[CalendarServer-users] New installation question
sagen at apple.com
Fri Mar 8 10:29:20 PST 2013
When iCal looks up locations and resources it does it by sending a principal-property-search REPORT request asking for principals whose "displayname" contains the string, or whose "email-address-set" starts with the string (although it's unlikely a location/resource will have an email address). In the case of locations and resources, "displayname" maps to the XML element "name" in the accounts file. Be sure your locations and resources have a <name> element defined for them. I just checked out 4.2 to verify this works.
On Mar 2, 2013, at 5:53 PM, Pascal Dallaire <pascaldallaire at cre-gim.net> wrote:
> Hi everyone,
> I just tried installing CalendarServer 4.2 on a test machine and using XML Directory Service.
> I'm using the defaults coming with the installation (caldav-test.plist, accounts-test.xml, resources-test.xml).
> I'm able to login successfully, create events, invite other users, but I can't invite Locations or Resources… iCal doesn't lookup at all, which doesn't work really in production.
> How does one use the Locations and Resources?
> Thanks in advance
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