Barsalou | 1 Jun 20:01 2004
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shared address book from turba

I apologize if this message was sent twice.

I am trying to share an addressbook from turba and get this error in hermes:

An error occurred listing clients: The method clientSearch is not defined in the
API for turba.

I am sharing out the address book with guest access.  Should I be more specific
to the users?

I am currently using CVS Head.

Thanks for any help you might provide.

Mike

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Jason M. Felice | 1 Jun 20:49 2004

Re: shared address book from turba

On Tue, Jun 01, 2004 at 10:01:08AM -0800, Barsalou wrote:
> I apologize if this message was sent twice.
> 
> I am trying to share an addressbook from turba and get this error in hermes:
> 
> An error occurred listing clients: The method clientSearch is not defined in the
> API for turba.
> 
> I am sharing out the address book with guest access.  Should I be more specific
> to the users?
> 
> I am currently using CVS Head.
> 
> Thanks for any help you might provide.
> 
> Mike
> 

A few things that I know of can cause this:

* Mismatched versions of turba & hermes (both must be from CVS HEAD).
* A problem in registry.php (check it against the registry.php.dist and
  make sure the API is defined correctly).
* A problem in registry.php with turba not being enabled.

Hope this helps.

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mbox mbarsalou | 2 Jun 05:25 2004
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Re: hermes Digest, Vol 69, Issue 1

After more research I saw something else that might be more relevant and
probably belongs on the turba list.

Non administrator users don't have access to the address book.  What
would cause that?

I am using the "localsql" source in the sources.php.

Mike

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Jason M. Felice | 2 Jun 05:31 2004

Re: Re: hermes Digest, Vol 69, Issue 1

On Tue, Jun 01, 2004 at 07:25:24PM -0800, mbox mbarsalou wrote:
> After more research I saw something else that might be more relevant and
> probably belongs on the turba list.
> 
> Non administrator users don't have access to the address book.  What
> would cause that?

Set permissions on the address book.  Log in as an administrator, go to
"Administration" then "Permissions".  Create the "turba" permission, and
under that the "localsql" permission, and set permissions for that
address book.

> 
> I am using the "localsql" source in the sources.php.
> 
> Mike
> 
> On Tue, 2004-06-01 at 11:01, hermes-request <at> lists.horde.org wrote:
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mbox mbarsalou | 2 Jun 08:34 2004
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Re: permissions for turba

On Tue, 2004-06-01 at 19:31, Jason M. Felice wrote:
> On Tue, Jun 01, 2004 at 07:25:24PM -0800, mbox mbarsalou wrote:
> > After more research I saw something else that might be more relevant and
> > probably belongs on the turba list.
> > 
> > Non administrator users don't have access to the address book.  What
> > would cause that?
> 
> Set permissions on the address book.  Log in as an administrator, go to
> "Administration" then "Permissions".  Create the "turba" permission, and
> under that the "localsql" permission, and set permissions for that
> address book.

To let every authenticated user see the localsql address book, what
should the permissions be?  Show and Read only?  For Default?

Mike

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Jason M. Felice | 12 Jun 04:51 2004

Some changes I'm working on...

I've found some time to do some Hermes hacking, and I'm working on
revamping the UI in some ways that could have an affect on people, so
I'm looking for feedback.  Here's an overview (it's mostly functionally
done, but lots of bugfixing to do before committing):

* Using CSS to hide time entry form.  New icon on the time table to add
  a timeslice pops up the time entry form floating above the table.
  (Scrolling down for every item always bothered me.)
* Folded search screen into main time/entry screen.  The title of the
  table is a readable description of the search criteria (e.g.
  "Unsubmitted time for Jason M. Felice").
* You can click on a search icon in the time table to pop up a floating
  search criteria form, same as time entry form.  Submitting it changes
  the filter.
* Default filter when logging in is "Unsubmitted time for X", where X is
  the logged-in user.
* Change date entry fields from drop downs with seven days (for current
  week), to month/day/year pickers (I'm thinking of rewriting the
  month/day/year pickers to make them spiffier, but that's a separate
  issue for later).
* Remove "Current Week" and "Other Weeks" -- all concept of weeks,
  really.  You enter time until you submit it.  If it's company policy
  to submit once a week, that's what you do.

In the (near) future, I want to also:

* Fold "Submit Time" screen into main time screen, too.  Just put
  checkboxes next to unsubmitted time and a submit button below the
  table.  (This will allow an administrator to submit someone else's
  time, which is a must when someone goes on vacation and forgets :)
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Barsalou | 13 Jun 21:11 2004
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auto export

Luk,

Are you able to share your automatic export idea?  What are you doing
with the time data after you export it?

Mike

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Date: Sun, 20 Jun 2004 14:08:37 +0200
From: "dadirtyluk" <news4dadirtyluk <at> gmx.de>
Subject: AW: [hermes] Some changes I'm working on...
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Hello Jason!

I'm glad to hear that hermes ist still being developed further, since
we use an almost current cvs version in my office and everybody is happy
with it.

Changes sound good...and if there is an export link again, will that be
hideable by a preference option as in other horde apps? I'd really
appreciate that since i designed an automatic export for all users...

Great Job, keep it on!

Best regards from Germany

        luk
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dadirtyluk | 13 Jun 14:31 2004
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AW: auto export

Hey Mike,

the office i'm working for uses quickbooks to manage the
time-data for all employees and for different projects/clients.

the employees enter their times into hermes.
client information is gathered in a turba client-adressbook
project information is gathered in a hermes jobtypes

every month the hermes table gets dumped and builds a .iif
file...a tab separated list that can be imported into the
above mentioned quickboox app.

i use a really simple shell script and some sql statements
that do some subselects. i found all i needed in mysql
documentation...i won't send u the script, but maybe i can help
u a little if u're having problems...

best regards

	luk

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