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OnTime for Domino

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Please note: The below information pertains to HTTP based access to the OnTime Group Calendar API that is for OnTime Group Calendar Web, Mobile and Social. It also pertains to Notes and Team-At-A-Glan...
At some point you may need to revoke an OnTime Access Token (“token”) if a mobile device has been stolen or you fear that a token which is still valid has been compromised. Revoking the token takes ef...
This FAQ outlines the different application settings available to change the default behaviour of the OnTime Group Calendar Web Desktop. Application settings are configured from the OnTime Config DB u...
Basic Authentication enabled and OTGC web 2011 is not supported for that. Create Site document for website and Enable SSO (LTPAToken).
To use the web database, the user you use for authentication must be in the ontimegc.nsf database, since its otherwise impossible to find the user credentials for accessing peoples calendars.
Cookies can be blocked by the browser, therefore check the security settings to set allow cookies for the website.
There can be 2 reasons to why you have to login every time: Your administrator has not set the correct Acces Control on the web database regarding Anonymous access. Described in the Installation manu...
The OnTime Group Calendar server task listens to events on the Domino servers being monitored in order for OnTime Group Calendar to synchronize calendar entries from mail files. Part of this process i...
The below information must be set on the person document in Domino Directory for a person to be considered for import into OnTime Group Calendar. Please note that the user must also be included by the...
Starting with OnTime Group Calendar v. 4.2, for each user connecting to OnTime Group Calendar, we log the client name (Application ID, ApplID) and the client version (Application Version, ApplVer). Th...

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