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Re: [HELP?] OpenLDAP and Netscape Calendar Server
John- You need to make Netscape Calendar Server think it's talking to
Netscape Directory Server. I edited the Versionstr string that is defined
in servers/slapd/version.c to begin with "Netscape-Directory/3.1".
Calendar server was much happier after that. (Maybe OpenLDAP should
have a config file option like "versionstring" to make this easier
to set - or have a #define option like NS_CALENDAR_HACK). You'll have to
mess around with access control on the LDAP database. When I setup
calendar server, I removed all of the access controls and used read/write
privileges as the default. Once the server was up and running, I began to
tighten things up. It's still not as tight as I'd like it, but it works.
You'll also need to upload the suitespot3x.ldif file into the LDAP
database - it defines some standard Netscape server groups that appear to
be necessary for the operation of the Calendar Server.
Jeff Mealiffe, Software Systems Analyst
Technology Support Services Department
San Diego City Schools
voice 619.293.8462 || email email@example.com
On Fri, 30 Jul 1999, someone claiming to be John Ray wrote:
> Does anyone have experience configuring OpenLDAP to work w/ Netscape Calendar
> Server? I'm a bit new at this and am having zero success. I've managed to
> compile OpenLDAP on a Mac OS X Server machine and it seems to be running fine.
> I've got an administrative entry in the LDAP database which netscape *does*
> like, but after completing all the initial steps, the server installs some
> files and then comes back with a "Error accessing LDAP server" message, and I
> have to start all over.