[CalendarServer-users] 'DAV ACL's... li'l help?

tack tack at tractionco.com
Mon Feb 18 16:32:54 PST 2008

And this is console output from when I try to navigate to somebody's  

2008-02-18 16:30:37-0800 [-] [caldav-8008]  [-] 'No principal found  
for UID: admin'
2008-02-18 16:30:37-0800 [-] [caldav-8008]  [-] "Attempt to create  
clone '/www/calendar/CalendarServer/twistedcaldav/test/data/principals/ 
__uids__/admin' of resource  
<DirectoryPrincipalUIDProvisioningResource: /www/calendar/ 


On Feb 18, 2008, at 3:35 PM, tack wrote:

> Got it.  Thanks.  Now I can log in and browse to the users within /
> calendars, but not further down to the calendars I want to set the
> ACLs on.
> I'm thinking that my admin user isn't really an admin.  I got the guid
> URL from the /principals/users/admin/ collection listing and pasted it
> in my caldavd.plist as follows:
> <key>AdminPrincipals</key>
>   <array>
> 	<string>/principals/__uids__/XXX/</string>
>   </array>
> restarted the server and I still can't drill down to calendars so I
> can set the ACLs on them.  Something I'm missing on AdminPrincipals?
> Cheers,
> tack
> On Feb 16, 2008, at 5:12 AM, Stephen Bowman wrote:
>> New account of type CalDav, put in admin credentials, server
>> hostname only, under the options section set the path as I described
>> below.  Then it should connect and you can browse the directory
>> structure of DCS to get to the calendar you want to edit principals
>> on.
>>> The problem I was having was that I was using the wrong path.  My
>>> current settings which seem to work fine are:
>>> path = "/calendars/"
>>> login as admin...
>>> Then edit the calendar for which you want to grant permission on.
>>> For example, to steal Cyrus' wording:
>>> To give read read access on user02's calendar to user01:
>>> If you really want to use ACLs, then set the ACLs on
>>> /calendars/users/user02/calendar to give /principals/__uids__/XXX
>>> (whatever
>>> the principalURL is for user01) read access.
>>> It worked for me...
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