Q

Determine your domain and name of admin server

I just started using Domino 6 and we often make some minor changes to agents when moving from development to production. Is there a standard method to determine your domain and the name of the admin server in your domain?
If you are running something from the client, you can find the users mailserver and then open the address book on the mailserver. If you are running on the server, open the server's addressbook. Find the current server or mail server's document and get the domain name from that document.

The administration server varies for each database. To find out a database's admin server, you need to use the ACL Class and scan all ACL entries for one where the property IsAdminServer is true. You can do this for the address book to find the Admin server for the addressbook.

Do you have comments on this Ask the Expert question and response? Let us know.

This was first published in February 2005

Dig deeper on Lotus Notes Domino Mailbox Management

Have a question for an expert?

Please add a title for your question

Get answers from a TechTarget expert on whatever's puzzling you.

You will be able to add details on the next page.

0 comments

Oldest 

Forgot Password?

No problem! Submit your e-mail address below. We'll send you an email containing your password.

Your password has been sent to:

-ADS BY GOOGLE

SearchWinIT

Search400

  • iSeries tutorials

    Search400.com's tutorials provide in-depth information on the iSeries. Our iSeries tutorials address areas you need to know about...

  • V6R1 upgrade planning checklist

    When upgrading to V6R1, make sure your software will be supported, your programs will function and the correct PTFs have been ...

  • Connecting multiple iSeries systems through DDM

    Working with databases over multiple iSeries systems can be simple when remotely connecting logical partitions with distributed ...

SearchEnterpriseLinux

SearchVirtualDataCentre.co.UK

Close