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Re: openldap schema for enabling Calendaring (support for free-busy times)

I guess that WAS my question, Where is this schema for openldap? If Ximian's Evolution schema works... fine.. point me to it..

I know it works.. i have seen implimentations.. but like i said.. the schema's i have seen (netscape's version for its ldap server, oracles for its version..) i haven't seen one for openldap that i can import and get working. If Ximian's the answer .. GREAT!


On Wed, Nov 06, 2002 at 03:57:59PM -0500, Adam Williams wrote:
> >>For the past week i have been looking at RFC 2739 and seemingly
> >>relavent other RFC's regarding calendaring in an LDAP server. I've
> >>looked at some archived maillist discussions regarding it also, but with
> >>no real solution at hand. Basically i took the skeleton "schema" from
> >>the RFC and tried to import it into my openldap 2.1.4 server. I edited
> >>it and put attributetype and objectclass where appropriate. I'm a TOTAL
> >>newbie when it comes to ldap/schemas and such. What i'm wondering is if
> >>ANYONE out there have a schema imported into openldap that will enable
> >>users of outlook to share their free/busy times or point to area where
> >>the free/busy time files are kept (in ical or vcard format).
> >Basically, we're all trying to do it, but no-one's got any further than
> >that the idea of the wheel must exist, somewhere.
> This is getting a bit off topic; but "Huh?".  It works just fine, at least 
> in Ximian Evolution.  I can view free/busy of a list of people, assuming 
> they have a free/busy URI defined and have published information to that 
> URI.  I think the real question is if clients support RFC2739.
> Would be nice if someone would make a cannonical version of calEntry with 
> OIDs, etc...