|Oracle® Collaboration Suite Installation and Configuration Guide
Release 2 (126.96.36.199) for hp-ux PA-RISC (64-bit), Linux x86, and Solaris Operating Environment (SPARC 32-bit)
Part Number B10874-04
A free operating system using the Linux kernel and basic operating system tools from the GNU project.
Any tree or subtree within the Domain Name System (DNS) namespace. Domain most commonly refers to a group of computers whose host names share a common suffix, the domain name.
A system for naming computers and network services that is organized into a hierarchy of domains. DNS is used in TCP/IP networks to locate computers through user-friendly names. DNS resolves a friendly name into an IP address, which is understood by computers.
The password used to administer any installation on the host where Oracle9iAS Infrastructure and Oracle Collaboration Suite are installed. This password is required for installing additional Oracle Collaboration Suite instances. If you are configuring Oracle Internet Directory, the default administrative user
orcladmin, is assigned the same password as the
ias_admin user by default. The
orcladmin user is an Oracle Internet Directory super user.
Identifies the installation instance of Oracle9iAS Infrastructure and Oracle Collaboration Suite on a single host.
An Oracle Files node is a particular set of processes running on a host computer. One or more node processes can run on a host computer. An Oracle Files node is essentially the application software that comprises the product and the underlying processes, such as the Java VM (virtual machine), that support the software at runtime.
A standard, extensible directory access protocol. It is a common language that LDAP clients and servers use to communicate. The framework of design conventions supporting industry-standard directory products, such as Oracle Internet Directory.
The set of standards for formatting an input file for any of the LDAP command-line utilities.
An Oracle Collaboration Suite application that provides calendaring, scheduling, and personal information management (PIM) capabilities through desktop clients, the Web, and any mobile device. The scalable calendar architecture allows companies to use sophisticated group calendars and resource scheduling across an entire enterprise.
A convenient, accessible calendaring service that can be used either on its own or as a complement to any of the Oracle Calendar desktop clients. Users can work across time zones, operating systems, and languages with an interface that adapts to the needs of your organization through a user interface that you can customize. With a flexible, intuitive layout and organization, users can collaborate easily with the people around them.
The Oracle Cluster Setup Wizard performs the following tasks on all nodes:
Installs and starts Oracle9i operating system dependent clusterware
Optionally, installs and starts the OracleClusterFileSystem service and creates one or two shared file systems.
Optionally, installs Object Link Manager and starts the Oracle Object Service on all nodes. This tool creates persistent symbolic links to logical drives. The service updates all nodes when symbolic links are modified, and is set to Automatic, so that it starts whenever you shut down and restart your computer.
Preserves existing symbolic link information created by previous invocations of Oracle Object Link Manager
Installs other disk management tools on all nodes
Adds a node to an existing cluster
Oracle Collaboration Suite provides an integrated Web client for browser-enabled computers, using the underlying Oracle9iAS Infrastructure to provide a secure, single sign-on environment for accessing messages (e-mail, voice mail, and fax), calendar and directory information, and content stored in Oracle Files, a file server designed for large-scale collaboration.
The root of a directory subtree with a relative distinguished name of
cn=OracleContext, under which all Oracle software information is kept. There may be one (or more than one) Oracle Context in a directory. An Oracle Context can be associated with a directory naming context.
The Oracle Context can contain the following Oracle entries:
Connect identifiers for use with Oracle Net Services directory naming to make database connections
Enterprise user security for use with Oracle Advanced Security
Synchronize your Oracle Calendar meetings, tasks, and address book with the entries on your handheld device. With Oracle Calendar Sync, you can take your calendar everywhere you go, make any changes you want on your device, then synchronize with the latest information about the Oracle Calendar server. Available for Palm (Windows and Macintosh) and Pocket PC devices (Windows only).
With the Oracle Calendar desktop client, users can create and manage meetings, notes, events, and tasks, either on their own behalf or for other users. They can easily compare schedules or verify the availability of other users by means of a convenient combined Group View, and they can check scheduling conflicts before creating meetings. Users can keep track of their contacts with an online Address Book and classify them according to categories that you can configure. The Oracle Calendar desktop client is available for Windows, Macintosh, and Motif.
A single message store used for voice mail, e-mail, and fax messages that provides storage, management, and access to all types of information. The message store provides delivery, telephone processing, wireless notification, browser-based clients (both Web and wireless), and administration utilities. Oracle Email provides access to all message types using any access method. Voice mail, e-mail, fax, and any other mail type are available to users through their choice of access channel and device.
The client interface to Oracle Enterprise Manager, which provides a wide view of your Oracle environment. Use Oracle Enterprise Manager Console to automatically discover and manage Oracle databases, application servers, and Oracle applications across your entire network. The Console and its related tools are installed as part of the Oracle9iAS Infrastructure installation.
A Web site providing management tools designed specifically for Oracle Collaboration Suite. You can use this Web site to monitor and configure the components of Oracle9iAS Infrastructure and Oracle Collaboration Suite. You can deploy applications, manage security, and create and manage Oracle Collaboration Suite clusters. The Oracle Enterprise Manager Web Site is installed on every host as part of the Oracle9iAS Infrastructure installation.
