macshome at afp548.com
Wed Sep 6 05:15:00 PDT 2006
Any takers on this one? Is OD support not currently functioning on Tiger
with the current code?
On Wed, August 30, 2006 12:23 am, Josh Wisenbaker wrote:
> At WWDC I had asked some questions about the OD integration of the
> iCal Server in the WWDC session on caldav. That week I built the
> early code that was out there and posted an article about it here:
> <http://www.afp548.com/article.php?story=20060809100313543>. Since
> then I've been looking the last day or so to integrate the server
> into an existing 10.4 OD server. It all seems simple enough and I did
> see your recently posted OD article here: <http://trac.macosforge.org/
> projects/calendarserver/wiki/OpenDirectory> which confirmed my own
> conclusions on how the server functions.
> I do have some questions though...
> 1. Are there publicly available schema mods to apply? As I work on
> this project for publication on AFP548.com I am trying to be very
> conscious of NDA issues and I am not looking to use _any_ of the 10.5
> info I have from the WWDC preview build. Also if the only NDA safe
> answer is to create our own CalendarPrinicpalURI attribute then I
> assume we should go ahead and register with IANA for our own
> enterprise numbering to create OIDs to prevent any future conflicts.
> 2. On one of my test servers at work I created the
> CalendarPrincipalURI and assign it to a user. I then used the default
> repository.xml to run the caldav server. It removed the 'admin' user
> created by the repository-dev.xml, but failed to create any new user
> principals. Is this something that should be working in the current
> I don't have the python skills to help much with the codebase, but I
> can certainly help with OD integration testing on 10.4 installations.
> Our readers have been clamoring for a calendaring server for years
> now and they always provide a lot of good feedback on thing like this.
> Any tips for getting OD integration running on Tiger would be
> appreciated. If the answer is, "Wait for a few more builds." then
> that is fine too.
> Thanks for your time,
> Josh Wisenbaker, ACSA
> Changing the world one server at a time.
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