marco perugini | 22 Oct 17:44 2014
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Fwd: lightning vs kronolith

hi all! this is my scenario:

client os - linux mint 16
server os - scientific linux 6.5
tb - thunderbird 24.6.0
cal - lightning 2.6.6
webm - horde groupware webmail edition 5.2.2
webc - kronolith 4.2.2
dav - horde_dav 1.1.0
httpd - httpd-2.2.15-31.sl6.x86_64

I'm focusing on remotely managing horde calendars from TB/lightning via 
calDAV, I followed the instructions provided  <at>  
http://wiki.horde.org/KronolithSunbird

when I create and share a calendar from my own account I can add it in 
lightning without any problem [I can add/modify/delete events, dismiss 
reminders, ...]. success log is linked from 
https://www.dropbox.com/s/z0ifgukxfkraxhb/good_boot_my_cal.log?dl=0

the problem is when I try to add another user's shared calendar, I get 
the error linked from 
https://www.dropbox.com/s/nub31sxthiriqna/TB%20lightning%20rem%20cal%20error.png?dl=0 
and I can't do anything while horde.log give me "EMERG: HORDE 
[kronolith] Call to a member function toHash() on a non-object [pid 4825 
on line 686 of "/var/www/html/webmail/kronolith/lib/Application.php"]"

I've double checked every available permission on this calendar for my 
account; I provided for the web server log 
[https://www.dropbox.com/s/y01nawg1f816k3o/ssl_access.log?dl=0] and 
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John H. Bennett III | 22 Oct 16:26 2014

Private events being sent in daily agenda email reminders

Hello,

I added a private event to my calendar, and in the daily agenda email,  
that event was sent to both myself and my wife.

We both have the preference set for, Choose if you want to receive  
daily agenda email reminders:  set to "On all calendars I have read  
access to"  Which is what we want, but for a private event, I would  
have expected this event to not be sent to her in the daily agenda  
email, as it's a private event for me.  Needless to say, this ruined  
the surprise I had planned for her.

Is this feature working as designed, or have I found an issue?  If  
working as designed, then I don't see the value of adding a private  
event, if it will be sent in the daily agenda email to all that have  
read access to your calendar and have the pref set to send daily  
agenda emails.

I am going to set up a test server, and test this more to see if I  
have something wrong, but it doesn't look like it to me.

My system is current as of yesterday.

Thanks,

John

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John H. Bennett III | 30 Sep 06:35 2014

Find in maps

Hello,

How does one use the find in maps feature?  I created an event, added  
a location, Las Vegas, NV, and as I'm typing the Find in Maps link  
appears.  I click it, but nothing happens.  Then I click the Map tab,  
and it's blank also.
Do I need to have the googlemaps api configured in horde/conf.php?  If  
so, I used this link,  
https://developers.google.com/maps/documentation/javascript/tutorial#api_key,  
to help me.  I have enabled Google Maps Embed API, and Google Maps  
JavaScript API v3.  I only got 1 API key for both services, but I did  
add this to horde/config.php
$conf['api']['googlemaps'] = 'MY API KEY';, but still nothing.

I have this configured in kronolith/conf.php
$conf['maps']['providers'] = array('Google', 'Bing', 'Yahoo');
$conf['maps']['geocoder'] = 'Google';

and I've tried both
$conf['maps']['geodriver'] = 'Mysql';
$conf['maps']['geodriver'] = 'Sql';

I don't fully understand the geo drivers yet, but I'm trying to.

Am I running into bug https://bugs.horde.org/ticket/12706, or is there  
more I need to do?

Thanks,

John
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Eric Van Bocxlaer | 20 Sep 23:21 2014
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Can't add or edit events in dynamic view Horde webmail 5.2.2, Kronolith 4.2.2

Hi,

For some time now I can't edit or add events in the dynamic view. No  
problem in editing or adding in the simple view!

So I did some debug in FireBug and the reason is a undefined  
'date_format' in the javascript file kronolith.js, function getDate:
     getDate: function(what) {
         var dateElm, timeElm, date, time;
         if (what == 'start') {
             dateElm = 'kronolithEventStartDate';
             timeElm = 'kronolithEventStartTime';
         } else {
             dateElm = 'kronolithEventEndDate';
             timeElm = 'kronolithEventEndTime';
         }
         date = Date.parseExact($F(dateElm), Kronolith.conf.date_format)
             || Date.parse($F(dateElm));
         if (date) {
             time = Date.parseExact($F(timeElm), Kronolith.conf.time_format);
             if (!time) {
                 time = Date.parse($F(timeElm));
             }
             if (time) {
                 date.setHours(time.getHours());
                 date.setMinutes(time.getMinutes());
             }
         }
         return date;
     },
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Markus Wagner | 18 Sep 19:05 2014

Howto debug "Permission denied" messages

Hi,

whenever I open a view on a calendar on kronolith I get an "Permission
denied".

Although, apparently everything works fine, I want to trace the source
of the "problem". (Unfortunately the message itself is not very
verbose). Also, it doesn't happen on other user accounts with less/no
calendar content.

I turned up logging to debug - but don't have a clue what to look for.
Or what should/might I check in the DB?

Thanks for any hints!

Markus

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John H. Bennett III | 8 Sep 22:22 2014

mini calendar view


Hello,

Something else I noticed today.  If you take a look at  
http://www.horde.org/apps/kronolith/screenshots, and look at the  
screenshots, notice the words New Event, and if you keep scrolling  
through, New Task.  On my system, and test systems, I only see New.   
The rest is line wrapped below, but hidden by the actual mini  
calendar.  Clicking on the new does work.

