Thank you Ján for your answer.
Le 30/08/2013 22:23, Ján Máté a écrit :
Do not mix multiple setup types, use ONE of the
*globalAccountSettings* - it is used internally by the client and NOT
invokes any login screen (but expects that username/password are set in
Ok, I commented out globalAccountSettings.
*globalNetworkCheckSettings* - it sends your
username/password to the
server and if the authentication is successful then it appends the
username/password with all settings into the
*globalAccountSettings* (and hides the login screen)
I only left this globalNetworkCheckSettings with cross domain = true.
I kept reading error in Apache2 logs about a missing file :
File does not exist: /home/sites/webcal/lib/jquery-2.0.2.min.js
and indeed, this file is called from the index.html file.
In the lib directory, the file has the 2.0.3 version.
I manually added a symbolic link to this file, named 2.0.2 and I reached
the login screen.
Entering the correct login + passwd lead me to the correct display of
My tests of creating, editing and deleting worked well between chromium
Using a recent version of firefox did not even opened the event window.
Disturbing, but I could live with it.
Next step for me : try to understand how a user can access and display
multiple calendars (like in the demo of your website)...