Managing templates (PlaceTypes)Added by IBM on September 9, 2010 | Version 1 (Original)
|You can perform a variety of PlaceType management tasks including reordering, hiding, refreshing, copying and deleting.
You can perform a variety of PlaceType management tasks including reordering, hiding, refreshing, copying and deleting.
Reordering the server's PlaceType list: qd85
You can change the order of the PlaceTypes list that users see when they create a place. For example, if your list contains 150 PlaceTypes, but MeetingRoom PlaceType
is the most popular, you can move MeetingRoom PlaceType
to the top of the list.
Hiding PlaceTypes in the PlaceTypes list: qd85
You can hide the name of a PlaceType in the list of PlaceTypes that users see when they create a place. For example, if you are experimenting with the contents of the PlaceType, you can hide the PlaceType while it is in progress. Administrators see the word "hidden" next to the name in the list.
Refreshing places and PlaceTypes: qd85
You can create a PlaceType from a place and a place from a PlaceType. When one is created from the other, the server maintains a "parent-child" relationship between the two. You can refresh a child place or child PlaceType so the child inherits new and modified elements from its parent.
Copying a PlaceType to another server: qd85
You can use operating system commands to copy a PlaceType from one server to another.
Deleting PlaceTypes: qd85
You can delete a PlaceType that you no longer need.
Parent topic: Administering services for Lotus Domino: qd85