Before you can configure Lotus Mashups
to move from DB2 to file-based persistence, you must prepare a local or
network directory that can be accessed in Read/Write mode by the Lotus
Mashups server. In the following steps, we have named this new directory
This directory contains the public directory used by Lotus Mashups to store
the various catalogs, pages, themes, and more.
Do the following steps:
- Stop the Lotus Mashups server.
- Edit the config.properties
file in the Mashup_Center_root\Config
directory as follows:
- Save config.properties.
- On a command line, change directories to Mashup_Center_root\Config
and the run config action-switch-mashup-filebased.
- Restart the Lotus Mashups server.
- In the C:\mashupsDir
directory, confirm that the public
folder was created and that Lotus Mashups data is saved in this folder.
: You should not use mapped drives when using Windows services.
If you configure Lotus Mashups to use a network driver, you should remove
the WebSphere Application Server service using the following command: AppServer\bin\WASService
Then restart the server from the command line using the following command:
Now Lotus Mashups should be able to access the mapped drive successfully.