On Sa, 2011-03-05 at 17:06 +0000, Thomas Pequet wrote:
I have seen that the device
"syncevolution-3b3d8d41-71db-477b-b91a-08600a31cd93" (the 2nd) sync
only "Evolution -> Memotoo" in Memotoo:
Each test session starts with random device IDs, as if the user had
started using MemoToo for the first time. Is this "SyncEvolution ->
Memotoo" setting the default for new devices?
Does it mean that all users who want to download data from Memotoo need
to reconfigure their account?
Does it apply only to *updates* during a two-way sync? *New* items seem
to get transferred (but that might be during a slow resp.
I also noticed that only calendar items were affected. The test passed
for contacts - shouldn't it also fail for those?
I'll change the testing to use fixed device IDs now, and try again. Hmm,
didn't work. I used the "syncevolution" account, device IDs sc-api-A and
sc-pim-B. The test fails, but the web interface shows "both ways" for
these two devices and calendar events.
The synchronization history for "sc-api-A" shows:
phone meeting SyncEvolution » Memotoo : Add 2011-03-06 - 16:35:42 (G.M.T. +1)
There should also be a later entry for *updating* that item. To me it
looks like the server ignores the Replace command from the first client
(sc-api-A in this case):
The data on the server definitely is the older item, not the update.
Best Regards, Patrick Ohly
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