The name change AdminP integration will run on one Sametime
® server in each cluster, is part of a Sametime
server installation, and is disabled by default.
Before you begin
The name change AdminP integration functionality is only available for Sametime 8.0.1 servers hosted on Microsoft
® and configured to use IBM
® Directory for authentication. If your deployment uses an LDAP directory, you must use the Name Conversion utility as in previous releases. For information on the Name Conversion utility, see the topic, "About the Name Conversion utility" in this Sametime
About this task
Enable the AdminP integration for your Sametime environment by completing the following steps:
Parent topic: Changing names with AdminP
- Remove the comment marker from the following statement in the notes.ini file:
If there are multiple servers in one community, only perform this step on one server.
- Using a text editor, open sametime.ini and confirm that the following flags are set as follows:
The paths may be different based on your deployment.
Ensure ST_JAVA_CLASS_PATH contains the full path of the AdminpUpdate.jar file (the default path is \Lotus\Domino\AdminpUpdate.jar).
- If the Sametime community consists of more than one Sametime server, ensure that the following databases are replicated among all of the servers in the community: names.nsf, admin4.nsf.
A Domino administrator can configure Connection documents to ensure these databases are replicated on a defined schedule. For more information on how to create Connection documents, see the "Scheduling server-to-server replication" topic in the Domino Administrator Help information center.
Now the environment is setup properly for Sametime to capture name changes carried out by the AdminP.
- Run the stnamechange.cmd as described in the topic, "Running Name Change Tasks on Sametime servers in a community" in this Sametime information center.
Specifying an administration server for databases
AdminP uses administration servers to manage administrative changes that apply to IBM Domino
databases. Either the administrator or the database manager can specify the administration server for a database. Perform this procedure on an as-needed basis.
AdminP operates with various configurations of the IBM
Sametime server and IBM Domino