tim at riseone
Mar 13, 2012, 2:36 AM
Post #6 of 6
Thanks for the pointer. I had already deleted and recreated the calendar many times and it still was read-only.
What solved it in the end was deleting the calendar, restarting Thunderbird (previously I had not restarted it) and then recreated the calendar. It now works correctly. Lightning must have been remembering something that could only be flushed by restarting Thunderbird.
On 12/03/12 23:56, Andrew McMillan wrote:
On Mon, 2012-03-12 at 10:58 +0000, tim wrote:
Hi Andrew, Thanks for the reply. I'm not sure why Lightning has started to do that. They can create events for other users via Lightning but not for this user - user2. When I look at the properties for the user2 calendar is looks like what I have in Lightning and I can create events for user2. Is there anywhere else in Lightning that I need to check? >From the looks of it you need to delete the calendar account from Lightning (make sure not to delete the calendar from the server in the process!) and then re-create it, especially making sure to re-create the calendar as a "CalDAV" calendar. Each calendar in lightning is configured separately, so there's no reason why one should not be mis-configured as a 'Web Calendar' rather than a 'CalDAV Calendar'. Cheers, Andrew.
Regards, Tim. On 04/03/12 09:13, Andrew McMillan wrote:
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Hi all, Back in mid January one of our users started to have problems with a calendar. Mid-January was the last time they were able to create an event for the calendar in question. Now they can see all the events in the calendar but cannot create or update events. I've now had time to look at the issue in more depth. The interesting thing to note about this is that:
[02/Mar/2012:15:39:14 +0000] "PUT /cal/caldav.php/user2/home/ HTTP/1.1" 405 397 the PUT is against the calendar URL... So the user's software is configured to write the whole calendar on change. That's called WebDAV, not CalDAV, when it happens that way. DAViCal explicitly defaults to read-only WebDAV, in order that such situations are noticed, and the user's configuration is fixed to use CalDAV. Cheers, Andrew.