The Delegated Administrator does not create or manage calendars. You must use the Calendar Server utilities described in Appendix D, Calendar Server Command-Line Utilities Reference.
Before creating calendars, you must know the following information:
There are three types of calendars, user calendars, resource calendars and group calendars.
User calendars are for scheduling human activity. Resource calendars are for scheduling the use of inanimate objects, such as conference rooms, or video equipment. Group calendars are for scheduling activities for a group of users.
All types of calendars are identified by a unique calendar identifier (calid).
Create user calendars with cscal. (Alternately, you can allow autoprovisioning at login time. See 15.3 Automatic Creation of Calendars.
Create resource calendars with csresource. (There is no autoprovisioning of resource calendars.)
Create group calendars
To run cscal or csresource, you must log in as a user who has administrative rights to the system where Calendar Server is running. You must run these commands from the /opt/SUNWics5/cal/sbin directory. That is, you must change to the sbin directory; you can not run them from another directory by specifying the path.