Contents: MashupHub User and Administrator Guide : Mashup Center 2.0
In addition to the tasks accessed from the Settings
link, there are other administrator tasks that you can perform outside the interface.
Configuring MashupHub for enterprise database feeds : Mashup Center 2.0
Before you create an enterprise database feed, verify that you are connecting to a supported database version and that you have the required JAR files. These steps are normally performed by an administrator.
Adding new TDI feed types : Mashup Center 2.0
MashupHub includes the Tivoli®
Directory Integrator (TDI). With TDI, you can access Domino®
, SAP, LDAP, and TDI sources. An administrator can add a new specialized TDI feed to MashupHub.
Configuring enterprise Content Manager servers for feeds : Mashup Center 2.0
To create feeds from enterprise Content Manager (ECM) server repositories, you must configure the ECM server to accept connections from the MashupHub application.
Installing the IMS Universal DB resource adapter for IMS database feeds : Mashup Center 2.0
To connect to IMS databases by using the JNDI (managed) connection type, you must install the IMS Universal DB resource adapter on WebSphere Application Server.
Configuring DB2 pureXML sources for feeds : Mashup Center 2.0
To create feeds from collections of XML documents that are stored in DB2®
columns, you must configure support in DB2.
Security features in MashupHub : Mashup Center 2.0
MashupHub includes security features that protect the contents of the catalog. These features also limit who can use an object from the catalog based on the permissions that a user has to access an object.
Controlling the available widget actions : Mashup Center 2.0
The administrator can modify the server.config.ini
file to control whether users can add or deploy iWidget and lightweight packages from MashupHub to the mashup builder and to WebSphere Portal. The settings do not affect widgets that have been registered in the catalog by specifying a URL, nor do the settings affect generic widgets.
Assigning the administrator role : Mashup Center 2.0
More than one user can perform administration tasks. An existing administrator specifies which other users are also administrators.
Parent topic: Administration : Mashup Center 2.0