If your Vibe site is fronted by Novell Access Manager and you are using applications that are based on Web Services, you need to configure Novell Access Manager to allow Web Services applications to access the Vibe site.
Examples of applications that are based on Web Services are:
The GroupWise client must access Vibe through Web Services when the GroupWise/Vibe integration is configured, as described in
Configuring GroupWise for Use with Novell Vibe OnPrem in the GroupWise 8 Interoperability Guide.
Vibe OnPrem Connector for Data Synchronizer
For more information about the Vibe OnPrem Connector, see the Vibe OnPrem Connector Installation and Configuration Guide
You can also write and deploy custom Web Service applications, as described in the Novell Vibe OnPrem 3.1 Developer Guide.
To allow Web Services applications to access the Vibe site through Novell Access Manager:
Make the following resources public in Novell Access Manager:
For more information, see
Configuring a Protected Resource for a Novell Vibe OnPrem 3.0 Server, in the Novell Access Manager 3.1 SP3 Access Gateway Guide.