Jens.Langner at light-speed
Oct 5, 2011, 10:52 AM
Post #2 of 9
Re: Problems with 0.9.9.4, iOS clients and CalDAV...
[In reply to]
despite the fact that unfortunately nobody replied to my request to this
list, I followed up the latest progress on DAViCal development. I now
updated my DAViCal installation to the latest 0.9.9.6 version (actually
git trunk) and gave my previously observed problems another try.
However, the problem remains the same:
As soon as I enter a calendar event from my iPhone4 (iOS4.3.3), the
iPad2 (iOS 4.3.5) or an other iPhone3 I'll get the same problem. The
event shows up in iCal on OSX, but it disappears immediately as soon I
reload the addressbook app on iOS. Also any iOS device doesn't show up
the events created by the OSX addressbook application. However, syncing
between OSX clients works without any problems.
In addition, using my older installation of DAViCal 0.9.7.4 works also
between iOS clients.
Anyone having any idea what's going wrong here and how to debug the
situation to get it solved as I want to switch to the newer 0.9.9.6
version ASAP because I need the CardDAV functionality (which btw works
between iOS devices, just CalDAV seems to be broken).
Jens Langner schrieb:
> I have been using DAViCal very successfully for quite some years now
> with a set of iCal (Snow Leopard and Lion) and iOS clients
> (iPhone4/iPhone3G). However, I have been just using version 0.9.7.4
> until recently. Now that CardDAV has been implemented in DAViCal I
> decided to give the latest 0.9.9.4 version a spin and installed it into
> a secondary database (davical2). Now I am desperate to switch completely
> to the latest 0.9.9.4 version, however my recent tests revealed that
> some things are not working as smoothly as with 0.9.7.4.
> CardDAV seems to work fine so far no matter which client is used
> (iOS<>iCal, iCal<>iCal, iOS<>iOS). However, when I am starting playing
> around with CalDAV by trying different client combinations my iOS
> clients (iPhone4, iPad2) are showing problems. In fact, I can perfectly
> add/remove/change calendar entries between iCal clients no matter if
> they are snow leopard or lion based. However, my iOS clients don't show
> the caldav entries created by the iCal clients. Interestingly, if I am
> going to add a new event with an iOS client they show up on the iCal
> clients as well. But as soon as I close the calender app on iOS and
> reenter it the app resyncs to the davical server and then the event
> suddenly disappears. I have tried playing around with the calender
> settings on iOS to just show two weeks in the past but that didn't solve
> Any idea what might be the problem here? Has anyone else a similar
> configuration which works or are these iOS client problems know already?
> For now, I am back to 0.9.7.4.
> Any help would be appreciated...
> best regards,
Jens Langner, Dresden/Germany
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