[horde] Problem dismissing Horde events with Lightning
jan at horde.org
Thu May 30 12:28:29 UTC 2013
Zitat von Heiko Schellhorn <schell at iup.physik.uni-bremen.de>:
> short time ago we upgraded our Horde from 3.3.9 to 5.0.4.
> New server, new installation, migrated old DB.
> So far everything worked fine but we face one problem.
> The Horde-Calendar is embedded in Thunderbird/Lightning as remote
> calendar via https://servername/rpc.php/kronolith/user/user.ics
> If we now have an event with alarm and the reminder in Lightning
> comes up and is dismissed, after some time the reminder comes up
> again and again. It harasses until you e.g. edit the event and
> disable the alarm.
> Yes... The remote calendar is writable.
> If we observe the horde-db we can see the new event with alarm in
> table horde_alarms with field alarm_dismissed set to 0.
> After the event came up in Lightning and got dismissed
> alarm_dismissed changes to 1 and the entry in horde_alarms
> disappears anytime later.
> And event_alarm_methods in kronolith_events changes to N; (is N; correct?)
> But unfortunately sometimes later the alarm comes up in lightning
> again and the entry in horde_alarm appears again. But this time
> instantly with alarm_dismissed set to 1.
> With version 3.3.x we didn't see this issue.
> We also compared two entries with alarm in kronolith_events written
> with old horde and new horde and have seen that the field
> alarm_method from dismissed events of old horde is set to NULL and
> new horde set it to N;
> Comparison of two events in the ics-backup in thunderbird folder
> brought no news both entries have the same syntax.
> I'm not quite sure if it's a problem with Lightning ?
> Some forum-entries found concerning Lightning dismissal mostly deal
> with different issues or show workarounds to get rid of the
> harassing reminders but no real solution.
> Or is it a problem with horde maybe caused by the schema update
> during upgrade ? (we also ran convert-to-utc)
> Any ideas where to put the screwdriver to fix it ?
How does the exported (from Horde to iCalendar) event look like?
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