[CalendarServer-users] Sharing Calendars
rbruce at celsiusinc.com
Fri Mar 22 07:38:38 PDT 2013
On 2013-03-22, at 10:03 AM, Pascal Robert wrote:
> Le 2013-03-22 à 09:48, Robert Bruce <rbruce at celsiusinc.com> a écrit :
>> Thank you... any help is appreciated here...
>> So it sounds like delegation and proxies are the same thing? This seems to be working... and iCal calendar sharing seems to be some other system.
> Exact, sharing and delegates/proxy is not the same. With sharing, you can share a specific calendar collection, while with proxy, you share all of your collections. Also, sharing will send a notification to the sharee, that's not the case for proxies. And the sharee HAVE to have a email address.
Ok I understand now... Thank you.
>> In iCal users can right click a calendar to share it with others in an easy way.... The calendars will end up being shared but then when I try and un-share it nothing happens and the shares remain... I would like to ether get it working properly or find a way to disable it completely because users are going to try using it regardless and I'm going to be stuck with users that have shared calendars and have no way to un-share without deleting there calendars.
> Did the actual sharing worked? The sharee should have got a notification saying that the sharer wants to share the collection and to accept the share.
The sharing works, the invitations are received, and the calendars can be modified... but if a user tries to un-share... no errors occur and the calendars remain shared. If a sharee of a calendar deletes a shared calendar by accident then invitations can't be resent... the same calendar can not be shared again to that sharee unless they are deleted and recreated...
I've been looking are access.log error.log and iCal console logs... and everything looks normal to me. No 403 errors or anything that stands out.
>> On 2013-03-22, at 9:36 AM, Pascal Dallaire wrote:
>>> Hi Bruce,
>>> I have just basic knowledge and hope I can help. I use proxies to share, when you add a user as a read-proxy to a calendar, he gets access to it in his Delegation tab in iCal, so he just has to check it to get access to this user's/resource's calendar. You can add as read or write proxy, when they're as write, they get notifications for this user/resource and can make changes. You can un-share by removing the proxy.
>>> Le 2013-03-22 à 09:30, Robert Bruce a écrit :
>>>> I'm having issues with calendar sharing... I can share calendars but I am unable to un-share or resend invitations... I have suspected a permissions issue but I can't find any.
>>>> Could someone please tell be the difference between sharing and delegation, proxies... delegation in ical client seems to be working just sharing does not.
>>>> Also where are the shares located in the database? I would at least like to be able to manual un-share.
>>>> Thank you for any help.
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