• Subject: RE: CN=VRH1/O=VRHC
  • From: "Alex A Moore" <alexm@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Fri, 4 May 2001 05:49:15 -0400
  • Importance: Normal

Have you done
ADDRDBDIRE RDB(VRH1)
           RMTLOCNAME(*LOCAL) on your 400?

Alex


We have Domino 5.04 on our 620 which is at V4.R3.  It has been running about
a year, but we have used it mainly for only mail, calendar, etc.  I am
trying to set up a simple activity that uses DECS.  I am following a
printout from the IBM Techstudio on how to do this.  I have set up a
database, form, and connection.  When I try to start a New Activity, a box
pops up saying there are no databases on "CN=VRH1/O=VRHC".  VRH1 is the name
of our AS400 and is the name entered in the RDBE on the 400, and VRHC is the
name of Domino on our AS400.

I have started DECS. I can see it running in the Domino subsystem.  I have
all object authority on the 400.  Our Domino administrator has made sure I
have authority to the Domino database I created.   Can anyone shed some
light about what is causing this?  At this point I am very frustrated.

By the way, in the message I get, that is an O, not a 0.

Any help would be appreciated.

Mary Jo Whitcomb
AS400 Administrator
Valley Regional Hospital
Claremont, NH



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