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[#] Fri Jun 10 2011 04:55:38 EDT from avamk @ comalies

Subject: Re: Autostart Groupware Sync Server and iPhone sync

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OK.

I've also tested this across my local network, and I can access webconfig from another machine. What other causes might there be that gives me the problem?

Also, is there a way to setup SSL for Groupware Sync Server from its webconfig interface? Or is there another way? If so, how do I do it, specifically?

Thank you so much for bearing with me, I really want to get this to work well and securely!

Fri Jun 10 2011 06:28:00 PM EST from Mathew McBride @ comalies Subject: Re: Autostart Groupware Sync Server and iPhone sync

For Funambol sync:

Port 8080 (or 443 if you enabled HTTPS)

The rest are for Citadel in general

Fri Jun 10 2011 04:06:40 PM EST from avamk @ comalies Subject: Re: Autostart Groupware Sync Server and iPhone sync
I will test what you suggested as soon as possible. In the meantime, I just like to confirm exactly which ports should I open up in my firewall? Are the following ports sufficient?
443 (HTTPS), 504 (Citadel), 465 (SMTPS), 993 (IMAPS), 8080 (Funambol)
Please let me know if I should add or remove from that list. Thanks again for your quick replies.

Wed Jun 08 2011 09:31:22 AM EST from Mathew McBride @ comalies Subject: Re: Autostart Groupware Sync Server and iPhone sync

Lets just check if the actual sync is working correctly first. hostnames are a more general issue.

With a WiFi connection to the same network as the Funambol server, can you start a sync session, using the servers IP address? i.e http://192.168.0.1:8080/funambol/ds as the URL you put in the client?

Then, does syncing using the external IP address of your router (which you set up port forwarding on) work?
Have you successfully set up port forwarding/external access for Citadel/webcit itself? (not needed for Funambol sync, but just to see if you've set your network up right)

If a machine can reach the webconfig interface, then it will be able to sync with it as well.


 



 



[#] Thu Jun 16 2011 08:21:52 EDT from avamk @ comalies

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I tried using the server's IP, still same error.

Also, I have no problem accessing WebCit from inside and outside my local network. Anything else I can try to troubleshoot? Thank you for your patience.

Thu Jun 16 2011 10:19:28 AM EST from Mathew McBride @ comalies Subject: Re: Autostart Groupware Sync Server and iPhone sync

name resolution again? Try entering the IP address into the setup rather than host I guess.

Are there any issues accessing webcit from a web browser on the Funambol host?

Wed Jun 15 2011 02:54:06 PM EST from avamk @ comalies Subject: Re: Autostart Groupware Sync Server and iPhone sync

And ideas? Again I've pasted my log files below:

Mon Jun 13 2011 07:14:36 PM EST from avamk @ comalies Subject: Re: Autostart Groupware Sync Server and iPhone sync

I just checked the log files and there were indeed Java exception. The following logs are exactly as I saw them, except I replaced my hostname with [hostname] and my username with [username].

This is catalina.out:

http://pastebin.com/nT9QThv1

This is ds-server.log

http://pastebin.com/mX8ZcvLq

Any idea what the errors mean? Looks like it is having trouble connecting to Citadel, but I *disabled* all my firewalls! Thanks for looking this over...

Mon Jun 13 2011 01:29:48 AM EST from Mathew McBride @ comalies Subject: Re: Autostart Groupware Sync Server and iPhone sync

 

Sun Jun 12 2011 12:42:07 AM EST from avamk @ comalies Subject: Re: Autostart Groupware Sync Server and iPhone sync

Progress!

I finally figured it out, it was a problem with my router's NAT table. Now I am able to access my Groupware Sync Server from outside.

Unfortunately, I tried using the iPhone SyncML Lite client and the Funambol client apps, and both got the following error:

[ERROR] processItemStatus: server sent status 506 in SYNC

[ERROR] Error #506 in source addressbook

What does this error 506 mean? And how do I correct it? Thanks again for your help!

 

506 means an error on the server side during sync. Can you look at Funambol/logs/ds-server/ds-server.log as well as tools/tomcat/logs/catalina.out to see if there are any error messages (i.e Java exceptions)?



