Yes, these are related items.
On 04/08/2018 10:08 PM, ellie timoney wrote:
Is this thread covering the same ground as https://github.com/cyrusimap/cyrus-imapd/pull/2307 ? I don't know DAV well enough to tell.On Sun, Apr 8, 2018, at 10:53 AM, Ken Murchison wrote:I originally wrote the code to handle public calendars in the "shared" namespace, but I focused on user calendars first, and public calendar support got tossed on the back burner. It appears that the code for public calendars partly works.My first thought to get auto-discovery of public calendars is to add /dav/calendars as a second calendar-home-set for users and see what the Apple clients do with that. I don't know if they can handle multiple home-sets. If that doesn't work, then we could map public calendars into the user's home-set via the same subscription mechanism that we use for CalDAV sharing.To answer the original question, calendars are enumerated by meth_propfind() and propfind_by_collection() in http_dav.cOn 4/7/18 8:25 PM, Bron Gondwana wrote:Ken knows this code best. I bet there's something which is requiring that there's a user on the mboxname because we implement the same behaviour at FastMail by having a separate user on which shared resources are kept. The DAV resources are stored per-user, and without a place to keep them for "shared calendars" that code might just not be accessible. I'm sure it would be possible to create a shared DAV database as well for this case, but it just needs some programming effort.Bron. On Sun, 8 Apr 2018, at 07:30, Anatoli wrote:Hi All,I'm trying to understand the code responsible for enumerating user calendars (and xDAV resources in general) to try to make the discovery work for shared resources too (currently there's no way to access shared resources with Apple xDAV client implementation, yes with Thunderbird as it doesn't use the discovery mechanism, but instead should be pointed to the exact URL for each calendar). If I understand it correctly, the functionality is in imap/http_caldav.c.Could you please point me to the place where the enumeration occurs and briefly mention how the general workflow looks like?The client asks for: PROPFIND /dav/calendars/user/<user@domain>/ <A:propfind xmlns:A="DAV:"> ... The server responds with: HTTP/1.1 207 Multi-Status <A:multistatus xmlns:A="DAV:" ...> <A:response> <A:href>/dav/calendars/user/<user@domain>/</A:href> <A:propstat> ... </A:response> <A:response> <A:href>/dav/calendars/user/<user@domain>/Default/</A:href> <A:propstat> <A:prop> ...The idea is to include in the returned lists the shared calendars too with the discovery logic based on the IMAP shared folders.Below goes the initial exchange between the calendar app on iOS 10.2.6 and Cyrus 3.0.5 when the exact URL (/dav/calendars/shared/) for the shared calendar is provided in the advanced settings of the app (the URL finally resets to the user principals folder (/dav/principals/user/t...@domain.com/) as iOS is pointed to it by Cyrus). In the attached file goes the telemetry for the rest of the communication.Thanks, Anatoli---------- t...@domain.com <mailto:t...@domain.com> Sun Mar 25 06:05:36 2018<1521968736<*PROPFIND* */dav/calendars/shared/* HTTP/1.1 Accept: */* Content-type: text/xml Connection: keep-alive Content-length: 181 Host: mail.domain.com User-agent: iOS/11.2.6 (15D100) accountsd/1.0 Prefer: return=minimal Depth: 0 Brief: t Accept-language: en-us Authorization: Basic ... Accept-encoding: br, gzip, deflate <1521968736<<?xml version="1.0" encoding="UTF-8"?> <A:propfind xmlns:A="DAV:"> <A:prop> <A:current-user-principal/> <A:principal-URL/> <A:resourcetype/> </A:prop> </A:propfind> >1521968736>HTTP/1.1 207 Multi-Status Date: Sun, 25 Mar 2018 09:05:36 GMT Strict-Transport-Security: max-age=600 Vary: Accept-Encoding, Brief, Prefer Preference-Applied: return=minimal Content-Type: application/xml; charset=utf-8 Content-Length: 546 <?xml version="1.0" encoding="utf-8"?> <A:multistatus xmlns:A="DAV:" xmlns:C="urn:ietf:params:xml:ns:caldav"> <A:response> <A:href>*/dav/calendars/shared/*</A:href> <A:propstat> <A:prop> <A:current-user-principal> <A:href>*/dav/principals/user/t...@domain.com/*</A:href> </A:current-user-principal> <A:resourcetype> <A:collection/> <C:calendar/> </A:resourcetype> </A:prop> <A:status>HTTP/1.1 200 OK</A:status> </A:propstat> </A:response> </A:multistatus> <1521968736<OPTIONS /dav/principals/user/t3%40domain.com/ HTTP/1.1 Host: mail.domain.com Connection: keep-alive Accept: */* User-Agent: iOS/11.2.6 (15D100) accountsd/1.0 Accept-Language: en-us Content-Length: 0 Accept-Encoding: br, gzip, deflate >1521968736>HTTP/1.1 200 OK Date: Sun, 25 Mar 2018 09:05:36 GMT Strict-Transport-Security: max-age=600 Cache-Control: no-cacheLink: </dav/principals/.server-info>; rel="server-info"; token="80769c2c66d340ecd178710db26d56b9c4699e3e"DAV: 1, 2, 3, access-control, extended-mkcol, resource-sharing DAV: calendar-access, calendar-auto-scheduleDAV: calendar-query-extended, calendar-availability, calendar-managed-attachmentsDAV: calendarserver-sharing, inbox-availability DAV: addressbook Allow: OPTIONS, GET, HEAD Allow: PROPFIND, REPORT, COPY Content-Length: 0 Email had 1 attachment: * |telemetry.log| 36k (text/x-log)-- Bron Gondwana, CEO, FastMail Pty Ltd br...@fastmailteam.com <mailto:br...@fastmailteam.com>-- Kenneth Murchison Cyrus Development Team FastMail Pty Ltd
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