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Oracle® Calendar Administrator's Guide
Release 2 (9.0.4)

Part Number B10892-02
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1 Oracle Calendar System Administration

General Administration Concerns
Oracle Calendar Administrator
Command-Line Utilities

2 Calendar Architecture

Clusters and Master Nodes
Installation Options
Oracle Calendar Engine
Oracle Calendar Lock Manager
Oracle Calendar Synchronous Network Connection
Oracle Calendar Directory Access Server
Oracle Calendar Corporate-Wide Services
Oracle Calendar Server Manager
Calendar Server Architecture
Initial Client Connection
Client Requests
Connections to Nodes
Node Request Queue
Connections to the Directory Server

3 Calendar Deployment

Number of Users
Logical Divisions of Users
Grouping Users to Create Nodes
Product Administration
Pre-Installation Checklist
User Licenses
Installation Notes
Distributed Installations

4 Directory Servers for Calendar

Using a Directory Server
Extending the Directory Schema
Base DN
LDAP Groups and Distribution Lists
Global Address List (GAL)
Access Control for Administrators
Oracle Internet Directory
Other Directory Servers
Fail Over
Security Using SSL
Changing the Attribute Used for SSO Login

5 Calendar Server Administration

Using the Calendar Administrator
Starting and Stopping the Calendar Server
Checking Server Status
Viewing Current User Activity
Changing the SYSOP (Node) Password
Other Administrative Tasks

6 Setting Up Calendar Nodes

Creating a Calendar Node
Deleting a Calendar Node

7 Calendar Node Networks

Connecting Nodes
Setting Up a Master Node
Moving a Node
Big-Endian vs. Little-Endian Hosts
Versions of the Calendar Servers
The Node Network
Moving from Internal to External Directory
Performing the Move
Coexistence of LDAP and Non-LDAP Nodes
Caveat: LDIF Differences Between UNIX and NT
Coexistence of Nodes With and Without Oracle9iAS Wireless

8 Calendar Users

Creating Calendar Users
Adding Users From a Pre-Populated Directory Server
Adding Users to the Internal Calendar Server Directory
Adding Calendar Users to a Directory Server
Managing Calendar Users
Deleting Calendar Users
Moving Calendar Users
Managing User Defaults
Setting Up E-Mail Notification
Granting Access Rights From One User to Another
Other User Configuration Options
Global and Published Calendars

9 Calendar Resources

Creating Calendar Resources
Adding Resources in an LDAP Directory Context
Managing Calendar Resources
Deleting Calendar Resources
Managing Calendar Resource Defaults
Granting Designate and Other Access Rights to Users
Booking Calendar Resources
Setting the Resource to Allow Double-Booking
Setting Up the Approval Mechanism for a Resource
Restricting a Resource
Searching for Calendar Resources
Defining Resource Categories
Assigning a Category to a Resource

10 Event Calendars

Creating Event Calendars
Other Directory Servers
Managing and Deleting Event Calendars
Populating Event Calendars
Granting Designate Rights to Users

11 Administrative Rights

Administrative Rights
Scope of Administration
Assigning Rights to Users

12 Groups

Managing Groups
Directory Server Groups and Group Filters

13 Holidays

Managing Holidays
Assigning Holiday Administration Rights
Creating and Modifying Holidays

14 Alerts

Filtering E-Mail Alerts
Configuring for Users
Controlling Reminder Behaviour
Configuring for Users
Controlling Notification Behaviour
Setting Up Wireless Services

15 Node Maintenance

Server Maintenance Procedures
Daily Monitoring Procedures
Special Monitoring Procedures
Daily Maintenance Procedures
Monthly Maintenance Procedures
Other Maintenance Procedures
Server Backup and Restore
User Backup and Restore

16 Monitoring Procedures

Viewing Log Files
Interpreting Log Files

17 Oracle Calendar Application System

About the Oracle Calendar Application System
Working With OCAS Components
About OCAS Components
Customizing OCAS Components
Installation Considerations
Post-Installation Issues
General Configuration
Configuring Your Web Server

A Disk Space and Memory

Database Disk Space Requirements
NFS Storage
Large Deployment Disk Storage Recommendation
Memory Requirements

B Adjusting Calendar Kernel Parameters

Adjusting Kernel Parameters
Adjusting the Solaris Kernel Parameters
Adjusting the HP-UX Kernel Parameters
Adjusting the Linux Kernel Parameters
Adjusting the AIX Kernel Parameters
Using Operating System Clusters

C Security

ACE Framework
Secure Connections to Clients and Other Calendar Servers
Secure Connections to Clients
Secure Connections to Another Calendar Server
Extending the ACE Framework
Extending the Set of Plug-Ins
Web Authentication Plug-In
Configuring Your Calendar Server
Configuring Your Calendar Web Client
Directory Server Security
Other Security Considerations
Dedicated Server
Password Management
Trust Management
Backup and Recovery
Application Security
Calendar Administrator
Oracle Web Conferencing Server

D International Support

Character Set Identification
Japanese Server Configuration
Setting User Language Preferences