Examples :: DYNINFOCR_OF39023110:
The client information in the Person document is populated by the Dynamic
Configuration task when it notices that the client has been updated to a later
release. The client release information is stored in the INI file on the
workstation with the parameters "Setup =" and "DYNINFOCR_....."
If the values of these parameters have not changed, the Ndyncfg task will not
make an AdminP request to update this information.
An enhancement request for additional Admin functionality has been submitted
Quality Engineering as SPR# KTOT5HTVC4, which would allow you to request that
the client information be updated, regardless of whether the INI parameters
indicate it as necessary.
If the DYNINFOCR_... entry is removed from the Notes.INI, the next time the
user restarts the Notes Client and authenticates with their home mail server,
then an Admin request will be made to repopulate the client information. The
DYNINFOCR_ entry will be repopulated at the same time.
If the workaround does not yield the expected results, be sure to check the
value of the InstallType parameter in the Notes.INI. If the value is not one of
the client parameters (0, 1, 2, or 6), then this will also prevent the AdminP
request from being issued because the system is not recognized as a client. For
details on the various InstallType codes, refer to the document titled
" What NOTES.INI Install Settings Are New to Domino 5.x?" (# 1098221)
If all the above steps have been followed on the client, and the Notes Client
build field is still blank, then try the following:
1. Open the Admin Requests (Admin4.NSF) database on the user's home mail
and open the "all requests by name" view.
2. Search for the user's name; if the name is not there, the problem is on
client, and we should troubleshoot the DCC further.
3. If the user's name is there, expand it and see if there is a request to
populate the Notes Client build. There may or may not be a response
a) If there is no response document, and the request has a lightning bolt,
replicate this Admin4.NSF to the Admin server for the Domino Directory. The
Domino Directory on the Admin server should then show the client build in the
Person document. If not, then run AdminP command Tell AdminP Process Now.
b) If there is a response document, either an X or a green checkmark, then
there is an issue with AdminP not functioning properly, or the field in the
Person document cannot be updated by the server or the originator of the
request. The same applies if the user's home mail server is the same as the
Admin server for the Domino directory.
Note that, if the Setup= line of the Notes.INI is not populated correctly,
can also create instances in which the Client Information will not be updated
The Client Information section is made up of the following descriptions and
Notes Client License - ClientType
Notes Client Machine - CIntMachine
Notes Client Platform - CIntPltfrm
Notes Client Build - CIntBld
None, although you can specify this setting in the NOTES.INI Settings tab of
the Configuration Settings document in the Domino Directory.
Lotus Notes/Domino x.x.x
Lotus Notes/Domino x.x.x