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Topic Last Modified: 2010-06-22

Communications Server provides a web service interface that you can use to point the Location Information Server to a Secondary Location Source (SLS) database. The web service interface connecting to the SLS database must conform to Location Information Server WSDL. If both a Location database and Secondary Location database are configured, the Location Information Server will first query the Location database, and if no match is found, proxy the Location Request from the client to the SLS database. If the location exists in the SLS, the Location Information Server then proxies the location back to the client.

For more information, see the Communications Server Management Shell documentation for the following cmdlets:

To configure Secondary Location database

  1. Open Communications Server Management Shell.

  2. Open Communications Server Management Shell.

  3. Run the following cmdlet to configure the URL for the location of the Secondary Location database.

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    Set-CsWebServiceConfiguration –SecondaryLocationSourceURL “<web service url >”