If you have enabled expanded membership on the server, use the qptool membershipmodel
command to enable expanded membership in one place, specific places, or all places. The effective use of groups in the LDAP directory is the best approach to handling large member access lists.
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After you have enabled expanded membership in a place, reverting the place to standard membership is not supported. If there are replicas of a place, run the command on one replica only.
To enable expanded membership in a place or places, enter the following command at the server console:
load qptool membershipmodel arguments
are arguments described in the following table:
Table 1. Arguments for enabling expanded membership in places
|-?||Prints help on the command.|
|-toexpanded||Converts places to expanded membership.|
|-a||Runs the command on all places that do not currently use expanded membership|
|-p places||Runs the command on a place or a space-separated list of places. |
|-i inputfilename||Runs on places specified in an XML input file.|
|-o outputfilename||XML output file that logs the results of the command. By default the command logs results to qptool.membershipmodel.xml in the server program directory.|
Table 2 provides examples of using the membershipmodel command to enable expanded membership in places.
Table 2. Examples of enabling expanded membership in places
|Enable "placeofmanymembers" to use expanded membership. |
load qptool membershipmodel -toexpanded -p placeofmanymembers
|Enable all places that do not currently use expanded membership to use expanded membership.|
load qptool membershipmodel -toexpanded -a
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