[CalendarServer-users] Sharing calendars, events

arun chhetri chhetriarun84 at gmail.com
Tue May 19 13:24:27 PDT 2009

Hi Pascal,

 thanks for quick response

I am working for CalDav client,,,
any sorry for confusing query,,

so, specifically my question is, how can I add an attendee to a particular

ok, so adding an attendee I guess is similar to updating or adding a new
.ics file in the repository using PUT request with essentially
the following parameters
1)so my question is if user X want to add an attendee Y for an event, I will
make a post to which user X or Y and what will be the URL?

    uisseaux:mailto:bernard at example.com

On Tue, May 19, 2009 at 3:08 PM, Pascal Robert <probert at macti.ca> wrote:

> Le 09-05-19 à 15:56, arun chhetri a écrit :
>  Hi group,
>> I am done with the code for basic caldav features over the web, but I have
>> new challenge to finish,,
> Are you working on a CalDAV  client or a CalDAV server ? Which development
> environment?
>> Due to the big students base and professors request for sharing calendar,
>> I was looking at  the sharing of events done in ical, which is pretty clean
>> stuff,,
>> It has some of the features like when  you add an attendee for an event,
>> the other person can say may be, decline, accept,,,
>> now I am working on that part and have no idea where to start,,,
>> So, my questions are
>> 1) How can I share my event or calendar with other user which is on same
>> lDap,,
>>     The discovery of user is prettry easy, but how do i share event or
>> calendar with him
> Either you share your whole calendar with others, or you have to add
> attendee by doing a POST request. Check :
> http://ietfreport.isoc.org/idref/draft-desruisseaux-caldav-sched/#section-8.1
>>  2) When I share an event with other user X and use my web interface to
>> read the calendar for user X, It shows the shared event, same as the user X
>> personnel events, so my question is how can i differentiate user X's
>> personnel events with shared events. Specifically does shared event has some
>> specific property in caldav which I am missing.
> You shouldn't share event, you share a calendar (collection) or you invite
> attendee and check the status of each attendee.
>> Specifically, I want sth very close to iCal,
>> Please suggest any part which I can study, or some XML query example will
>> really help
>> Thanks
>> Arun
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