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Installing IBM Notes Traveler on IBM i
July 29, 2013
Several steps are required to install IBM® Notes® Traveler server on IBM i operating systems.
Preparing to install the IBM Notes Traveler server from a download image on IBM i
You can download an installation package for the
Traveler Server for
i. If you are installing from physical media, skip this step.
Pre-accepting the IBM Notes Traveler software agreements on IBM i when installing from a CD
If you are installing
Traveler from a CD, it is highly recommended that you display and accept the
Traveler software agreements before starting the installation.
Running the IBM Notes Traveler server installation program on IBM i
Run the installation program on the machine where you plan to install an
Verifying the IBM i library list
While a single version of
Traveler supports multiple languages, the
Traveler language feature for the licensed program is packaged using the English language feature code. You should verify that QSYS2924 feature code is also included in your library list, if English is not the primary language of your system.
Adding IBM Notes Traveler to an IBM i Domino server
There are several steps to setting up a
Traveler server to run on
Changing existing IBM Notes Traveler server settings
You can change existing
Traveler server settings on
i, such as the Host IP address or ports using the command
Enabling IBM Notes Traveler using a 64-bit JVM on IBM i
Traveler uses 32 bit JVM by default. There are two methods to enable 64 bit JVM.
Installing the IBM Notes Traveler server
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