|Oracle® Calendar Administrator's Guide
10g Release 1 (10.1.1)
Part Number B14472-02
The location in the directory server tree under which all calendar users and resources are located.
Distinguished name used to authenticate to the Directory Server when performing an operation. See your Directory Server documentation for more information.
Calendar daemons/ services
Six UNIX daemons or multithreaded Windows services:
Oracle Calendar Lock Manager (
Oracle Calendar Engine (
Oracle Calendar Synchronous Network Connections (
Oracle Calendar Corporate-Wide Services (
Oracle Calendar Server Manager (
Oracle Calendar Directory Access Server (
unidasd) - external directory only
A Lightweight Directory Access Protocol (LDAP) application designed to manage descriptive, attribute-based information about people and resources within an organization.
Lightweight Directory Access Protocol, a directory service protocol designed to run over TCP/IP and across multiple platforms.
A specially designated node in a cluster that finds user accounts on other nodes. The master node coordinates network management, and provides support for finding user accounts on installations spanning multiple nodes and hosts. When master node is in use, Oracle Calendar clients will connect to the master node upon the first login. The Oracle Calendar server will then resolve the node on which the requesting user resides. The Oracle Calendar client will then cache the appropriate node for that user account locally, and connect directly to the appropriate node upon the subsequent login. .
A descriptive title that can be used in addition to the Node-ID to differentiate between multiple nodes.
A unique identification number assigned when a node is created. Node-IDs must be unique across the node network.
Defines an entry type in an LDAP directory by defining which attributes are contained in the entry.
Oracle Internet Directory
A database application that stores information about users, and makes this information available to various other services, such as e-mail or calendar applications.
A location in the LDAP directory relative to the calendar server base DN in which a domain's users and event calendars are stored.
A calendar server node that is part of a node network but is not located on the node you are signed in to.
An inanimate object, such as a conference room or a piece of equipment, that has its own calendar. When creating an event in their calendar, users can invite resources in the same way that they invite other users. Resources are managed by users who act as designates. Resources can also be used to create a calendar for tracking related enterprise-wide information, such as company holidays or employees' travel schedules.
resource Relative DN
A location in the LDAP directory relative to the calendar server base DN in which all calendar server resources are stored.
Describes the types of information that can be stored as entries in the LDAP directory.