On Wed, 2010-06-16 at 23:23 +0100, Guy Stalnaker wrote:
What is meant by "Oracle branch"?
At one point there was a branch in our source code repository for
Oracle. It had a new template for Oracle. This has been rolled into the
main branch and is in the latest releases, so you can use "--configure
--sync-property syncurl=<my url> ... oracle".
I, too, am trying to get syncevolution to work with an Oracle
OCAS SyncML server (I am the administrator of that system, btw). Right
now the *default* Ubuntu Lucid 10.04 install of syncevolution+Genesis
appears to be configured correctly. The logs show a successful
connection to the SyncML server (so we know the URL/credentials are
correct), but the sync concludes with a 503 error (have removed
indenting for legibility):
[2010-06-16 15:51:47.622] 'processStatus' - Processing incoming
Status [--][++] [->end] [->enclosing]
o [2010-06-16 15:51:47.622] Started processing Command 'Status'
(incoming MsgID=1, CmdID=6)
o [2010-06-16 15:51:47.622] WARNING: RECEIVED NON-OK STATUS 503 for
command 'Alert' (outgoing MsgID=1, CmdID=4)
o [2010-06-16 15:51:47.622] - TargetRef (remoteID) = './Contacts'
o [2010-06-16 15:51:47.622] - SourceRef (localID) = './addressbook'
o [2010-06-16 15:51:47.622] - Item data =
o [2010-06-16 15:51:47.622] Found matching command 'Alert' for Status
./Contacts is correct and matches the Oracle template (ignoring case,
which IMHO doesn't matter).
Perhaps this article here helps? It is about Behive, but I can imagine
that Calendar Server also needs server-side configuration changes.
Best Regards, Patrick Ohly
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