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OneBridge Conversion

5 posts in Trial Discussion Last posting was on 2007-03-16 17:25:38.0Z
Aaron Benningfield Posted on 2007-03-14 16:34:32.0Z
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A customer sent questions about OneBridge. The customer is
looking to upgrade from Pylon to OneBridge.

In Pylon, there is reporting which tells me the last time a
person connected to Pylon. I have looked at the OneBridge
logs, and I don't see a similar reporting tool. Is there a
way I can see a report showing when folks last connected to
the OneBridge server ?

I see how to create and configure groups. How do I add a
user to a group, or see what users are in a group? (It's
like there is a User Management component that I'm not
seeing. Did I miss something?)

What is the Groupware Change trigger, and what does it do?
(I think I understand all the other triggers.) Is there a
manual that better explains all the triggers other than the
Getting Started Guides for the Administrator and the End
User ?


Mark Wright Posted on 2007-03-15 14:46:06.0Z
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On Wed, 14 Mar 2007 10:34:32 -0600, Aaron <Benningfield> wrote:

> A customer sent questions about OneBridge. The customer is
> looking to upgrade from Pylon to OneBridge.
>
> In Pylon, there is reporting which tells me the last time a
> person connected to Pylon. I have looked at the OneBridge
> logs, and I don't see a similar reporting tool. Is there a
> way I can see a report showing when folks last connected to
> the OneBridge server ?

OneBridge has an MMC Snap-In Log Viewer which will show the users last
connected time. The data shown in the log viewer is also stored in a
database which can be queried and put into any other reporting tool. The
times that are shown are the beginning of a sync session till the end of
the session, basically the start and end time. A sync can be broken into
many sync actions which the log viewer also shows at which times those
seperate actions are run.

>
> I see how to create and configure groups. How do I add a
> user to a group, or see what users are in a group? (It's
> like there is a User Management component that I'm not
> seeing. Did I miss something?)

This depends on which form of authentication you chose to use. OneBridge
supports Exchange Authentication, Active Directory, Lotus Notes, Database,
Radius, LDAP and a Custom Authentication SDK.

If you are adding individual users the Lotus Notes and Active Directory
(in OneBridge labeled as NT Authentication), under General->Server
Settings->Authentication you will see your listed choice of
Authentication. Entering this node you will be able to add and view
individual users, or groups which will be allowed to authenticate to the
OneBridge Server. If you so chose, you can manage users my just adding a
Notes Group or an AD Group, doing this will allow you to add a user to the
Group via Notes or AD and not have to add the user in OneBridge.

The other authentication modules work in a similar way, but are often
administered outside of OneBridge.

>
> What is the Groupware Change trigger, and what does it do?
> (I think I understand all the other triggers.) Is there a
> manual that better explains all the triggers other than the
> Getting Started Guides for the Administrator and the End
> User ?

The Groupware Change trigger is used for the Live Connect, which is the IP
based push. The Groupware Change Trigger is set up so that for each PIM
module that you wish to send automatic pushes to, OneBridge will be
notified by the respective server that there is data ready to be
synchronized. Without the Groupware Change trigger configured the users
will never receive e-mail through a Push, they will always be required to
run a manual synchronization or set up a client side scheduled sync (or
pull). Using the Live Connect Wizard, this trigger will automatically be
configured.

The Administrator's Guide is the only place that describes triggers,
however if you have specific questions regarding triggers, please feel
free to ask and we will be happy to help.

Thanks

Mark


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OBMG Tech - Neleos Posted on 2007-03-16 13:42:28.0Z
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Hi all,

About OBMG Reports, Extended Systems provided since version 5.5, a web
tool called : 'OneBridge 5.5 Report Viewer'. You can find it on
'OneBridge Mobile Groupware CD\Redistribute\ReportViewer'.

Personally, i haven't tested it yet, since we have developed our own tools.


Thanks,
Christophe.


Mark Wright a écrit :

