[CalendarServer-users] Does Calendarserver support these features?

Dameon Wagner d.wagner at ru.ac.za
Tue Jun 10 02:05:36 PDT 2008

On Tue, Jun 10, 2008 at 10:51:19AM +0200, Dameon Wagner scribbled
 in "Re: [CalendarServer-users] Does Calendarserver support these features?":
> On Tue, Jun 10, 2008 at 10:20:43AM +0200, Martin Bretschneider scribbled
>  in "[CalendarServer-users] Does Calendarserver support these features?":
> > 
> > 3. How do I create a calendar that can be used by several persons at the 
> > same time (random read and write access)? What URL do I have to enter in 
> > the caldav-clients? Or do I have to create it on the server first?
> Hi Martin,
> Using, and slightly extending, the simple accounts.xml style setup
> that I dug out of an older SVN checkout (although I later found the
> same files in /usr/share/doc/calendarserver/examples/), I created a
> shared group calendar and accessed it in Sunbird using an URL like:
> http://<my-test-server>:8008/calendars/groups/users/calendar
> And it works nicely -- all the extra test users I created
> (imaginatively called test2 through to test9) can access, add, and
> edit events in the calendar.  I haven't yet figured out how to ...

Forgot to mention.  With the group configured in accounts.xml (and the
daemon restarted to pick up the new principles) all that I needed to
do to get the calendar working was to go to that URL -- the server
auto-provisioned the DAV collection. It was just a matter of
"adding" the calendar to Sunbird as an URL, and on visiting the URL it
was all created auto-magically.

> Now I'll go back to trying to figure out how the ACLs work, and
> lurking on this list to see if someone answers your first two
> questions...



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