[CalendarServer-users] CardDAV instalattion integrated in caldav

Andre LaBranche dre at apple.com
Wed Feb 2 11:17:43 PST 2011

Are you running trunk? To use a known working configuration, cp conf/caldavd-dev.plist conf/caldavd-test.plist, then start the server. In this configuration, the service is listening (on localhost) on all the required ports. If you use a browser to hit http://localhost:8800,  you should see a top-level listing similar to:

Name	Size	Last Modified	MIME Type
.calendarserver_version	1	2010-Sep-22 14:03	text/plain
.well-known/	?		(collection)
addressbooks/	?		(collection)
admin	?		(collection)
calendars/	?		(collection)
directory/	?		(collection, addressbook, directory)
principals/	?		(collection)
timezones	?		text/xml (timezones)
webcal	?		(collection)

You can validate CardDAV by running the 'testserver' script included with CalendarServer. This script runs tests provided by CalDAVTester, which should be a sibling directory to CalendarServer.

I have updated and consolidated our documentation about CalDAVTester:



On Feb 2, 2011, at 5:16 AM, Lisana Berberi wrote:

> hello, 
> i've installed caldav in a linux squeeze machine and it works great, now i want to install CardDAV, 
> pls can you help me..
> i did some configs 
> <!-- Enable Calendars -->
> <key>EnableCalDAV</key>
> <true/>
> i tried via Address Book on ical to add a new cardav account but i got an error message:
> The CardDAV server returned an error (404) for the user “admin”.
> URL: https://cal.internetpeople.at:8843/(null)/
> thnx,
> lisa

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