[chandler-users] problem while importing ics-files
mimi at osafoundation.org
Fri Sep 26 11:45:58 PDT 2008
Your issues seems different from the one reported in bug 3006, since
that user seemed to be able to get calendars with SEQUENCE or LAST-
MODIFIED attributes into Chandler without errors.
I'm not sure how else to help you. I can ask one of the developers to
take a look at your .ics file so they can diagnose what is failing.
Right now, they're heads on working on the re-architecture project -
However, I am pulling together a weekly summary of users-list issues
that the devs should take a look at and since you seem to be
completely blocked on getting your data into Chandler, I'll include
this in my summary.
Thanks for your patience,
On Sep 24, 2008, at 11:36 PM, Thomas Plötz wrote:
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> Hi Mimi,
> I don't know whether the SEQUENCE or LAST-MODIFIED issue is really
> the problem -- it was just a guess. Here's what I
> found about it:
> In fact it does not matter from which of the three applications
> I've mentioned the last export happened. The problem
> remains in either case.
> The chandler-hub solution sounds reasonable but, at least for me,
> rather problematic since I do not want to
> put my calendar (and those of our whole working group) on a public
> server even if there is encryption etc. ...
> - --
> On 24.09.2008, at 19:48, Mimi Yin wrote:
>> Hi Thomas,
>> Could you point me to the bug you are referring to?
>> Of the 3 apps you mentioned, which app did you export the calendar
>> from last?
>> You could also try publishing the calendar to Chandler Hub from
>> iCal or Sunbird and then subscribing to it from Chandler Desktop.
>> (Once you've published the calendar to Chandler Hub, click on the
>> down-arrow next to the calendar and you should see a "Subscribe
>> with: [Chandler Desktop]" button.
>> On Sep 24, 2008, at 2:41 AM, Thomas Ploetz wrote:
>>> Hi folks,
>>> [all regarding latest chandler versions on both Mac and Linux boxes]
>>> I am trying to import existing ics-files (successfully created
>>> and modified using various tools like korganzier, sunbird, iCal
>>> etc.) but import keeps aborting with " a problem" (basically,
>>> thats the error message -- not very informative, though).
>>> In the bug database I found that SEQUENCE and LAST-MODIFIED
>>> entries in ics-files are not supported by chandler. Probably this
>>> could be my problem since a quick glimpse into the files unveiled
>>> lots of such entries.
>>> Is there anything I can do making chandler just ignore those
>>> fields and continue importing?
>>> chandler-users mailing list
>>> chandler-users at osafoundation.org
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