Add the time zone in Calendar Server.
To accomplish this step, you must edit the timezones.ics file and other Calendar Server files. For instructions, see “Adding a New Time Zone” in the chapter, “Managing Calendar Server Time Zones” in the Sun Java System Calendar Server Administration Guide.
Back up the UserCalendarService.xml and DomainCalendarService.xml, and Resources.properties files.
The xml files are located by default in the following directory:
The Resources.properties file is located by default in the following directory:
/var/opt/SUNWcomm/da/WEB-INF/classes/com/sun/ \ comm/da/resources
Also be sure to preserve your customized configuration data before you upgrade Delegated Administrator or rerun the Delegated Administrator configuration program.
Edit the UserCalendarService.xml and DomainCalendarService.xml files to add the new time zone in Delegated Administrator.
These xml files are located by default in the following directory:
In both the UserCalendarService.xml and DomainCalendarService.xml files, find the following entry heading:
<AttributeSchema name="icstimezone" type="single choice" syntax="string" any="optional|adminDisplay"> <ChoiceValues>
Add the new time zone value to the list of <ChoiceValues>.
Run the Access Manager amadmin utility to delete the current service and add the updated service.
For both the UserCalendarService.xml and DomainCalendarService.xml files, run the following amadmincommands:
./amadmin -u <admin> -w <password> -r DomainCalendarService
./amadmin -u <admin> -w <password> -s $PATH/DomainCalendarService.xml
If you also intend to make the new time zone your default, you can run these amadmin commands after you have performed both tasks. (The following task describes how to change the default time zone.)
Restart your Web container to enable the changes to take effect.