Sun Java Communications Suite 5 Release Notes

Calendar Server 6.3 Configuration Program Enhancements

The configuration program has added screens for:

Creating Your Default LDAP Domain

Starting with this release, there will always be at least one domain under the root. This will be the default domain. Now you can specify the name of the default domain for your multiple domain environment in the configuration program.

Support of Distributed Calendar Server Databases

Now you can specify the names of the front-end and back-end machines for your distributed database environment, that uses the DWP protocol and the CLD plug-in. The calendar databases can be distributed over one or more back-end machines. These machines can be associated with one front-end machine. The new configuration program screens allow you to name the back-end machines and associate them with the front-end machine.

Email Address Field Added to Configuration Wizard Screen

In the default domain screen, a new field was added for the email address of the calendar super user (calmaster).