[#] Fri Jun 10 2011 03:42:52 EDT from avamk @ comalies

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OK, I just tried and have been able to access webcit and the Groupware Sync Server webconfig in a local network. So I guess it is not a firewall problem, what other things could I change to diagnose/fix this? Thanks!

Wed Jun 08 2011 09:31:22 AM EST from Mathew McBride @ comalies Subject: Re: Autostart Groupware Sync Server and iPhone sync

Lets just check if the actual sync is working correctly first. hostnames are a more general issue.

With a WiFi connection to the same network as the Funambol server, can you start a sync session, using the servers IP address? i.e http://192.168.0.1:8080/funambol/ds as the URL you put in the client?

Then, does syncing using the external IP address of your router (which you set up port forwarding on) work?
Have you successfully set up port forwarding/external access for Citadel/webcit itself? (not needed for Funambol sync, but just to see if you've set your network up right)

If a machine can reach the webconfig interface, then it will be able to sync with it as well.


 



[#] Wed Jun 15 2011 20:19:28 EDT from Mathew McBride @ comalies

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name resolution again? Try entering the IP address into the setup rather than host I guess.

Are there any issues accessing webcit from a web browser on the Funambol host?

Wed Jun 15 2011 02:54:06 PM EST from avamk @ comalies Subject: Re: Autostart Groupware Sync Server and iPhone sync

And ideas? Again I've pasted my log files below:

Mon Jun 13 2011 07:14:36 PM EST from avamk @ comalies Subject: Re: Autostart Groupware Sync Server and iPhone sync

I just checked the log files and there were indeed Java exception. The following logs are exactly as I saw them, except I replaced my hostname with [hostname] and my username with [username].

This is catalina.out:

http://pastebin.com/nT9QThv1

This is ds-server.log

http://pastebin.com/mX8ZcvLq

Any idea what the errors mean? Looks like it is having trouble connecting to Citadel, but I *disabled* all my firewalls! Thanks for looking this over...

Mon Jun 13 2011 01:29:48 AM EST from Mathew McBride @ comalies Subject: Re: Autostart Groupware Sync Server and iPhone sync

 

Sun Jun 12 2011 12:42:07 AM EST from avamk @ comalies Subject: Re: Autostart Groupware Sync Server and iPhone sync

Progress!

I finally figured it out, it was a problem with my router's NAT table. Now I am able to access my Groupware Sync Server from outside.

Unfortunately, I tried using the iPhone SyncML Lite client and the Funambol client apps, and both got the following error:

[ERROR] processItemStatus: server sent status 506 in SYNC

[ERROR] Error #506 in source addressbook

What does this error 506 mean? And how do I correct it? Thanks again for your help!

 

506 means an error on the server side during sync. Can you look at Funambol/logs/ds-server/ds-server.log as well as tools/tomcat/logs/catalina.out to see if there are any error messages (i.e Java exceptions)?



 



[#] Sat Jun 11 2011 10:42:07 EDT from avamk @ comalies

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Progress!

I finally figured it out, it was a problem with my router's NAT table. Now I am able to access my Groupware Sync Server from outside.

Unfortunately, I tried using the iPhone SyncML Lite client and the Funambol client apps, and both got the following error:

[ERROR] processItemStatus: server sent status 506 in SYNC

[ERROR] Error #506 in source addressbook

What does this error 506 mean? And how do I correct it? Thanks again for your help!

Fri Jun 10 2011 07:12:15 PM EST from Mathew McBride @ comalies Subject: Re: Autostart Groupware Sync Server and iPhone sync

It sounds like the firewall is the cause of the problem, unfortunately. Is port forwarding set to forward to the correct machine, correct ports and correct protocol (TCP) on the firewall?

There is no way to configure SSL via the web interface at the moment (its on the TODO list for the short term), so you will need to do it manually with the instructions for Tomcat ( http://tomcat.apache.org/tomcat-5.5-doc/ssl-howto.html ), which is located under tools/tomcat in the Funambol install.

Fri Jun 10 2011 06:55:38 PM EST from avamk @ comalies Subject: Re: Autostart Groupware Sync Server and iPhone sync

OK.

I've also tested this across my local network, and I can access webconfig from another machine. What other causes might there be that gives me the problem?

