Troubleshooting Sun Java System Communications Express

Problem: Unable to Access the Calendar Tab

Solution: Verify that Calendar Server is running, and that the ics.conf file is properly configured.

ProcedureTo Verify that Calendar Server is Running

  1. Verify that the Calendar Server processes are running.

    For example:

    # /usr/bin/ps -ef | grep cal
    /opt/SUNWics5/cal/lib/cshttpd -d 3
    /opt/SUNWics5/cal/lib/enpd -p 57997 -c config/ics.conf
  2. If necessary, start Calendar Server.

    1. Change to the sbin directory.

      On Solaris: /opt/SUNWics5/cal/sbin

      On Linux: /opt/sun/calendar/cal/sbin

    2. Enter the following command to start Calendar Server.


ProcedureTo Verify the ics.conf File Configuration

  1. Change to the /etc/opt/SUNWics5/cal/config directory.

  2. In the ics.conf file, verify that the service.http.allowadminproxy parameter is set to "yes".

  3. Check if the virtual domain is either set to "yes" or "no" in both the ics.conf and files. It cannot be "yes" in one file and "no" in the other file.

  4. If you make edits to either the ics.conf or the files, restart Calendar Server.