page (quickr
) - be sure that you enter your customized URL.
Starting servers in a managed cell
To start servers in a cell that is managed by a deployment manager:
- Open the deployment manager administrative console.
- To start a specific application server:
- Click Servers -> Application Servers.
- Select the server to start and click Start.
- To start the entire cluster:
- Click Servers -> Clusters.
- Select the cluster and click Start or Ripple Start.
Starting the deployment manager and node agents
To start the deployment manager in a cell, you can use the startManager
command provided by WebSphere Application Server. To start node agents, you can use the startNode
For detailed information on using the command, refer to the " Starting and stopping quick reference
" topic in the WebSphere Application Server Network Deployment information center.
Parent topic: Administering: qp85