Also, is there a way to setup SSL for Groupware Sync Server from its webconfig interface? Or is there another way? If so, how do I do it, specifically?



[#] Sun Jun 19 2011 23:49:31 EDT from avamk @ comalies

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OK. I will bring this issue to Linux Questions and the Scientific Linux forum to see if it is a problem with security. The only part I am familiar with is setting the firewall via the system's builtin firewall GUI. Perhaps it is SELinux. Will report back if I finally find out.

Thank you very much for your help and patience!

Mon Jun 20 2011 06:35:57 AM EST from Mathew McBride @ comalies Subject: Re: Autostart Groupware Sync Server and iPhone sync

I can't be more enlightening unfortunately. 'Connection refused' indicates it can't establish a socket or something like a firewall is preventing it. There wouldn't be some sort of security policy (SELinux, iptables etc.) preventing outbound connections by the Funambol server?

Thu Jun 16 2011 10:21:52 PM EST from avamk @ comalies Subject: Re: Autostart Groupware Sync Server and iPhone sync

I tried using the server's IP, still same error.

Also, I have no problem accessing WebCit from inside and outside my local network. Anything else I can try to troubleshoot? Thank you for your patience.



[#] Sun Jul 17 2011 10:56:54 EDT from avamk @ comalies

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Sorry to bother you again.

I've set my global SELinux policy to "permissive", and completely disabled my firewall, which should include iptables.

Could the following two be possibly related to why I get an "error 506: [myhostname]:2000 connection refused" error from the server?

(1) My server's IP is dynamically assigned by the ISP's DHCP, and I use a dynamic DNS service DynDNS to dynamically update my server's IP to match that of, say, "foobar.dyndns.org". Does this fact affect how I should setup Groupware Sync Server and Citadel?

(2) This is what is in my current /etc/hosts file says:

127.0.0.1    localhost.localdomain   localhost
127.0.0.1    foobar.dyndns.org    foobar
::1     foobar  localhost6.localdomain6 localhost6

Does it look right to you?

(3) What owner, group, and permissions should I set for the Groupware Sync Server files and its Funambol connector?

I am sorry my questions have dragged on for so long, but I am still eager to figure this last piece of the puzzle, so that I may complete my groupware solution. Thank you for your quick replies.

Mon Jun 20 2011 06:35:57 AM EST from Mathew McBride @ comalies Subject: Re: Autostart Groupware Sync Server and iPhone sync

I can't be more enlightening unfortunately. 'Connection refused' indicates it can't establish a socket or something like a firewall is preventing it. There wouldn't be some sort of security policy (SELinux, iptables etc.) preventing outbound connections by the Funambol server?

Thu Jun 16 2011 10:21:52 PM EST from avamk @ comalies Subject: Re: Autostart Groupware Sync Server and iPhone sync

I tried using the server's IP, still same error.

Also, I have no problem accessing WebCit from inside and outside my local network. Anything else I can try to troubleshoot? Thank you for your patience.



[#] Thu Jul 21 2011 09:21:21 EDT from Mathew McBride @ comalies

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Mon Jul 18 2011 12:56:54 AM EST from avamk @ comalies Subject: Re: Autostart Groupware Sync Server and iPhone sync

Sorry to bother you again.

I've set my global SELinux policy to "permissive", and completely disabled my firewall, which should include iptables.

Could the following two be possibly related to why I get an "error 506: [myhostname]:2000 connection refused" error from the server?

(1) My server's IP is dynamically assigned by the ISP's DHCP, and I use a dynamic DNS service DynDNS to dynamically update my server's IP to match that of, say, "foobar.dyndns.org". Does this fact affect how I should setup Groupware Sync Server and Citadel?

(2) This is what is in my current /etc/hosts file says:

127.0.0.1    localhost.localdomain   localhost
127.0.0.1    foobar.dyndns.org    foobar
::1     foobar  localhost6.localdomain6 localhost6

Does it look right to you?

(3) What owner, group, and permissions should I set for the Groupware Sync Server files and its Funambol connector?

I am sorry my questions have dragged on for so long, but I am still eager to figure this last piece of the puzzle, so that I may complete my groupware solution. Thank you for your quick replies.

