Installing HCL Domino Connector for SAP Solutions

About this task

The HCL Domino Connector for SAP® Solutions installation program is supplied as an executable file, sapconnSetup.exe. The installation program guides you through the installation process.

If you are running HEI using a remote Domino server, ensure that the Domino server is running before you begin the installation process.

The connector is supplied as download from the HCL Web site as a self-extracting .exe file containing documentation, the readme.txt, and the install executable.
Note: See the HCL Domino Connector for SAP Solutions release note for required operating system and software versions.

The following steps are instructions for installing the HCL Domino Connector for SAP Solutions on the supported Windows 64 bit, and Linux 64 bit operating systems:


  1. Open a Windows Explorer window or UNIX shell, and locate the following install executable file supplied with your HCL Domino Connector for SAP Solutions:
    • sapconnSetup.exe file for Windows operating system
    • sapconnSetup.bin file for UNIX operating system
  2. Invoke the appropriate setup executable to start the installation program.
  3. Read the Welcome screen and click Next to continue.
    Note: Installation on a UNIX machine requests the Domino name of the UNIX user. Enter the UNIX user name and click Next.

  4. Accept or decline the license agreement. If you choose not to accept the agreement, installation ends here. To accept and proceed, click the "I accept the terms in the license agreement" option and then click Next.

  5. The Notes.ini screen appears. Select the directory containing the notes.ini and click Next.

  6. A version requirements screen appears. If your system meets the minimum requirements, click "Requirements are met" and then click Next.

  7. A dialog box appears specifying which directory the Uninstaller files are copied to. Accept the default or specify a different location in which the Uninstaller files are copied. Click Next.

  8. A Standard or Custom Installation choice screen appears, enabling you to specify an installation method. Select either Standard Installation or Custom Installation and click Next.

    Note: If you are a new or infrequent user, choose the Standard Installation method. You should have an excellent working knowledge of your system configuration and operating system if using the Custom Installation method.
    Note: If you selected Custom, a dialog box appears containing selected features based on what the installer has discovered about your system. Specify which directory to install into or accept the defaults and click Next.
  9. Read the summary screen and click Next.

  10. Read the installation complete summary screen and click Done.
    Note: If an error occurs during installation, the installer generates a log file in the install directory.