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Re: [Health] Enable schedule calendar

From: Iwan
Subject: Re: [Health] Enable schedule calendar
Date: Mon, 27 Jun 2016 08:06:07 -0300


I am also working on caldav and cardav at the moment.

What I found so far is this client that should work for me (Thunderbird with lightning 0.9 and Inverse SOGo connector 0.96     for Ubuntu 9.04)

I can just get the WebDav protocol started 
2543 139833267799872 [2016-06-27 10:45:58,432] INFO trytond.server starting 
JSON-RPC protocol on *:8000
2543 139833267799872 [2016-06-27 10:45:58,484] INFO trytond.server starting 
WebDAV protocol on

I believe that because of the Sogo connector I can connect trough webdav with 
the client, but does not work yet, it gives error 404 ( but do not know the 
url, I should use )

Also i am unable to setup caldav / cardav or find any documentation on 
configuration in tryton on this subject.

I seriously need help here too. But I will keep trying.

Any help would greatly be appreciated, and when I get it working I will create 
a manual for all.


-----Original Message-----
From: Health [mailto:address@hidden On Behalf Of Jose C Cuellar
Sent: 27 June, 2016 06:09
To: address@hidden
Subject: [Health] Enable schedule calendar

Hi to everyone.

I'm trying to enable the schedule calendar at GNU Health 3.0. It doesn't
work for me, neither for the Windows Tryton client nor for the Linux
version. I can't neither access the schedule calendar at the demo
database in the GNU Solidario server; I don't know if it is enabled there.

What I need is something like what you can see the attached screen
capture; it was took from a Youtube video from Guillermo Riveros:

There is an old message from Luís Falcón explaining that there can be
used some CalDav calendars for this purpose, but it's not clear for me
how to do it:

I didn't found any other information about this. If anyone has enable
the visual schedule calendar, any help will be welcome ;-)

Thanks. Best regards.

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