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Various Questions of OneBridge 5.5 Functionality

2 posts in Trial Discussion Last posting was on 2007-02-09 16:23:15.0Z
Aaron Benningfield for Customer Posted on 2007-02-06 22:44:56.0Z
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In the aggrgate sync, if I modify or add a contact in the
address book on the server those modification are not sent
to the Palm contact list. The agregate as 2 sources
(names.nsf(domino) + common address book) and 1
destination(Palm)

Also, even do I put a categorie in the agregate id sync, all
the contact from that database is not under that categories
but rather in the unfiled categories.

Is it normal that everytime I do a sync it take about 3 to 5
mins parse all the contact everytime even if there is no
change at all?

I tried to aggregate the names.nsf but it doesnt show up in
the address book on the Palm, i've recheck the field mapping
and it seem ok. Dont you have a more conviniant way to
replicate the global names.nsf to the PALM?

I dont know if related but when I compose a new email and I
try the lookup, it give me no record but theres plenty
emails in the contact book


Mark Wright Posted on 2007-02-09 16:23:15.0Z
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After receiving the customers configuration file there were a few
conclusions made.

1. The main reason for the contacts not being sent to the device on
update or insert is because they have not been replicated to the server.
Users tend to not replicate their contacts from their local client to
the Domino server, which OneBridge requires that the contacts be
replicated to the Domino server or put into the users mail file.

2. Generally, the Categories field is used as the Aggregate Source ID
Field value. So, for example, if the value is set to "Shared Contacts",
then each record originating from the server data source will be in the
"Shared Contacts" category on the client.

If the Primary Sync Partner data source does not have a Source ID field
value. All records that originate from the Primary Sync Partner will not
have a category field value and will not be associated with any device
category (meaning they will be in an unfiled category). Any new records
inserted on the device that are not categorized or are in a category not
associated to any server data source, will be synced to the Primary Sync
Partner

3. For the Global Names (commonly known as the Global Address List) you
will need to add another data source to the aggregate sync, using
Groupware as the Database and entering GAL or something similar as the
display name. Once a data source is added you will be able to edit the
table mapping which will have an additional tab labeled "GAL" or
whatever you used as the display name. In this tab from the Table Name
drop down menu select Global Address List. Once the configuration is
saved, the global contacts should be synchronized to the device under
the category that was entered in the Aggregate Source ID. Please note
that if a contact is inserted on the device, it will never be inserted
on the server into the Global Address List as these permissions are
never enabled. It is a one way sync from server to device.

4. I do not fully understand this question. The customer has reported
though that this issue has been resolved.

Thanks

Mark

Aaron Benningfield for Customer wrote:
> In the aggrgate sync, if I modify or add a contact in the
> address book on the server those modification are not sent
> to the Palm contact list. The agregate as 2 sources
> (names.nsf(domino) + common address book) and 1
> destination(Palm)
>
> Also, even do I put a categorie in the agregate id sync, all
> the contact from that database is not under that categories
> but rather in the unfiled categories.
>
> Is it normal that everytime I do a sync it take about 3 to 5
> mins parse all the contact everytime even if there is no
> change at all?
>
> I tried to aggregate the names.nsf but it doesnt show up in
> the address book on the Palm, i've recheck the field mapping
> and it seem ok. Dont you have a more conviniant way to
> replicate the global names.nsf to the PALM?
>
> I dont know if related but when I compose a new email and I
> try the lookup, it give me no record but theres plenty
> emails in the contact book