Mon Jun 20 2011 06:35:57 AM EST from Mathew McBride @ comalies Subject: Re: Autostart Groupware Sync Server and iPhone sync

I can't be more enlightening unfortunately. 'Connection refused' indicates it can't establish a socket or something like a firewall is preventing it. There wouldn't be some sort of security policy (SELinux, iptables etc.) preventing outbound connections by the Funambol server?

Thu Jun 16 2011 10:21:52 PM EST from avamk @ comalies Subject: Re: Autostart Groupware Sync Server and iPhone sync

I tried using the server's IP, still same error.

Also, I have no problem accessing WebCit from inside and outside my local network. Anything else I can try to troubleshoot? Thank you for your patience.



Having a dynamic IP shouldn't matter, if everything (Groupware sync, Citadel+Webcit) is installed on the same server - you should enter http://localhost:2000/groupdav/ as the address in the wizard in that case.

If they are on different servers (and there isn't a LAN connection between them with a static address) you may have issues if there is an update to the dynamic DNS but the record is still cached.

The hosts file looks fine and all the sync server files should be installed and run as a normal user.



[#] Sat Jul 30 2011 15:56:08 EDT from avamk @ comalies

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Thu Jul 21 2011 11:21:21 PM EST from Mathew McBride @ comalies Subject: Re: Autostart Groupware Sync Server and iPhone sync
Mon Jul 18 2011 12:56:54 AM EST from avamk @ comalies Subject: Re: Autostart Groupware Sync Server and iPhone sync

Sorry to bother you again.

I've set my global SELinux policy to "permissive", and completely disabled my firewall, which should include iptables.

Could the following two be possibly related to why I get an "error 506: [myhostname]:2000 connection refused" error from the server?

(1) My server's IP is dynamically assigned by the ISP's DHCP, and I use a dynamic DNS service DynDNS to dynamically update my server's IP to match that of, say, "foobar.dyndns.org". Does this fact affect how I should setup Groupware Sync Server and Citadel?

(2) This is what is in my current /etc/hosts file says:

127.0.0.1    localhost.localdomain   localhost
127.0.0.1    foobar.dyndns.org    foobar
::1     foobar  localhost6.localdomain6 localhost6

Does it look right to you?

(3) What owner, group, and permissions should I set for the Groupware Sync Server files and its Funambol connector?

I am sorry my questions have dragged on for so long, but I am still eager to figure this last piece of the puzzle, so that I may complete my groupware solution. Thank you for your quick replies.

Mon Jun 20 2011 06:35:57 AM EST from Mathew McBride @ comalies Subject: Re: Autostart Groupware Sync Server and iPhone sync

I can't be more enlightening unfortunately. 'Connection refused' indicates it can't establish a socket or something like a firewall is preventing it. There wouldn't be some sort of security policy (SELinux, iptables etc.) preventing outbound connections by the Funambol server?

Thu Jun 16 2011 10:21:52 PM EST from avamk @ comalies Subject: Re: Autostart Groupware Sync Server and iPhone sync

I tried using the server's IP, still same error.

Also, I have no problem accessing WebCit from inside and outside my local network. Anything else I can try to troubleshoot? Thank you for your patience.

Having a dynamic IP shouldn't matter, if everything (Groupware sync, Citadel+Webcit) is installed on the same server - you should enter http://localhost:2000/groupdav/ as the address in the wizard in that case.

If they are on different servers (and there isn't a LAN connection between them with a static address) you may have issues if there is an update to the dynamic DNS but the record is still cached.

The hosts file looks fine and all the sync server files should be installed and run as a normal user.

What do you mean by a normal user? Should I create one just for Groupware Sync Server? Should I use the citadel user, or even root? Thanks again.



[#] Sat Jul 30 2011 20:14:29 EDT from matt @ comalies

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What do you mean by a normal user? Should I create one just for Groupware Sync Server? Should I use the citadel user, or even root? Thanks again.



As in the Funambol server doesn't need to be run as root - you can run it as the citadel user or another one.



[#] Sun Jul 31 2011 20:13:39 EDT from avamk @ comalies

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OK I've finally made more progess. In fact, I've been able to sync very briefly to the Groupware Sync Server via my iPhone running its SyncML app. However, now I am getting an error from my client saying:

"No data: check settings!"