A content management application that supports user collaboration and file sharing through a consolidated, scalable, and reliable file server. Oracle Files provides a sophisticated, Web-based user interface and industry standard protocol support that enables users to easily share files of any kind with others in a workspace or across an enterprise. Self-service management features allow users to create Workspaces to secure, author, and publish content using preferred productivity tools and network protocol servers. Oracle Files can manage files systems for both data centers and users.
Oracle FileSync synchronizes all file changes between a local computer and Oracle Files and replaces older files with newer versions so that the content in both locations matches.
Oracle HTTP Server, which is built on Apache Web server technology, supports Oracle9iAS Infrastructure and offers scalability, stability, speed, and extensibility. It also supports Java Servlets, Java Server Pages, Perl, PL/SQL, and CGI applications.
An implementation of Lightweight Directory Access Protocol (LDAP), version 3. It enables sharing information about dispersed users and network resources.
A special directory administrator who must be a member of the
IASAdmins group and who typically has full access to directory information. The default user name of the super user is
orcladmin; the default password is
welcome. Oracle Corporation recommends that you change the password immediately. This user name is also a member of the
IASAdmins group by default. If the Oracle Internet Directory administrator does not want to give out the
orcladmin password, then the administrator can create a different username and password for a member of the
Processes system management tasks and administers the distribution of these tasks across the network using the Oracle Enterprise Manager Console. The Console and its three-tier architecture can be used with the Oracle Enterprise Manager Web Site to manage your entire Oracle environment.
Oracle Connector for Outlook provides e-mail and real-time calendaring through the familiar, integrated interface of Microsoft Outlook. With access to information both online and offline, full-featured mail functionality, and PDA synchronization, Oracle Connector for Outlook takes advantage of all of Microsoft Outlook's most popular features. In addition, users benefit from enhanced calendaring capabilities through real-time access to information and up-to-date free/busy time lookups with Oracle Calendar.
Oracle Ultra Search provides uniform search-and-locate capabilities over multiple repositories: Oracle databases, other ODBC compliant databases, IMAP mail servers, HTML documents served up by a Web server, files on disk, and more. It is built on the Oracle database server and Oracle Text technology and uses a crawler to index documents. The documents stay in their own repositories, and the crawled information is used to build an index that stays within your firewall in a designated Oracle database. Oracle Ultra Search also provides APIs for building content management solutions.
A reliable, highly scalable voice mail and fax system that provides centralized and secure message storage and retrieval for voice mails and faxes. Using the highly scalable and reliable Oracle Email message store as a foundation, Oracle Voicemail & Fax provides telephone processing, delivery, browser-based clients, and administration utilities.
Oracle Web Conferencing brings real-time online collaboration to any enterprise, enabling customers, employees, teams, and partners to meet online within the context provided by the content, commerce, and comprehensive business flows of e-business. It consists of client and server applications that let you create and participate in online conferences. Oracle Web Conferencing features multiple ways to collaborate in conferences, including desktop sharing, whiteboarding, chat, polling, and cobrowsing.
A portal service for delivering information and applications to mobile devices. Using Oracle9iAS Wireless, you can create custom portal sites that use different kinds of content, including Web pages, custom Java applications, and XML-based applications. Oracle9iAS Wireless sites make this diverse information accessible to mobile devices without you having to rewrite the content for each target device platform.
A complete set of Java 2 Enterprise Edition (J2EE) containers, provided by Oracle9iAS Infrastructure and written entirely in Java, that execute on the Java Virtual Machine (JVM) of the standard Java Development Kit (JDK). You can run Oracle9iAS Containers for J2EE (OC4J) on the standard JDK that exists on your operating system.
Oracle9iAS Portal is a complete solution for building, deploying, and monitoring Web database applications and content-driven Web sites. Oracle9iAS Portal enables you to create and view database objects through an easy-to-use, HTML-based interface, and provides tools for creating HTML-based interfaces. It also enables you to resolve performance problems using performance tracking facilities, and enables you to manage database security through its interface.
An enterprise-wide user authentication process enabling access to multiple accounts and Oracle Collaboration Suite applications.
A server accelerator caching service that improves the performance, scalability, and availability of frequently used e-business Web sites that run on Oracle9iAS Infrastructure and Oracle databases. By storing frequently accessed URLs in virtual memory, Oracle9iAS Web Cache eliminates the need to repeatedly process requests for those URLs on the Web server, and it caches both static and dynamically-generated HTTP content from one or more Web applications.
A collection of database objects, including logical structures such as tables, views, sequences, stored procedures, synonyms, indexes, clusters, and database links. A schema has the name of the user who controls it.
In Oracle Files, a Subscriber is an organizational entity where users collaborate. An Oracle Files subscriber maps to a subscriber on the Oracle Internet Directory LDAP server. Users on the Oracle Internet Directory server are provisioned in Oracle Files.
Each Subscriber has its own Subscriber Administrator. The Subscriber Administrator, an enhanced user, is responsible for the management of quota, the specification of Subscriber settings, the administration of users, the restoration of files, folders, and workspaces, and the administration of categories.
The Subscriber is managed by the Site Administrator. The Site Administrator creates, modifies, and deletes Subscribers.