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Step 4. Specify Where Product Definitions are Stored

Step 4. Specify Where Product Definitions are Stored

In this step you indicate where PathWAI Editor will store its respository of message format and filter definitions. You may use a new local LDAP server that you are installing at this time, or you may use an existing LDAP server on the local machine or any other machine in your site’s PathWAI Editor for Messages network. You may also use a local flat (LDIF) file as a repository.

This dialog is displayed:

Follow these steps:

1. Specify whether an LDAP directory or a flat file in LDIF (LDAP Data Interchange Format) format will house the repository of definitions used by PathWAI Editor by entering either the number or the first word of your selection.

You may use the new local LDAP directory installed in Step 2, or you may use an existing directory on the local machine or any other machine in your site’s PathWAI Editor for Messages network. You may also use a local flat (LDIF) file as a repository.

If you select LDIF, a file named kxymsged.ldf is created in <candlehome>/unix/MsgEdit/bin.

You can reconfigure the server to use a different directory at a later time. 2. Click OK.

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