Since I have successfully synced once, I am wondering if there is anything I can check on the server side? Thanks.

Sun Jul 31 2011 10:14:29 AM EST from matt @ comalies Subject: Re: Autostart Groupware Sync Server and iPhone sync

What do you mean by a normal user? Should I create one just for Groupware Sync Server? Should I use the citadel user, or even root? Thanks again.

As in the Funambol server doesn't need to be run as root - you can run it as the citadel user or another one.



[#] Sun Jul 31 2011 21:08:20 EDT from avamk @ comalies

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OK, significant progess.

I have been able to perform a sync and my client now has some test contacts and test events I created on my Citadel server.

Then, I modified those events and created a new event in my client's calendar. Now, when I sync the changes to existing items are fine, but the new item couldn't be synced to the server. My SyncML client said "rejected: server: 01", I have pasted the server logs again:

ds-server.log

http://pastebin.com/hq7svXyy

catalina.out

http://pastebin.com/WhnPFYdL

Based on what I could see, there is a problem with the characters in the item? Please let me know if you know what the problem might be. Thank you so much for getting me this far!

Sun Jul 31 2011 10:14:29 AM EST from matt @ comalies Subject: Re: Autostart Groupware Sync Server and iPhone sync

 

What do you mean by a normal user? Should I create one just for Groupware Sync Server? Should I use the citadel user, or even root? Thanks again.

As in the Funambol server doesn't need to be run as root - you can run it as the citadel user or another one.



[#] Mon Aug 01 2011 09:59:52 EDT from Mathew McBride @ comalies

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Mon Aug 01 2011 11:08:20 AM EST from avamk @ comalies Subject: Re: Autostart Groupware Sync Server and iPhone sync

OK, significant progess.

I have been able to perform a sync and my client now has some test contacts and test events I created on my Citadel server.

Then, I modified those events and created a new event in my client's calendar. Now, when I sync the changes to existing items are fine, but the new item couldn't be synced to the server. My SyncML client said "rejected: server: 01", I have pasted the server logs again:

ds-server.log

http://pastebin.com/hq7svXyy

catalina.out

http://pastebin.com/WhnPFYdL

Based on what I could see, there is a problem with the characters in the item? Please let me know if you know what the problem might be. Thank you so much for getting me this far!



Just in time! I got hold of an iTouch recently and tested SyncML Pro.. you'll need this version of the GroupDAV module to go any further:

(To install, copy over the existing version in Funambol/ds-server/modules, run bin/install-modules.sh and answer 'N' for reinstalling databases)

There is still an issue with timezones in SyncML Pro - when I tried calendar sync the times given to the server were offset incorrectly - let me know if you end up seeing that or not. I haven't heard back from plan44 about this yet..


[#] Tue Aug 09 2011 11:05:56 EDT from avamk @ comalies

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Mon Aug 01 2011 11:59:52 PM EST from Mathew McBride @ comalies Subject: Re: Autostart Groupware Sync Server and iPhone sync
Mon Aug 01 2011 11:08:20 AM EST from avamk @ comalies Subject: Re: Autostart Groupware Sync Server and iPhone sync

OK, significant progess.

I have been able to perform a sync and my client now has some test contacts and test events I created on my Citadel server.

Then, I modified those events and created a new event in my client's calendar. Now, when I sync the changes to existing items are fine, but the new item couldn't be synced to the server. My SyncML client said "rejected: server: 01", I have pasted the server logs again:

ds-server.log

http://pastebin.com/hq7svXyy

catalina.out

http://pastebin.com/WhnPFYdL

Based on what I could see, there is a problem with the characters in the item? Please let me know if you know what the problem might be. Thank you so much for getting me this far!

Just in time! I got hold of an iTouch recently and tested SyncML Pro.. you'll need this version of the GroupDAV module to go any further:

(To install, copy over the existing version in Funambol/ds-server/modules, run bin/install-modules.sh and answer 'N' for reinstalling databases)

There is still an issue with timezones in SyncML Pro - when I tried calendar sync the times given to the server were offset incorrectly - let me know if you end up seeing that or not. I haven't heard back from plan44 about this yet..

Finally had time to try this. I followed your instructions and updated the file.

