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Hello Steven:
Please note that when you are migrating from Netscape Calendar to Oracle Calendar, you must do the following:
- Extend the Netscape Directory Server schema (copy over the LDAP connector files)
- Now that your Netscape Directory Server supports CorporateTime objects. Export the Directory server database to an LDIF file. With an editor:
·     replace all instances of nscal with ctcal.
·     replace all instances of nsCal with ctCal.
Save the changes and import the LDIF file back into the Directory server.
Once your Directory Server correctly support CorporateTime objects, you will convert the calenadr database (unidbconv) and then run a fix (unidbfix -f).
Thank You,
Michael

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