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Re: [Health] GNU_Health/WebDAV - no appointments displayed with Thunderb
Re: [Health] GNU_Health/WebDAV - no appointments displayed with Thunderbird
Mon, 19 Feb 2018 10:34:25 +0000
On Sun, 18 Feb 2018 21:26:10 +0100
"Edgar Hagenbichler" <address@hidden> wrote:
> Dear Luis,
> Von: Health [mailto:address@hidden Im
> Auftrag von Luis Falcon Gesendet: Sonntag, 18. Februar 2018 11:46
> >Hi Edgar !
> >Forgot to add the webdav server to the reset instance script, so it
> >starts automatically. Now it should be on. PLease check
> Checked, it works!
> >>... is there a login with admin and pw
> >> gnusolidario with the Thunderbird client?
> >Yes, you use the user credentials associated to the calendar.
> Maybe I do something wrong. On the Community server
> the calendar Cordara is associated to the Administrator admin
> who has the pw gnusolidario.
> When I create in Thunderbird a new Internet Calendar and use
> then immediately there is the connection and
> the appointments are displayed correctly.
> But there is no login screen for the user credentials.
It always checks for credentials, so a possibility is that you have them
already defined in your calendar client from previous installations.
> What am I doing wrong?
> >> And is it possible to import appointments in GN Health 3.2?
> >>If yes, how can I do this?
> >With Proteus you should be able to import appointments.
> Is it possible to invoke Proteus from the GNU Health client or
> with the SAO webclient? That would be great!
If you already have a bunch of ICS files and you want to update the
appointments, then proteus would be the best way, via script...
When the write functionality from the calendar client is enabled, then
it would synchronize automatically.
> And is there a documentation for Proteus besides
> https://en.wikibooks.org/wiki/GNU_Health/Laboratory_Management ?
> > >As discussed with Axel, for 3.4, we should have write mode
> >>enable from the client.
> With the SAO client I can set Access Permissions for
> the Cordara calendar also for Write Users.
You should be able to do the same (even more) with the official GTK
> Now I tried it for the Administrator. But it does not work yet.
> I guess you mean this to enable this for the Version 3.4.
No. What we should be able to do is to make changes in the
calendar client (eg, Thundebird ) and update the appointment
information on GNU Health.
> When, do you think, will version 3.4 be available?
Just updated the 3.4 road map with the draft schedule :)
Thanks you Edgar !