It workeds so far!

However:

1. Free/busy doesn't seem to be synced.

2. Like you said timezones aren't correct either.

Also, do you know if reminders will be synced? I know WebCit don't show reminders, but I am wondering if reminders can be synced from my iOS device to Citadel, then from Citadel to my Thunderbird Lightning client.

Everytime there's some slow but steady progress. Thanks for doing all this!



[#] Thu Aug 11 2011 00:06:37 EDT from avamk @ comalies

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Mon Aug 01 2011 11:59:52 PM EST from Mathew McBride @ comalies Subject: Re: Autostart Groupware Sync Server and iPhone sync
Mon Aug 01 2011 11:08:20 AM EST from avamk @ comalies Subject: Re: Autostart Groupware Sync Server and iPhone sync

OK, significant progess.

I have been able to perform a sync and my client now has some test contacts and test events I created on my Citadel server.

Then, I modified those events and created a new event in my client's calendar. Now, when I sync the changes to existing items are fine, but the new item couldn't be synced to the server. My SyncML client said "rejected: server: 01", I have pasted the server logs again:

ds-server.log

http://pastebin.com/hq7svXyy

catalina.out

http://pastebin.com/WhnPFYdL

Based on what I could see, there is a problem with the characters in the item? Please let me know if you know what the problem might be. Thank you so much for getting me this far!

Just in time! I got hold of an iTouch recently and tested SyncML Pro.. you'll need this version of the GroupDAV module to go any further:

(To install, copy over the existing version in Funambol/ds-server/modules, run bin/install-modules.sh and answer 'N' for reinstalling databases)

There is still an issue with timezones in SyncML Pro - when I tried calendar sync the times given to the server were offset incorrectly - let me know if you end up seeing that or not. I haven't heard back from plan44 about this yet..

Just to confirm, my timezones get messed up as it gets synced, and I am not sure if reminder information is retained.

Also, is HTTPS (SSL) support coming in the next release? If so, is there a rough release schedule?

Wish I could be more helpful than testing, but I am very excited about the possibilities of this software!

Thanks.



[#] Thu Aug 11 2011 04:25:54 EDT from Mathew McBride @ comalies

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Thu Aug 11 2011 02:06:37 PM EST from avamk @ comalies Subject: Re: Autostart Groupware Sync Server and iPhone sync

Just to confirm, my timezones get messed up as it gets synced, and I am not sure if reminder information is retained.

Also, is HTTPS (SSL) support coming in the next release? If so, is there a rough release schedule?

Wish I could be more helpful than testing, but I am very excited about the possibilities of this software!

Thanks.


Thanks for confirming the timezones. I'll try and find a workaround.

Per the GroupDAV spec alarms aren't sent to Citadel (by default), but there is a workaround:

If you open Funambol/config/groupdav/groupdav/groupdavCal/event.xml in a text editor, and add:

<void method="put">

<string>connector.convertalarms</string>

<string></string>

</void>

 

To the properties block near the top, that should get alarms working.

 

I do want to add SSL configuration to the web UI, but I'm currently rewriting that, so a new release may be some time away. You can add SSL manually by following the instructions for tomcat over at http://tomcat.apache.org/tomcat-6.0-doc/ssl-howto.html (it lives in tools/tomcat in the bundle)

 



[#] Tue Aug 09 2011 11:05:56 EDT from avamk @ comalies

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Mon Aug 01 2011 11:59:52 PM EST from Mathew McBride @ comalies Subject: Re: Autostart Groupware Sync Server and iPhone sync
Mon Aug 01 2011 11:08:20 AM EST from avamk @ comalies Subject: Re: Autostart Groupware Sync Server and iPhone sync

OK, significant progess.

I have been able to perform a sync and my client now has some test contacts and test events I created on my Citadel server.

Then, I modified those events and created a new event in my client's calendar. Now, when I sync the changes to existing items are fine, but the new item couldn't be synced to the server. My SyncML client said "rejected: server: 01", I have pasted the server logs again:

ds-server.log

http://pastebin.com/hq7svXyy

catalina.out

http://pastebin.com/WhnPFYdL

Based on what I could see, there is a problem with the characters in the item? Please let me know if you know what the problem might be. Thank you so much for getting me this far!

