[CalendarServer-users] Adding principals

Sebastian Hagedorn Hagedorn at uni-koeln.de
Tue Sep 5 08:34:35 PDT 2006

Hi Cyrus,

--On 5. September 2006 11:11:52 -0400 Cyrus Daboo <cdaboo at apple.com> wrote:

>> Is that path to be expected?
> Yes. The 'document root' is specified in the .plist file.

ah, got it.

> If you use the 'admin' user can you login?

Yes. If I do so the log lines read:

2006/09/05 17:23 CEST [HTTPChannel,2,] OPTIONS 
/calendars/users/a0620/ HTTP/1.1
2006/09/05 17:23 CEST [HTTPChannel,2,] PROPFIND 
/calendars/users/a0620/ HTTP/1.1

I can also creat calendars. Things still appear strange to me, though. The 
"Details" view in Mulberry gives me:

Twisted/2.3.0+r17097 TwistedWeb/[twisted.web2, version 0.1.0 (SVN r17097)] 

The Capability only reads:

Content-Length: 0

That can't be right!?

The Access button is greyed out. Shouldn't I be able to view or set ACLs?

> What OS/system/version are you running this on?

OS X 10.4.7

>> But I don't really understand how that's supposed to work.
> The above acl is in the commented out section of -static, and is used to
> create some 'users' that have a publicly accessible calendar (hence use
> of <DAV:all> as the principal).

So <principal><all/></principal> refers to <DAV:all>? I'm not sure I get 
that, but I suppose I don't need to at this point :-)

> For 'regular' users you should not use
> that - use the <user> element with 'repeat=99' as the guide for those.

I did, but I didn't specify a calendar. Should I?
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