Oracle Calendar Client 10.1.2 for Windows
Oracle Calendar Client 10.1.2 is a Windows-based Oracle program used to connect to and interact with the Oracle calendaring system.
What You Will Need
In order to use Oracle Calendar, you must:
- Download the Oracle Calendar client, which is available on the Software Downloads page, under Windows XP and Windows Vista downloads. You will need to log in using your USC ID to download software.
- Have a USC faculty or staff email account and activate your account for use with Oracle Calendar. If you have not already done so, see the instructions on the Activating Your Account page.
Configuring Oracle Calendar Client 10.1.2
Once your account has been set up to use Oracle Calendar and you have installed Oracle Calendar on your machine, you will need to configure it to connect to the Oracle Calendar system.
- Start the Oracle Calendar installer. You may accept the default setup settings.
- Once Oracle Calendar is installed, you can start it by going to the Start menu, then going to the Programs folder, then going to the Oracle Calendar folder, and then selecting the Oracle Calendar icon. This will bring up the Sign-In window.
- Click Other to open the Connection Manager, and click New to create a new Oracle Calendar profile.
- For the Connection Name field, enter a unique name for this Oracle Calendar profile.
- For the Server, enter its-calendar.usc.edu.
- To have Oracle Calendar automatically fill the rest of the connection information, click the Lookup button. Once the rest of the information fills in, click OK to return to the Connection Manager.
- The new profile can be made the default by highlighting the profile in the list and clicking the Make Default button.
Connecting to Oracle Calendar
To connect to the Oracle Calendar system, select the appropriate profile in the Connect to dropdown menu.
The User name and Password are the same username and password used to access your UNIX account.
On startup, Oracle Calendar may ask if you want to create an off-line agenda. Selecting Yes will cause Oracle Calendar to download your agenda for use when not connected to the Oracle calendaring system. More details about off-line agendas can be found in the section Working with Off-line Agendas.
Getting Additional Help
Oracle Calendar provides a comprehensive help system that can be accessed by selecting Contents from the Help menu.
If you need additional help, you can send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org or contact the ITS Customer Support Center at 213-740-5555.