To access the administrator tasks that can be performed within the interface, log in as an administrator and click
Migrating the database : Mashup Center 18.104.22.168
You can migrate the database from the embedded Apache Derby database in WebSphere, where MashupHub is initially installed to another database.
MashupHub configuration settings : Mashup Center 22.214.171.124
The General Config Settings page shows the settings in the server.config.ini
Deleting objects from the catalog : Mashup Center 126.96.36.199
You can delete unwanted feeds, data mashups, pages, and widgets from the catalog. When you delete an object, the object and all information related to the object is removed from the catalog.
Restricting user access to MashupHub : Mashup Center 188.8.131.52
An Administrator can restrict a user from adding, selecting, and editing catalog objects.
Editing the categories in the catalog : Mashup Center 184.108.40.206
An Administrator can add, change, or remove categories from the catalog.
Using HTTP proxy Settings : Mashup Center 220.127.116.11
An administrator can specify, view, or edit the settings for a proxy server for MashupHub.
Enabling and editing tracking settings : Mashup Center 18.104.22.168
An Administrator can enable and edit usage tracking for catalog objects.
Viewing catalog statistics : Mashup Center 22.214.171.124
Administrators can view policy statistics and usage statistics for the server.
Viewing object usage statistics : Mashup Center 126.96.36.199
Object owners and administrators can view usage statistics for individual objects.
TDI server administration : Mashup Center 188.8.131.52
An administrator can refresh, start, or stop the built-in Tivoli® Directory Integrator (TDI) server.
Editing feed policies : Mashup Center 184.108.40.206
Use the Edit Feed Policies
page to create feed filtering policies, configure IP address access, disable feed replay attacks, and to limit feed access rates.