These are my updated scripts to add users to security roles via a little jython script:
I just upgraded our Connections environment from 4 to 4.5. Unfortunately it didn’t run as smoothly as expected.
I did a side-by-side migration (no application artifacts export) and copied all content stores to the new server
A really nasty problem was that all activities file uploads could not be accessed after the upgrade
So I checked logs and the DB tables and found out that the storetype of activities uploads changed from filesystem to filestore
-> everytime I tried to download pre-migration files Connections did a lookup for the storetype filesystem which was not defined in oa-config.xml
Fixup was easy, just change the storetype in oa-config.xml to filesystem
If you uploaded files to activities after migration but before changing oa-config.xml you have to define a second storetype in oa-config.xml or you can go to your DB2 server and change the field STORETYPE of all new files in table ACTIVITIES.OA_CONTENTREF to filesystem.
An der Veranstaltung IBM Connect Switzerland durfte ich einen Vortrag halten, in welchem ich aufzeige, wie wir IBM Connections als unser soziales Intranet nutzen.
Ich hoffe die Beispiele liefern euch einige Ideen, wie ihr das Thema in euren Firmen adressieren könnt.
I’m using Notes 9 as my primary Sametime client since the public beta came out.
Unfortunately when someone tries to chat with me (and I’m logged into Connections) the browser based chat window opens up and not the embedded Sametime client.
But of course you can change this behavior on your Sametime server,
just add 1246 (Notes9 client type ID) to your VPS_PREFERRED_LOGIN_TYPES parameter in your Sametime.ini:
You can find a complete list of client types in this Technote
Looks like we will have a really great week
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