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[Phpgroupware-users] Re: [Phpgroupware-developers] Calendar Perms

From: Daryl L. L. Houston
Subject: [Phpgroupware-users] Re: [Phpgroupware-developers] Calendar Perms
Date: Mon, 16 Jun 2003 15:56:19 -0400
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More info on this. I've verified that all groups John Doe is a member of have 
wide open permissions on the group's calendar.  The back button behavior 
appears to be an Internet Explorer thing, but the other behavior happens 
across the board.  If I have the calendar app set as my default app and click 
the "Welcome" link after producing the odd behavior, my events show up on the 
welcome screen.  Then, when I click the "Calendar" link again, my events are 
displayed properly.  Seems like some flag is being set somewhere that's reset 
when you hit the home link.  Any thoughts?  Thanks,


On Monday 16 June 2003 01:46 pm, Daryl L. L. Houston wrote:
> I just deployed a release of .916 (.914.506, to be precise) and have met
> the following calendar challenge:
> John Doe navigates from his calendar to Joe Smith's calendar by using the
> appropriate select box.  When he hits the back button to return to his
> calendar, he's sent to an entirely different user's calendar.  This seems
> to happen sporadically and can be gotten around by telling users not to use
> the back button, if nothing else.  That's why there's nav, after all.  But
> when John Doe tries to return to his calendar by selecting his name from
> the select box, he's taken to his calendar with no events showing. 
> Initially, I thought it was defaulting to display only private events, but
> when I created a private event to test this out, I discovered that it's
> declining to show any events, period.  In order for John Doe to see his
> calendar after doing this, he has to log out of groupware and back in.
> Has anybody else encountered this?  I'm still looking around for a
> cause/solution, but if anybody's already figured it out, I'd appreciate
> hearing about the solution.  Thanks,
> D
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