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Step 5. Configure a Local Directory

Step 5. Configure a Local Directory

If you are not installing a local LDAP server at this time, skip this step.

In this step you will configure the local LDAP server. This step is required only if you selected the CASP Directory Services component in “Step 2. Select Components” on page 34.

In the Repository Configuration dialog: 1. Under Access, specify the following:.

User ID

A user ID for the Directory administrator (1–8 characters, without spaces). This ID must be specified for all future Directory configuration functions, including use of the GUI and the command-line utilities. For more information on configuring the Directory, refer to the PathWAI Editor for Messages User’s Guide.

Password Node name Port number

The password associated with the ID. The local machine’s host name.

The TCP/IP listening port that you want to assign to the directory server.

Note: If you will not be starting the directory server with a superuser (root) ID, set the port number above 1024.

  • 2.

    In the LDAP Partition field, enter a name for the partition or your site’s domain name or accept the candle.com default shown.

  • 3.

    If you are using your site’s domain name as the partition name, click Yes for Is partition a domain name?

  • 4.

    Click Save.

The installer starts the LDAP server and provides instructions for starting the PathWAI Editor for Messages server.

You may also start the server using the instructions given in “Step 6. Start the PathWAI Editor Server” on page 41.

Installation Steps on UNIX (GUI)


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