Novell Dynamic File Services 1.6 can also be used with applications that store unstructured files to the file system. One example application environment is Novell Vibe OnPrem (formerly named Novell Teaming). This section describes how to set up Dynamic File Services pairs and policies for Novell Vibe OnPrem so that users see the merged view of files stored in an application environment.
Steps and requirements to use the merged view with Novell Dynamic File Services are:
Section B.1, Verify that the Application can support using a Microsoft network share to store files
Section B.2, Understand how the application stores, names, and versions files so useful policies can be created
Section B.3, Create a Microsoft Share for the application to use
Section B.4, Configure the application to use the Microsoft Networking share
Section B.5, Install Dynamic File Services on the Windows Server where the share will be created for the primary path