Why do the some of these policies complicate the XPATH expressions with the last() function?
Proper usage of compute-with-form=”true” consistently updates Notes objects according to Notes Address Book ‘expectations’.
Creating a new Notes User without a user.id file is actually possible, but you have to set all the custom parameters correctly…and that part is not intuitive.
Creating Lotus Notes mailfile replicas via AdminP requires appropriate Domino server security settings. Here’s a solution from Perry Nuffer.
When trying to insert a ClientType field value via policy, the Notes driver is adding two values. Why? And how do I get rid of the ‘0’ – Notes Client value that I don’t need?
Notes Exception ID = 4091 is due to an invalid Notes UNID. This error message indicates that the Notes person document has probably been removed from the Lotus Notes Address Book, or the person document has been re-created (created anew, or copied) within the Notes database due to a replication or save conflict error, and the original document deleted.
This question does not have a quick answer, as both Domino and Identity Manager have sophisticated security systems. Each driver configuration may vary as to the required minimum security rights.
On AIX/Linux/Solaris platforms, Notes.jar can be directed where to find the Notes libraries via an OS environment variable (Notes_ExecDirectory). This is where the driver start-up scripts prove to be handy.
If you’re having problems with the NotesDriverShim hanging during the user registration process, this tip from Perry Nuffer should help.
Perry Nuffer explains why you might get a User Already Exists error when trying to add a new Lotus Notes user.