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|ID||Project||Category||View Status||Date Submitted||Last Update|
|0000305||SOGo||Web Calendar||public||2009-12-30 05:56||2010-02-17 10:55|
|Fixed in Version||1.2.1|
|Summary||0000305: Private events viewable by other people|
Person A is using Outlook 2003 and syncing through the funambol connector.
Problem: Person B cannot see Person's A private events in Thunderbird/lightning (which is correct) but can see those events in the webinterface (which is bad).
The problem arises when Person A is creating a private event first in Outlook and then syncing/uploading to the server. If Person A creates the event first through the webinterface then the problem doesn't occur. Person A can even "downsync" a private event, move the event in Outlook to another day and "upsync" again. Person B won't be able to see the event through the webinterface (which is right) if the event has been created through the webinterface.
All versions are up to date, but no patches applied.
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I did some more investigations and saw that when upsyncing a private event from outlook through funambol the c_classification field in the postgres table is set to 0. Should it not be 1 for a private event or are there other fields to consider?
Is there a description out there of the table fields?
What is strange is that the event is still marked as private in Person A webcalendar although Person B can see it though. So I guess it is rather a funambol/sogo connector problem than a web calendar issue.
This has been fixed - the access class is now honored by the Funambol SOGo Connector. The fix will soon be pushed to the Funambol's Forge SVN server.
|2009-12-30 05:56||loegu||New Issue|
|2010-01-22 16:33||loegu||Note Added: 0000505|
|2010-01-23 11:51||loegu||Note Edited: 0000505|
|2010-01-25 07:27||loegu||Note Edited: 0000505|
|2010-02-17 10:54||ludovic||Status||new => assigned|
|2010-02-17 10:54||ludovic||Assigned To||=> ludovic|
|2010-02-17 10:55||ludovic||Note Added: 0000591|
|2010-02-17 10:55||ludovic||Status||assigned => resolved|
|2010-02-17 10:55||ludovic||Fixed in Version||=> 1.2.1|
|2010-02-17 10:55||ludovic||Resolution||open => fixed|