[horde] Horde/Kronolith/Dav & Shared Calendars

Jan Schneider jan at horde.org
Wed Jan 15 07:45:01 UTC 2014

Zitat von Anthony Messina <amessina at messinet.com>:

> Quoting Jan Schneider <jan at horde.org>:
>> Zitat von Ralf Lang <lang at b1-systems.de>:
>>> On 10.01.2014 18:31, Anthony Messina wrote:
>>>> Hello, firstly, I would like to thank you for Horde.  I am in the
>>>> process of migrating from an EGroupware-based groupware solution to
>>>> Horde 5.1.5 with the groupware components.  So far, and with some hefty
>>>> Googling, I have almost everything working as expected.
>>>> 1. Users, authentication, and pre-authentication hooks (id, from_addr,
>>>> fullname) via an external FreeIPA (LDAP) server.
>>>> 2. Groups stored in Horde (SQL)
>>>> 3. Turba with shared addressbooks, etc.
>>>> 4. Everything except...
>>>> I have run across a snag though in that I cannot seem to get "shared"
>>>> calendars to become available via the CalDAV interface.  Again, with
>>>> some extensive Googling, I was able to reach
>>>> http://bugs.horde.org/ticket/12380 and
>>>> https://github.com/horde/horde/commit/83c961a5bbd28a41f9d897ae827bee00b628d59b
>>>> which lead me to believe that there is a workaround and that my users
>>>> *should* be able to see each others' calendars via CalDAV, so long as
>>>> they have been shared in Horde/Kronolith.
>>>> As "auser" I have created a calendar which I edit permissions and allow
>>>> "mygroup" (which contains "auser" and buser" members) to "read and edit
>>>> the events."
>>>> Using either Kontact/Korganizer/Akonadi or CalDav-sync (Android), as
>>>> "buser", when logging into http://example.com/horde/rpc/ I am only able
>>>> to retrieve my own "buser" calendar and task list.
>>>> When I browse the DAV interface as "buser," using the subscription URL
>>>> https://example.com/horde/rpc/calendars/buser/calendar:qmXKW9x9hZFr7VvyL1Wej1V/
>>>> I get the error:
>>>> <d:error xmlns:d="DAV:" xmlns:s="http://sabredav.org/ns">
>>>> <s:exception>Sabre\DAVACL\Exception\NeedPrivileges</s:exception>
>>>> <s:message>
>>>> User did not have the required privileges ({DAV:}read) for path
>>>> "calendars/auser/calendar:qmXKW9x9hZFr7VvyL1Wej1V"
>>>> </s:message>
>>>> <s:sabredav-version>1.8.7</s:sabredav-version>
>>>> <d:need-privileges>
>>>> <d:resource>
>>>> <d:href>
>>>> /horde/rpc/calendars/auser/calendar:aOtncQmkqMfKx2D1R6ZlwA7
>>>> </d:href>
>>>> <d:privilege>
>>>> <d:read/>
>>>> </d:privilege>
>>>> </d:resource>
>>>> </d:need-privileges>
>>>> </d:error>
>>>> Please let me know if I am misunderstanding the commit message,
>>>> indicating to me that I *should* be able to see others' shared calendars
>>>> via CalDAV, if there is some other permission or configuration issue
>>>> that I might be missing, or any debugging information that might be
>>>> helpful.
>>> Last time I checked, caldav on horde/sabredav only supported
>>> shares/calendars owned by your user. I added some minor improvements so
>>> it also supports shares owned by -system- (nobody) but I don't think it
>>> already supports calendars owned by 3rd party.
>> Correct, though I have a local POC patch that I'll try to get into  
>> master before the release.
> Thank you.  Jan, would you be willing to share that patch so I can  
> take a look at it and learn a little more about Horde internals?
> -A

It will be committed when it's ready for testing and consumption
Jan Schneider
The Horde Project

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