You can move a place from one current-release server to another.
Perform the following steps:
Use a file system command to copy the place's directory and contents from the domino_data_root\LotusQuickr directory on the original server to the same location on the target server.Enter the following command to unlock the place on the target server:
- Make an operating system level copy of the place directory and its contents. All NSF files are needed, but the Search.ft full text index folder is optional, as it will be regenerated on the destination server.. For example, consider the place named "sample." The copied directory should have Main.nsf, Contacs1.nsf, Search.nsf, and all PageLibrary files.
[ Data Dir ] \LotusQuickr\sample\Main.nsf
[ Data Dir ] \LotusQuickr\sample\Contacts1.nsf
[ Data Dir ] \LotusQuickr\sample\Search.nsf
[ Data Dir ] \LotusQuickr\sample\PageLibrary...1.nsf
[ Data Dir ] \LotusQuckr\sample\PageLibrary...n.nsf
[ Data Dir ] \LotusQuickr\sample\Search.ft (optional; recommend not copying)
- Enter the following command at the server console to unregister the place from the Place Catalog:
Enter the following command on the target server to update place information in the place and in the Place Catalog:
Enter the following command to delete the place from the original server:
If the original and target servers use different user directories, and the external members of a place have different distinguished names in each directory, use the qptool changemember
command to change the names in the place so these users can continue to access it.
Parent topic: Managing places using My Places and qptool commands: qd85