Before you begin with Google Calendar Resource Sync (GCRS), you must complete all the installation steps. Begin by installing GCRS.
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Download the GCRS connector
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What components make up the connector?
- Distribution kit—The distribution kit contains 2 HCL Notes (formerly IBM Notes) templates, gcrs.ntf and gcrs-log.ntf.
- Service account DLL files—The kit includes 2 DLL files:
- win32\service_account_com_dll.dll (32 bit)
- x64\service_account_com_dll.dll (64 bit)
If you're using a service account to access your Google Calendar resources, you need to register the appropriate DLL file on your GCRS server. The file isn't needed if you're using 3-legged OAuth as your authorization method.
- GCRS database—The GCRS database is created manually on the HCL Domino server from the gcrs.ntf template. The database contains the system configuration and a set of resource profiles. The database also includes the schedule agent Sync Calendars, which is responsible for syncing the resources between the 2 systems.
- GCRS log—A log database is automatically created from the gcrs-log.ntf template when GCRS is configured for the first time.
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