Calendar Server does not have autoprovisioning of resource calendars. For every resource required at your site, you must use of the following methods:
For Schema 1, use the Calendar Server Utility command csresource create.
This utility creates both the LDAP entry and the default calendar for the resource.
For example, to create a resource LDAP entry and calendar with the calendar ID aud100, viewable name Auditorium (LDAP cn attribute), with the default settings, use the following command:
csresource -m firstname.lastname@example.org -c aud100 create Auditorium
For Schema 2, use a combination of the Delegated Administrator Utility command commadmin resource create to create the LDAP entry. Then use the Calendar Server Utility command csresource create to create the default calendar.
For Schema 2, create the resource LDAP entry using the Delegated Administration Console. Then use the Calendar Server Utility command csresource create to create the default calendar.
To create the LDAP resource with the Console, select the organization where this resource will reside from the Organizations List. From the Calendar Resources page for this organization, click New to bring up the Create New Calendar Resource Wizard.
If there is an existing LDAP entry for the resource, csresource creates only the calendar. It will not create a duplicate LDAP entry.
For more information about the Delegated Administrator Utility, see Sun Java System Communications Services 6 2005Q4 Delegated Administrator Guide.
For more information about the Delegated Administrator Console, see the online help.
For more information about csresource, see Appendix D, Calendar Server Command-Line Utilities Reference.