[korganizer] [Bug 407965] New: Applying two changes in a row in the event editor fails with "Only resources can modify remote identifiers"

Rickard Westman bugzilla_noreply at kde.org
Sun May 26 21:03:06 BST 2019


            Bug ID: 407965
           Summary: Applying two changes in a row in the event editor
                    fails with "Only resources can modify remote
           Product: korganizer
           Version: 5.7.3
          Platform: Kubuntu Packages
                OS: Linux
            Status: REPORTED
          Severity: normal
          Priority: NOR
         Component: incidence editors
          Assignee: kdepim-bugs at kde.org
          Reporter: rwestman at bredband.net
  Target Milestone: ---


The event editor UI allows you to apply a change immediately by pressing
"Apply".  But if you make more than one change without closing the editor
in-between, the second one fails with an error dialog.  You then have to cancel
out of the dialog to exit it. This happens whether you try to apply the second
change using the "Apply" button or the "OK" button.

1. Press "New Event..." button and edit the Title field to say "Test"
2. Press "Apply"
3. Edit the Title field to say "Foo".
4. Press "Apply".


An error dialog appears after the last step.  The title is "Sorry - KOrganizer"
and the message text is: 

"Error while trying to modify calendar item. Error was: Only resources can
modify remote identifiers"

When you click OK, you get a warning dialog saying "Unable to store the
incidence in the calendar.  Try again?".  If you try again, the first error
dialog will show again.  It is possible to work around the bug by exiting the
event editor, selecting the event created in step 2 for modification, and then
redoing steps 3 to 4.


I expected to be able to make many edits to an event, pressing "Apply" after
each one, without getting the errors dialogs described.


Linux distribution: Kubuntu 18.04
KDE Plasma Version: 5.12.7
KDE Frameworks Version: 5.44.0
Qt Version: 5.95
Kernel Version: 4.18.0-20-generic


Maybe related to bug #307383, marked as fixed in 2012?

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