> On Wed, 14 Mar 2007 10:34:32 -0600, Aaron <Benningfield> wrote:
>
>> A customer sent questions about OneBridge. The customer is
>> looking to upgrade from Pylon to OneBridge.
>>
>> In Pylon, there is reporting which tells me the last time a
>> person connected to Pylon. I have looked at the OneBridge
>> logs, and I don't see a similar reporting tool. Is there a
>> way I can see a report showing when folks last connected to
>> the OneBridge server ?
>
> OneBridge has an MMC Snap-In Log Viewer which will show the users last
> connected time. The data shown in the log viewer is also stored in a
> database which can be queried and put into any other reporting tool.
> The times that are shown are the beginning of a sync session till the
> end of the session, basically the start and end time. A sync can be
> broken into many sync actions which the log viewer also shows at which
> times those seperate actions are run.
>
>>
>> I see how to create and configure groups. How do I add a
>> user to a group, or see what users are in a group? (It's
>> like there is a User Management component that I'm not
>> seeing. Did I miss something?)
>
> This depends on which form of authentication you chose to use.
> OneBridge supports Exchange Authentication, Active Directory, Lotus
> Notes, Database, Radius, LDAP and a Custom Authentication SDK.
>
> If you are adding individual users the Lotus Notes and Active Directory
> (in OneBridge labeled as NT Authentication), under General->Server
> Settings->Authentication you will see your listed choice of
> Authentication. Entering this node you will be able to add and view
> individual users, or groups which will be allowed to authenticate to the
> OneBridge Server. If you so chose, you can manage users my just adding
> a Notes Group or an AD Group, doing this will allow you to add a user to
> the Group via Notes or AD and not have to add the user in OneBridge.
>
> The other authentication modules work in a similar way, but are often
> administered outside of OneBridge.
>
>>
>> What is the Groupware Change trigger, and what does it do?
>> (I think I understand all the other triggers.) Is there a
>> manual that better explains all the triggers other than the
>> Getting Started Guides for the Administrator and the End
>> User ?
>
> The Groupware Change trigger is used for the Live Connect, which is the
> IP based push. The Groupware Change Trigger is set up so that for each
> PIM module that you wish to send automatic pushes to, OneBridge will be
> notified by the respective server that there is data ready to be
> synchronized. Without the Groupware Change trigger configured the users
> will never receive e-mail through a Push, they will always be required
> to run a manual synchronization or set up a client side scheduled sync
> (or pull). Using the Live Connect Wizard, this trigger will
> automatically be configured.
>
> The Administrator's Guide is the only place that describes triggers,
> however if you have specific questions regarding triggers, please feel
> free to ask and we will be happy to help.
>
> Thanks
>
> Mark
>
>
> --Using Opera's revolutionary e-mail client: http://www.opera.com/mail/


Mark Wright Posted on 2007-03-16 17:25:38.0Z
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This is correct. The Report Viewer is a web based Report Viewer which
allows for queries to be run against the OneBridge Log Database and return
the information to the web console. It ships with serveral canned reports
and also has the ability to add custom queries to retrieve additional
information from the logs.

Thanks

Mark

On Fri, 16 Mar 2007 07:42:28 -0600, OBMG Tech - Neleos <tech@neleos.com>

wrote:

> Hi all,
>
> About OBMG Reports, Extended Systems provided since version 5.5, a web
> tool called : 'OneBridge 5.5 Report Viewer'. You can find it on
> 'OneBridge Mobile Groupware CD\Redistribute\ReportViewer'.
>
> Personally, i haven't tested it yet, since we have developed our own
> tools.
>
>
> Thanks,
> Christophe.
>
>
> Mark Wright a écrit :
>> On Wed, 14 Mar 2007 10:34:32 -0600, Aaron <Benningfield> wrote:
>>
>>> A customer sent questions about OneBridge. The customer is
>>> looking to upgrade from Pylon to OneBridge.
>>>
>>> In Pylon, there is reporting which tells me the last time a
>>> person connected to Pylon. I have looked at the OneBridge
>>> logs, and I don't see a similar reporting tool. Is there a
>>> way I can see a report showing when folks last connected to
>>> the OneBridge server ?
>> OneBridge has an MMC Snap-In Log Viewer which will show the users last
>> connected time. The data shown in the log viewer is also stored in a
>> database which can be queried and put into any other reporting tool.
>> The times that are shown are the beginning of a sync session till the
>> end of the session, basically the start and end time. A sync can be
>> broken into many sync actions which the log viewer also shows at which
>> times those seperate actions are run.
>>
>>>
>>> I see how to create and configure groups. How do I add a
>>> user to a group, or see what users are in a group? (It's
>>> like there is a User Management component that I'm not
>>> seeing. Did I miss something?)
>> This depends on which form of authentication you chose to use.
>> OneBridge supports Exchange Authentication, Active Directory, Lotus
>> Notes, Database, Radius, LDAP and a Custom Authentication SDK.
>> If you are adding individual users the Lotus Notes and Active
>> Directory (in OneBridge labeled as NT Authentication), under
>> General->Server Settings->Authentication you will see your listed
>> choice of Authentication. Entering this node you will be able to add
>> and view individual users, or groups which will be allowed to
>> authenticate to the OneBridge Server. If you so chose, you can manage
>> users my just adding a Notes Group or an AD Group, doing this will
>> allow you to add a user to the Group via Notes or AD and not have to
>> add the user in OneBridge.
>> The other authentication modules work in a similar way, but are often
>> administered outside of OneBridge.
>>
>>>
>>> What is the Groupware Change trigger, and what does it do?
>>> (I think I understand all the other triggers.) Is there a
>>> manual that better explains all the triggers other than the
>>> Getting Started Guides for the Administrator and the End
>>> User ?
>> The Groupware Change trigger is used for the Live Connect, which is
>> the IP based push. The Groupware Change Trigger is set up so that for
>> each PIM module that you wish to send automatic pushes to, OneBridge
>> will be notified by the respective server that there is data ready to
>> be synchronized. Without the Groupware Change trigger configured the
>> users will never receive e-mail through a Push, they will always be
>> required to run a manual synchronization or set up a client side
>> scheduled sync (or pull). Using the Live Connect Wizard, this trigger
>> will automatically be configured.
>> The Administrator's Guide is the only place that describes triggers,
>> however if you have specific questions regarding triggers, please feel
>> free to ask and we will be happy to help.
>> Thanks
>> Mark
>> --Using Opera's revolutionary e-mail client:
>> http://www.opera.com/mail/

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