Also look at the mini calendar from the screenshots, and notice it  
shows a full calendar month view.  Mine show Sunday thru Friday.  I  
have to scroll for Saturday, or to change the month view.

It shows the same way on IE 11, and the latest Chrome, and no matter  
if I use a 15, 18, 21, or 27 inch monitor.

Yeah, it's just cosmetic, but is this something that can be fixed, or  
that I can fix?

Thanks yet again,

John

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John H. Bennett III | 8 Sep 21:39 2014

Issue with default and additional calenders to use for synching


Hello again,

I have a new issue that I need help with.  Now that I've gone to  
production with the latest horde 5 components, I'm seeing an issue  
with trying to set up syncing, for all users except myself.

Everyone has a default calendar, and a shared calendar was created and  
all authenticated users have all rights except delegate.  When I log  
in as one of my other users, go to preference, calendar, default  
calendar, I choose their personal calendar, then go to Synchronization  
preferences, and there is nothing to choose.  I am expecting the  
shared calendar that was created to be available as it is for my  
account.

If I choose the shared calendar as the default calendar and then go to  
Synchronization preferences, their personal calendar shows up.  This  
isn't what I want.  I want them to use their personal calendar as the  
default, and be able to choose the shared calendar as the additional  
one to be used for synchronization with external devices.  This is how  
my account is set up.  I am also the one that created and shared the  
calendar, if that makes a difference.

Please let me know what I need to do to fix this scenario.

Thank you,

John Bennett

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Systeembeheer BCS | 5 Sep 11:23 2014
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Re: timezone problem in Calendar Views

Citeren Tomi Orava <tomi.orava <at> ncircle.nullnet.fi>:

> Quoting Systeembeheer BCS <adje <at> bezoekerscentrumsonsbeek.nl>:
>
>
> Hi,
>
>>> Figured it out. Turns out there are 4 variables that influence the way
>>> kronolith stores, displays and edits calendar items:
>>> 1. default timezone of the user as set in global prefs> locale and time
>>> 2. timezone set while entering the event
>>> 3. timezone set in php/apache
>>> 4. nag on/off
>>>
>>> Assuming the timezone settings have 2 possibilities (default or
>>> Europe/Amsterdam) this results in 16 possible scenarios. Tested them one
>>> by one resulting in the table below. In each case I entered an event
>>> starting at 10:00. The table lists the times as they are displayed in
>>> the calendar views, as the show up in the event editor and as they are
>>> stored in the sql dbase.
>>>
> <snip>
>
>>> I tested with setting timezones in php.ini before but somehow missed
>>> this all, too many variables and to much noise from events that were
>>> stored incorrectly.
>>>
>>> Might be a good idea to fix this in Kronolith so the the users tz is
>>> always taken into account. Could prevent similar disasters for other
>>> users in the future
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Michael J Rubinsky | 4 Sep 15:10 2014

Re: timezone problem in Calendar Views


Quoting Tomi Orava <tomi.orava <at> ncircle.nullnet.fi>:

> Quoting Systeembeheer BCS <adje <at> bezoekerscentrumsonsbeek.nl>:
>
>
> Hi,
>
>>> Figured it out. Turns out there are 4 variables that influence the way
>>> kronolith stores, displays and edits calendar items:
>>> 1. default timezone of the user as set in global prefs> locale and time
>>> 2. timezone set while entering the event
>>> 3. timezone set in php/apache
>>> 4. nag on/off
>>>
>>> Assuming the timezone settings have 2 possibilities (default or
>>> Europe/Amsterdam) this results in 16 possible scenarios. Tested them one
>>> by one resulting in the table below. In each case I entered an event
>>> starting at 10:00. The table lists the times as they are displayed in
>>> the calendar views, as the show up in the event editor and as they are
>>> stored in the sql dbase.
>>>
> <snip>
>
>>> I tested with setting timezones in php.ini before but somehow missed
>>> this all, too many variables and to much noise from events that were
>>> stored incorrectly.
>>>
>>> Might be a good idea to fix this in Kronolith so the the users tz is
>>> always taken into account. Could prevent similar disasters for other
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Goodkat | 27 Aug 14:17 2014
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Import of .ics file not working

 I installed the horde groupware package.
I did not install the PECL
files recommended in the installation instructions.
Besides that, i
installed all as recommended.

When trying to import an .ics file to
kronolith,
i get the following message from the debian terminal:

HORDE:
[kronolith] Class 'Horde_HashTable_Vfs' not found [pid 23748 on line 34
of "/usr/share/php/Horde/Core/HashTable/Vfs.php"]

My system is a LAMP
Server with
Debian wheezy
Apache 2.2.22
Mysql 5.5
PHP 5.4.4

What do i
need to configure or install?

Thanks, goodkat

 
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lst_hoe02 | 21 Aug 14:42 2014
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Using "Resources" in Kronolith


Hello,

we playing around with resources in the latest Horde/Kronolith and  
have the following questions:

1.) With http://bugs.horde.org/ticket/13037 the creator/requester of a  
resource will be shown, but from what i can see only for users with  
the resource management right. Is there some "read" right missing or  
is this intended behaviour?

2.) When moving a event with resource per drag-and-drop the resource  
does not move accordingly. When opening the moved event and saving it  
the resource moves. Tested with FF31 and dynamic view.

3.) When requesting a conflicting resource with automatic the resource  
is denied (error message) and shown slashed in the event, but shown  
for other users as occupied in the resource calender. Intended or Bug?

Horde 5.2.1 and Kronolith 4.2.1 BTW.

Regards

Andreas

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