[horde] More Apple iCal woes...

Jan Schneider jan at horde.org
Thu Jan 31 16:46:26 UTC 2008

Zitat von Ryan Steele <rsteele at archer-group.com>:

> Hey folks,
> I've found the "fly in the ointment".  On the Mac running iCal, if I
> download testacct's iCalendar file by plugging in the URL to it in
> Firefox and importing the events into iCal, I then have the ability to
> publish new events to Kronolith.  I'm curious as to why that initial
> import of the iCalendar data needs to be done in iCal before I can
> publish to Kronolith?  Is this a bug? Figured I'd ask before filing -

I'm not sure what you are trying to do. Are you trying to upload  
calendar data from iCal to Kronolith to a calendar that doesn't exist  
yet? That wouldn't work.

> Ryan Steele wrote:
>> Hey folks,
>> I thought I had this working previously, but maybe I was wrong.  I'm
>> working with RC1 for the framework and Kronolith.  When I go to publish
>> a calendar with iCal to Horde, I get "500 - Internal Server Error".  It
>> works just fine from Sunbird/Lightning.  I checked the logs and found this:
>> Jan 27 14:47:02 HORDE [debug] [kronolith]  
>> Kronolith_Driver_sql::listEventsConditional(): user = "testacct";
>> query = "SELECT event_id, event_uid, event_description,  
>> event_location, event_private, event_status,
>> event_attendees, event_keywords, event_title, event_category,  
>> event_recurcount, event_recurtype, event_recurenddate,
>> event_recurinterval, event_recurdays, event_start, event_end,  
>> event_alarm, event_modified, event_exceptions,
>> event_creator_id FROM kronolith_events WHERE calendar_id = ? AND  
>> ((event_end > ? AND event_start < ?) OR
>> (event_recurenddate >= ? AND event_start <= ? AND event_recurtype  
>> <> ?))"; values = "testacct,0000-01-01
>> 00:00:00,9999-12-28 00:00:00,0000-01-01 00:00:00,9999-12-28  
>> 00:00:00,0" [on line 302 of "/path/to/kronolith/lib/Driver/sql.php"]
>> Jan 27 14:47:02 HORDE [error] [horde] No iCalendar data was found.  
>> [on line 147 of "/path/to/horde/lib/Horde/RPC/webdav.php"]

This error message means the iCal didn't send iCalendar data with its request.


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