Hmm, that sounds interesting and a bit odd...
On Monday 17/09/2012 at 8:56 pm, surgemailHIDDEN@etwinsite.com wrote:
Had a play over the weekend. Got everything installed and working, couple of issues though.
1 - Getting authentication failure from iCal (we're using LDAP auth - would that be the problem?) - the auth test form the admin works though and I can see the principles and calendars directories in sabredav web page quite happily.
The use of ldapauth should not be a problem no. The php calendaring php implementation connects to the imap server on 127.0.0.1:143 to do its authentication.
You are not using a split server configuration of some kind are you? (in which case it could be connecting to a server that is not configured for authentication??)
The odd thing is that you say it authenticates fine for the test connection. The surgeweb calendar requests should be getting treated in exactly the same way in terms of authentication.
2. in WebMail, diary entries aren't sticking - I add them, change to Week/Month., back to day and they are gone. I've been trying to find where it actually stores the data but not having any luck, thought it might be a permissions problem with a directory or something where the ics files are stored or something?
That would be expected if it can't connect to the database yes. Clicking on different scales gets the date range full data set back from the server. For event addition / modification Surgeweb updates its display immediately allowing you to take further actions before receiving a positive confirmation from the server. I probably should review the error handling to make sure all failure conditions in that code path actually remove the created event in question from display on error (and display the error as a warning) rather than making it look like it succeeded.
Anyway, all the calendar data should be getting stored in the file:
Yes do have a look at permissions etc on that file to see if they seem wrong.
Lets take this session offlist and if necessary provide me with server access details so I can troubleshoot onsite.
Looking really good though, can't wait to get it working!