Administer a server, manage places and PlaceTypes, maintain the server, and use PlaceBots to automate tasks.
Starting and stopping Lotus Quickr: qd85
You start IBM® Lotus® Quickr™ by starting the IBM Lotus Domino® server on which it is installed.
Understanding administration tools: qd85
To configure and administer the server, use qpconfig.xml file settings, qptool
commands, the Site Administration
link on the server home page, and notes.ini file settings specific to IBM Lotus Quickr. In addition to these, you may need to perform IBM Lotus Domino server configuration tasks, for example, to set up mail routing.
Managing place membership: qd85
commands to manage place membership.
Managing places using My Places and qptool commands: qd85
Use My Places and qptool
commands to manage places.
Administering places using Place Administration: qd85
From Place Administration, you can manage places, templates, and policies and view statistics.
Managing templates PlaceTypes: qd85
You can perform a variety of PlaceType management tasks including reordering, hiding, refreshing, copying and deleting.
Maintaining servers: qd85
You can perform a variety of server maintenance tasks.
Maintaining a cluster: qd85
You can perform a variety of cluster maintenance tasks.
Automating tasks with PlaceBots: qd85
A PlaceBot is an agent, written either in Java or LotusScript, that performs a task. PlaceBots can access, process, and manage the data in a place. For example, you can create a PlaceBot that sends e-mail to members of a place notifying them when a particular document has been edited.