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RE: Unable to create a replicata of an indexed database ~Julia Prefootherlen 20.Nov.03 12:01 AM a Web browser Notes Client 6.0.3; 6.0.2 CF2; 6.0.2 CF1; 6.0.2; 6.0.1 CF3; 6.0.1 CF2; 6.0.1 CF1; 6.0.1; 6.0Windows 2000, Windows XP
First, there's an easier way to do what you're trying to do here. Read about "Group calendar" in the Notes client help.
By index I assume you mean a full-text index.
Your problem really has to do with the user's access rights to the database. You can create a replica, and if you copy the ACL, you are not the manager of that replica. If the original has a full-text index, then Notes will try to create a full-text index in the replica also. But, the person who creates the replica might not have enough access to the replica to do that. That's what I _think_ is happening here.
If you create the replica without copying the ACL, then you are the manager of the new replica. However, you probably don't stay manager for long, because this replica replicates its ACL with the user's main mail file, so they end up with the same ACL -- probably the original ACL which has the mail file owner as manager. When you later try to create a full-text index, you do not have access to do so because you are not the manager.
You should, however, have access to create an index in a local replica because you are effectively the manager of that replica -- unless the Consistent Access Control option is enabled. Is it?