Hi Rudolf,

On Jul 24, 2013, at 5:54 PM, Graf von Roit zu Hoya <graf.roit@gmail.com> wrote:

Hello Jan,

Am 24.07.13 17:26, schrieb Ján Máté:
there are 2 different errors in your e-mail:

1.) netLoadCalendar ... => unsuccessful "calendar-multiget" REPORT ... looks very interesting because we cannot do anything here - we simply say JavaScript/jQuery to perform the request and waiting for the result ... the interesting part is that jQuery executes the "error" callback, but then it returns 207 (2xx = success) ... you can try to experiment with jQuery (maybe jQuery bug) and report more details about this error (or create a temporary access to your server and send me a private message with credentials)
This error only occurs on one of the nine calendars in this account. It would be possible to create an own account for you on the server, but unfortunately i'm not allowed to gain access to this account and the other calendars, as these contain high secret future appointments and events.

I understand

If there is a chance to export and re-import the faulty calendar to a new account, i will do so. This calendar isn't so confidental. 
Also if you give me instructions for deeper debugging of jQuery, i will do so, too. But i'm not a java programmer.

JavaScript is not Java (personally I really hate Java but really love JavaScript) ... and sorry but I have no exact idea howto debug it - I just see that this is not CalDavZAP bug ... here is the documentation for the problematic call: http://api.jquery.com/jQuery.ajax/

2.) if it is possible please download all problematic events as files (for example download them using wget) and send me them for further investigation
The other ones are similar to them and differ only in the dates/times. All of them seem to be sent from an exchange server. Do you want the other ones too?

If the difference is only in dates then no, one example is enough.

For everybody: if you find any problematic events, please send them us as text files and not as inline e-mail text (nearly all errors are caused by white or special control characters and these are very often deleted by e-mail clients)
Hmm, attached it to Thunderbird as files. Did you receive them inline?

No, you are OK, but I've got lot of private messages with events as inline text. It is not problem if the sender is experienced and knows that the problem is related to specific part of event, but lot of users cannot distinguish between syntax/logical errors in VEVENT and processing errors. 


- Rudolf