[cosmo-dev] RFC4791 HTTP REPORT and Cosmo
sam.halliday at gmail.com
Wed Aug 20 02:40:30 PDT 2008
On 20 Aug 2008, at 02:52, Brian Moseley wrote:
> On Tue, Aug 19, 2008 at 6:14 PM, Grant Baillie <grant at osafoundation.org
> > wrote:
>> Yes, sadly, those methods date back farther than CalDAV, back to
>> WebDAV (RFC
>> 2518) and its derivatives. It's a little surprising that java would
>> such a limited API, since HTTP explicitly allows for methods other
>> than the
>> ones you mention.
> i suggest looking at caldav4j, which is hosted on code.google.com, and
> is built on top of commons-httpclient.
No good, I'm looking at J2ME as the primary platform for the client.
It looks like raw socket access is the only way forward... sigh. Also,
I understand that Slide is now un-maintained!
>> Maybe this is one of the reasons atompub is gaining in popularity
>> (I don't
>> know enough about the API to know if using that is a viable option
>> for you).
> Cosmo's atompub support doesn't provide the sophisticated search
> functions that you get with caldav reports. that's something we always
> wanted to add but never got around to.
I'm not at all interested in anything that is not a part of the CalDAV
standard. I want this client to be portable across calendar servers.
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