Just in time! I got hold of an iTouch recently and tested SyncML Pro.. you'll need this version of the GroupDAV module to go any further:

(To install, copy over the existing version in Funambol/ds-server/modules, run bin/install-modules.sh and answer 'N' for reinstalling databases)

There is still an issue with timezones in SyncML Pro - when I tried calendar sync the times given to the server were offset incorrectly - let me know if you end up seeing that or not. I haven't heard back from plan44 about this yet..

Finally had time to try this. I followed your instructions and updated the file.

It workeds so far!

However:

1. Free/busy doesn't seem to be synced.

2. Like you said timezones aren't correct either.

Also, do you know if reminders will be synced? I know WebCit don't show reminders, but I am wondering if reminders can be synced from my iOS device to Citadel, then from Citadel to my Thunderbird Lightning client.

Everytime there's some slow but steady progress. Thanks for doing all this!



[#] Thu Aug 11 2011 04:25:54 EDT from Mathew McBride @ comalies

Subject: Re: Autostart Groupware Sync Server and iPhone sync

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Thu Aug 11 2011 02:06:37 PM EST from avamk @ comalies Subject: Re: Autostart Groupware Sync Server and iPhone sync

Just to confirm, my timezones get messed up as it gets synced, and I am not sure if reminder information is retained.

Also, is HTTPS (SSL) support coming in the next release? If so, is there a rough release schedule?

Wish I could be more helpful than testing, but I am very excited about the possibilities of this software!

Thanks.


Thanks for confirming the timezones. I'll try and find a workaround.

Per the GroupDAV spec alarms aren't sent to Citadel (by default), but there is a workaround:

If you open Funambol/config/groupdav/groupdav/groupdavCal/event.xml in a text editor, and add:

<void method="put">

<string>connector.convertalarms</string>

<string></string>

</void>

 

To the properties block near the top, that should get alarms working.

 

I do want to add SSL configuration to the web UI, but I'm currently rewriting that, so a new release may be some time away. You can add SSL manually by following the instructions for tomcat over at http://tomcat.apache.org/tomcat-6.0-doc/ssl-howto.html (it lives in tools/tomcat in the bundle)

 



[#] Thu Aug 11 2011 00:06:37 EDT from avamk @ comalies

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Mon Aug 01 2011 11:59:52 PM EST from Mathew McBride @ comalies Subject: Re: Autostart Groupware Sync Server and iPhone sync
Mon Aug 01 2011 11:08:20 AM EST from avamk @ comalies Subject: Re: Autostart Groupware Sync Server and iPhone sync

OK, significant progess.

I have been able to perform a sync and my client now has some test contacts and test events I created on my Citadel server.

Then, I modified those events and created a new event in my client's calendar. Now, when I sync the changes to existing items are fine, but the new item couldn't be synced to the server. My SyncML client said "rejected: server: 01", I have pasted the server logs again:

ds-server.log

http://pastebin.com/hq7svXyy

catalina.out

http://pastebin.com/WhnPFYdL

Based on what I could see, there is a problem with the characters in the item? Please let me know if you know what the problem might be. Thank you so much for getting me this far!

Just in time! I got hold of an iTouch recently and tested SyncML Pro.. you'll need this version of the GroupDAV module to go any further:

(To install, copy over the existing version in Funambol/ds-server/modules, run bin/install-modules.sh and answer 'N' for reinstalling databases)

There is still an issue with timezones in SyncML Pro - when I tried calendar sync the times given to the server were offset incorrectly - let me know if you end up seeing that or not. I haven't heard back from plan44 about this yet..

Just to confirm, my timezones get messed up as it gets synced, and I am not sure if reminder information is retained.

Also, is HTTPS (SSL) support coming in the next release? If so, is there a rough release schedule?

Wish I could be more helpful than testing, but I am very excited about the possibilities of this software!

Thanks.



[#] Wed Sep 07 2011 17:31:40 EDT from avamk @ comalies

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Don't mean to be pushy :), but are there any recent nightlies that have been released?

The website seems pretty static, I wonder if there is a git repository (or equivalent) that the Groupware Sync Server is on? I regret having no useful programming skills, but would be eager to at least help test the latest changes...

Thanks!



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