There are no Calendar Publishing Host upgrade issues. You can upgrade the Calendar Publishing Host to GroupWise 2014 at any time after the POA that it communicates with has been upgraded. However, in order to use the CalPub Host Admin console, you must change the way it is configured. For instructions, see Setting Up Calendar Publishing Administration.
(Conditional) On Linux, stop Tomcat.
On Windows, the Installation Wizard does this for you.
To upgrade the Calendar Publishing Host to GroupWise 2014, follow the standard installation instructions in Section 17.0, Setting Up the GroupWise Calendar Publishing Host.
IMPORTANT:If more than one web-based GroupWise component (WebAccess, Calendar Publishing Host, and/or Monitor) is installed on the same server, you must upgrade all web-based GroupWise components at the same time. After one existing web-based component has been upgraded to GroupWise 2014, other web-based components on the server do not work until they also are upgraded to GroupWise 2014.
Reconfigure the CalPub Host Admin console.
For instructions, see Setting Up Calendar Publishing Administration.
(Conditional) If you are upgrading from GroupWise 8, complete the steps in GroupWise 2012 Installation Guide.
After you have upgraded the Calendar Publishing Host Application to GroupWise 2014, notify your GroupWise users that they should clear their browser caches before accessing published calendars. If old Calendar Publishing files are used from users’ browser caches, they might not be compatible with the upgraded files from the web server. The results can be unpredictable and undesirable.
External users of published calendars might not see some aspects of the GroupWise 2014 Calendar Publishing interface until after they clear their browser caches.