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Re: [Phpgroupware-users] calendar holiday question

From: Dave Hall
Subject: Re: [Phpgroupware-users] calendar holiday question
Date: Fri, 13 Jun 2003 18:09:24 +1000

Marcus Frischherz <address@hidden> wrote:

> ok.. it's finally solved... I had no read permissions on the 
> holidays.AT 
> file for the apache user, so that was my stupid mistake. 

Ok, sorry I should have checked that with you.

> However, 
> I 
> still don't know when it is read in, I think I had to logout and 
> login 
> again, or something like that. 

That could be right ... sorry, as I said I am far from a calendar guru.

> And I don't know, how I could have 
> found 
> out easier ( I mean error-messages, what's the point of calling 
> functions with the @ before, you will never find out the problem).

The @ suppresses the error ... for the simple reason that the holiday
file many not present, and so will halt the execution, which is
generally not the desired outcome :)

> About the localization, I just edited the .DE file, rather than to 
> copy 
> all .DE files to .AT files, as this was the only difference I 
> found so 
> far. Didn't find it right away though, as it is not in calender 
> (where I 
> saw the offending Januar) but in phgwapi/setup.

Yes, because months are common across all across all apps, so it it put
there, so i does not need to be entered/changed multiple times - and
also to prevent db bloat.  



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