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Imanager OES. Iprint Netware

I have an iManager server running on sles9, and NDPS manager, broker, and
printers running on Netware. If I try to create a printer, imanager
displays "a system error has occurred" after I provide the name, context,
and NDPS manager name on the first screen. If I try to manage any of the
objects I receive "Could not find native libraries for
com.novell.service.ndps.eMFrameStartup".

I tried downgrading the iprint plugin from our old Netware OS iManager
server, but they were an older version, and wouldn't even install.

I basically was just wondering 1)if anyone else has run into this? and 2)is
there some kind of upgrade we need to do to our brokers and managers to be
able to manage them with the newer iManager plugins.
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Re: Imanager OES. Iprint Netware

steve@somewhere.com wrote:
> I have an iManager server running on sles9, and NDPS manager, broker, and
> printers running on Netware. If I try to create a printer, imanager
> displays "a system error has occurred" after I provide the name, context,
> and NDPS manager name on the first screen. If I try to manage any of the
> objects I receive "Could not find native libraries for
> com.novell.service.ndps.eMFrameStartup".
>
> I tried downgrading the iprint plugin from our old Netware OS iManager
> server, but they were an older version, and wouldn't even install.
>
> I basically was just wondering 1)if anyone else has run into this? and 2)is
> there some kind of upgrade we need to do to our brokers and managers to be
> able to manage them with the newer iManager plugins.


Steve,
The iPrint management plugin for iManager on SLES can only manage Linux
iPrint installations. To manage NetWare NDPS installations, you need
the iPrint management plugin for iManager running on a NetWare server.
This is because the NetWare iPrint plugin needs system libraries that
are only available on NetWare. This is a known limitation and I believe
it is documented as such.
Joel
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