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lotusnotessecurity.bat reference

FAST Search Server 2010

Published: May 12, 2010

Use the FAST Search Lotus Notes user directory connector tool, lotusnotessecurity.bat, to extract user and group information from Lotus Domino directories that will be used for security in Microsoft FAST Search Server 2010 for SharePoint search results.

note Note:

To use a command-line tool, verify that you meet the following minimum requirements: You are a member of the FASTSearchAdministrators local group on the computer where FAST Search Server 2010 for SharePoint is installed.

<FASTSearchFolder>\bin\lotusnotessecurity.bat <command> [options]

Parameters

Parameter Description

<FASTSearchFolder>

The path of the folder where you have installed FAST Search Server 2010 for SharePoint, for example C:\FASTSearch.

lotusnotessecurity.bat commands

Command Description

start

Starts the Lotus Notes user directory extraction with the configuration specified in the -f option.

Do not start more than one Lotus Notes user directory extraction using the same configuration file at the same time.

stop

Shuts down the Lotus Notes user directory extraction for the configuration specified in the -f option. After setting the stop flag, the running connector stops gracefully in several minutes.

lotusnotessecurity.bat options

Option (and short name) Value Required? Description

–h

<none>

No

Displays help.

-v

<none>

No

Displays version information and exits.

-f

File path of configuration file (absolute or relative reference)

Yes

Specifies the configuration file that is used to extract Lotus Notes content.

Examples

To start Lotus Notes user directory extraction:

<FASTSearchFolder>\bin>lotusnotessecurity.bat start –f ..\etc\my_ln_sec_configuration.xml

To stop Lotus Notes user directory extraction:

<FASTSearchFolder>\bin>lotusnotessecurity.bat stop –f ..\etc\my_ln_sec_configuration.xml

Remarks

You must run the lotusnotessecurity.bat tool from the <FASTSearchFolder>\bin folder and have JAVA_HOME set to a 32-bit JRE (Java 1.6 or newer). You must also point Notes_ExecDirectory to the installation path of the Lotus Notes Client, and NOTES_JAR_LIB to the folder where the file Notes.jar is located.

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