[cosmo-dev] Re: Lightning + Cosmo
alanslists at gmail.com
Thu Dec 20 04:58:04 PST 2007
Jared Rhine wrote:
>> I am using Thunderbird/Lightning...
> Which version are you running?
> There are bugs in Lightning 0.7 which are fixed in Mozilla's
> trunk/nightlies that behave like you describe.
> In general, one of the best ways to figure out what's really going on is
> to use a network packet sniffer to capture the CalDAV traffic. You can
> often see errors/message returned by servers which are not displayed by
> clients. Also check the Cosmo logs; the issue I'm thinking of above
> (DTEND+DURATION) should generate a compliant by Cosmo. If not in the
> server log, then in the access logs (HTTP response codes of 4xx or 5xx
> can signify error conditions.)
> -- Jared
I got a trace from Wireshark (saved in pdml and attached. I have edited
the file to hide my password). The error is a 403 Forbidden message that
Cosmo sends back and the description of the problem in the xml is:
Calendar data of type text/calendar, charset=utf-8 not allowed; only
Does this make sense? Is Lightning not specifying the correct charset or
should Cosmo accept it?
The way out is open!
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