[kdepim-users] korganizer, groupdav, and egroupware

Ingo Klöcker kloecker at kde.org
Mon Apr 12 20:01:25 BST 2010

On Monday 12 April 2010, George Avrunin wrote:
> I'm running korganizer on a fully updated Fedora 12 system
> (kdepim-4.4.1-2.fc12.x86_64).  My department has been using
> WebCalendar to schedule some rooms and appointments for
> administrators and I'm considering trying to get them to shift to
> something I can synchronize better with korganizer, so these events
> show up on my personal calendar (which I don't want to store on the
> department server). We've got a test system running eGroupware
> (version 1.6.003-2, built from source since the Fedora rpms are not
> up-to-date).
> I tried adding the egroupware calendar as a groupdav calendar in
> korganizer.  I used the url http://servername/egroupware/groupdav.php
> (where servername is filled in correctly), with my egroupware
> username and password.  When I click on "Update Folder List", I am
> offered something that looks like
>    Folder                                  Events   Todos
>     []    George Avrunin		      o
>     []    Infolog [avrunin] Avrunin, George           o
> (I clicked to make sure the circles on the right are filled in.)
> So it looks like korganizer is communicating with the egroupware
> installation.  I checked the boxes on the left, configured the cache
> to do an automatic reload every 10 minutes and a save on every
> change, and clicked ok.  In the calendars list in the lower left in
> korganizer, I see a groupdav calendar checked.
> But events that I save to the groupdav calendar aren't showing up in
> egroupware and events from the egroupware calendar aren't showing up
> in korganizer.
> I do see some entries in the webserver log that make it look like
> korganizer is doing what it's supposed to do (or at least trying to),
> but I don't understand enough about how this is supposed to work to
> be sure:
> If it looks like I've set things up correctly and the webserver log
> entries look about right, I'll ask on the egroupware list.  But I
> wanted to check here to make sure it wasn't an obvious pilot error.

Please have a look at the archive:
http://kde.markmail.org/search/?q=egroupware list:kdepim-users#query:egroupware list:kdepim-users order:date-

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