[Cosmo] Cosmo 0.2.7 & Sunbird 0.3a1
bcm at osafoundation.org
Tue Feb 21 17:01:27 PST 2006
(taking this back to the cosmo list so that others can find this info later)
On 2/21/06, stephen farrell <steve at farrell.org> wrote:
> No. Evolution makes a calendar that Sunbird can't see.
> How can I get a listing of the collections?
look at that html listing of your home directory. any collections
within your home collection will be linked so that you can click
through them to look at their contents.
you can also use cadaver or some other webdav client to examine the
properties of your collections. the DAV:resourcetype property will
tell you if the collection is a calendar collection or not (its value
will contain a special xml value, CALDAV:calendar i think).
are you using snarf? if so, you can look at
$SNARF_HOME/log/access*.log to see exactly what requests are being
made by evolution and sunbird. i often tail -f that log while i'm
using a client for exactly that reason.
i don't have a linux box with a head, so i can't check what's going on
with evolution. anybody else on the list have the ability to use
sunbird and evolution to create and view calendars in cosmo?
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