Updating a widget after editing the definition file: imc3
After you update a widget using the WebSphere Application Server administrative console, the Mashup Center server will not recognize those changes automatically. This topic describes how to run the correct configuration task to make those changes effective on the server.
Importing the default Mashup Center widgets into the catalog: imc3
This topic describes how to import the default Mashup Center widgets into the catalog when Lotus Mashups and MashupHub are not installed on the same machine.
Sandboxing widgets: imc3
As an administrator, you can enable security for non-trusted widgets. Commonly known as sandboxing
, this security mechanism prevents the widget from sending malicious code to the end user's host system by wrapping the widget in a secure iFrame within a different subdomain to isolate them from other widgets on the page..
Changing the default maximum size of widgets allowed for deployment: imc3
By default, when deploying widgets to the palette from the catalog, the maximum widget size allowed is 30M. If you want to deploy a widget that exceeds this size limit, you can update the size value in the configuration properties.
Publishing widgets to the catalog: imc3
This topic describes how administrators can publish widgets to the catalog from the mashup builder.
Enabling the Navteq Map widget for users: imc3
This topic explains how to enable the Navteq Map
widget for users. You must obtain a license key, and then add it to the Navteq Map
widget's XML file.
Enabling configuration and personalization options for widgets: imc3
This topic describes how to enable the configuration and personalization features for the Mashup Center default widgets.
Using OpenSocial gadgets: imc3
The following topics describe OpenSocial gadgets, including what is offered and supported in Mashup Center. Other topics also include a description of how user preferences for gadgets are stored in comparison to widgets as well as how to add gadgets to your palette and troubleshoot rendering issues.