Configure roles for Lotus Quickr places 

Edit settings in the IBM Lotus Quickr configuration XML file to change the roles associated with Lotus Quickr place types.

About this task

When you install the IBM Connections connector for Lotus Quickr, you can specify whether to enable support for Lotus Quickr wiki and team place templates. The installer then updates the communities-quickr-config.xml configuration file with this information. To change the roles associated with a Lotus Quickr place type, you can do so by editing the configuration file. For example, you might want to configure settings so that when your users create a Lotus Quickr place that is associated with a community, the owners of the community are also owners of the Lotus Quickr place.

For more information about editing settings in communities-quickr-config.xml, see Edit the Lotus Quickr configuration file.


To edit the roles associated with Lotus Quickr place types...

  1. Use a text editor to open communities-quickr-config.xml from the following location on the file system of the dmgr:

      C:\Program Files\IBM\WebSphere\AppServer\profiles\Dmgr01\config\cells\<cell_name>\LotusConnections-config

  2. Look for the section of the file that lists the <comm:QuickrPlaceType> entries and update the values of the <comm:ownersRole>, <comm:membersRole>, and <comm:publicRole> elements for each entry as required.

      The following code is just one example of a <comm:QuickrPlaceType> entry.

      <comm:QuickrPlaceType name="DominoTeamspace" enabled="true"> 

      The following roles are supported.

      • Lotus Quickr services for Lotus Domino :

        • Author

        • Editor

        • Manager

        • Reader

        • Superuser

      • Lotus Quickr services for WebSphere Portal:

        • Contributors

        • Editors

        • Managers

        • Readers

      Note: If anonymous access is not allowed, the <comm:publicRole> element should be omitted or left empty.

  3. Save your changes and then apply them...

    1. Log in to the WAS admin console for the dmgr.

    2. Select System administration -> Nodes, select all the nodes, and then click Full Resynchronize.

    3. From the main Integrated Solutions Console page, select Servers -> Clusters.

    4. Select the check box beside the cluster containing the nodes that have been updated, and then click Stop.

    5. Select the cluster and click Start.

Parent topic

IBM Connections Connector for Lotus Quickr

Related tasks

Edit the Lotus Quickr configuration file