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[Phpgroupware-tracker] [Bug #2442] Calendar - Day View

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Subject: [Phpgroupware-tracker] [Bug #2442] Calendar - Day View
Date: Sun, 02 Feb 2003 04:28:04 -0500

=================== BUG #2442: FULL BUG SNAPSHOT ===================

Submitted by: earlten                 Project: phpGroupWare                 
Submitted on: 2003-Feb-02 09:27
Category:  calendar                   Bug Group: release        
Severity:  5 - Major                  Priority:  Normal                     
Resolution:  None                     Assigned to:  None                    
Status:  Open                         Component Version:  TGZ               
Platform Version:  BSD                Reproducibility:  Every Time          

Summary:  Calendar - Day View

Original Submission:  Overview of installed components:

4.7-RELEASE FreeBSD (generic kernel) - apache_1.3.24, mysql-3.23.49, 
mod_ssl-2.8.8-1.3.24, php-4.2.1, phpGroupWare-

When I go to my calendar view, I see scheduled events when I view by 'this 
week', 'this month', 'planner', and the days I have events are hilighted in the 
'this year' view.

However - when I try to view what I have scheduled by day, 'today' - I get the 
day view as though there were no event scheduled for that day..

now..  the system clock is correct..  I have checked to make sure I am looking 
at the right set of hours "9am to 5pm" for an appointment scheduled at noon...  
I have made sure I wasn't filtering it out by viewing the wrong user's 
calendar, or the wrong category.

I have checked my php, apache, and sql logs, and I don't see any errors...  In 
fact, here are the results of adding a cal event, and the apache access logs 
from viewing the "today" view are attatched as a text file:

INSERT INTO phpgw_cal(uid,title,owner,priority,is_public,category) 
UPDATE phpgw_cal SET owner=6, datetime=1044208800, mdatetime=1044177782, 
edatetime=1044212400, priority=2, category='2', cal_type='E', is_public=1, 
title='test', description='this is a test of the day view', location='NA', 
reference=0 WHERE cal_id=7;
INSERT INTO phpgw_cal_user(cal_id,cal_login,cal_status) VALUES(7,6,'A');

do you have any ideas?  (Shot in the dark perhaps?)

- Bill Wilson
If you're not outraged, you're not paying attention!

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