[CalendarServer-users] ACLs in new configuration scheme

Wilfredo Sánchez Vega wsanchez at wsanchez.net
Wed Jan 10 13:31:41 PST 2007

   I put put this doc:


   Which I got from one of the Sunbird developers.

   If you have additional info you'd like to share, mail it here, and  
we'll try to update the wiki accordingly.

   Defining ACLs is tricky business and I haven't yet seen any client  
attempt to give users control of ACLs.  I think that one will take  
some time to settle.

   The new server configuration removed most of that flexibility.   
This is partly because I don't really think that the server config is  
the right place for that.  For one thing, the server config can only  
set the default values, so it doesn't give you a way to edit them  
again later.  We need a better solution.

   There is a new admin tool in the server package now that may be a  
good place for that.


On Jan 8, 2007, at 7:42 AM, Maxime Wacker wrote:

> Hello everyone.
> I've just succeeded in setting CalendarServer on Linux with a Sunbird
> client. (i'd be pleased to put a mini-howto somewhere in the wiki.
> how ?)
> I'm able to define users who stores their sunbird calendars on
> CalendarServer. But i can't understand how to define ACLs for sharing
> between users.
> I've read in this ML that standard DAV methods could be used for  
> setting
> ACLs (but there is no practical client). I also read some instructions
> how to define them in configuration files (when repository.xml was
> used).
> What i need is some up-to-date instructions on how to set ACLs in the
> new configuration scheme.
> Thanks.
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