What Changes Does The commadmin Command Make And Is There A Way To Actually See What It Does?
(Doc ID 2791448.1)
Last updated on JULY 13, 2021
Applies to:Oracle Communications Delegated Administrator - Version 7.0.0 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.
The goal is to replace the Delegated Administrator (DA) utility after replacing Glassfish with Weblogic (since the Delegated Administrator is not supported on Weblogic).
Glassfish is currently being used as the Admin Server so the Delegated Administrator tool is being used for provisioning users.
Weblogic 126.96.36.199 will be replacing Glassfish, but it is not known how to replace the Delegated Administrator for user provisioning for both Calendar and Contact services.
Currently, the "commadmin" command is used for this. For example, to create a primary calendar account for the Calendar server, the following command is used:
# ./commadmin user create -D -d example.com -S mail,cal -H mailhost.example.com -B mailhost.example.com -F Calendar -L Primary -l calprimary -W -E firstname.lastname@example.org
But the problem being faced is that it is not known what the above command actually does (LDAP modifications - which one(s), other sub-tasks, etc.).
Likewise, this is a general issue for any "commadmin" command.
So the question is, is there any documentation or other information that describes all the tasks that any "commadmin" command performs?
Also, is it possible to use the commadmin command without having the DA installed?
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