TSS LDAP configuration files are not correct

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Products

CA ACF2 CA ACF2 - DB2 Option CA ACF2 for zVM CA ACF2 - z/OS CA ACF2 - MISC CA-24X7 High-Availability Manager for DB2 for z/OS CA-Batch Processor Compile QQF CA Data Compressor for DB2 for z/OS CA Unicenter NSM CA RC/Update for DB2 for z/OS DB2 TOOLS- DATABASE MISC CA Top Secret CA Top Secret - LDAP

Issue/Introduction

Description:

You have just installed CA LDAP Server r15 with MSM 3.0.
The install was correct Path given for "Target library USS Directory" was created and loaded.

However something seems strange:

  • All names are in uppercase,

  • no extension is provided for the name.

SLAPDC seems to be slapd.conf
SLAPDE seems to be slapd.env., and so on.

There is no mention about this in the installation guide.

Solution:

When CALDAP is installed, it gets loaded into the directory before the one you are looking at.

For example, you can find the installation files in /TSSLDAP/usr/lpp/caweb instead of /TSSLDAP/usr/lpp/caweb/caldapr15

There is a readme file that is shown on the first page of the install wizard which states that you should install into a CA directory and then the runtime
will be in the prior directory, in this case, it would be /TSSLDAP/usr/lpp/caweb/caldapr15/CA that you would use as the install directory and then the runtime becomes /TSSLDAP/usr/lpp/caweb/caldapr15, this is where you would find slapd.conf etc.

In this example, /TSSLDAP/usr/lpp/caweb/caldapr15 is the install directory and /TSSLDAP/usr/lpp/caweb is the runtime directory.

Environment

Release:
Component: TSSLDP