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Thread: Calendar Appt Permission Errors after UPgrade to 5.09

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    mstreet is offline Intermediate Member
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    Default Calendar Appt Permission Errors after UPgrade to 5.09

    Hi,

    I upgraded to 5.09 last night from 5.08 without a hitch.

    I have one user reporting this morning that she is getting an error when she edits one of her existing appointments in one of her calendars.

    She reports the following dialog box content - Cannot Save - Permission Denied to get property HTMLDocument.body

    She can delete the appointment and create it again but she cannot edit an appointment once she has created it.

    I have had her restart her Zimbra session, her browser and restart her computer, etc. No change.
    Mark Street, D.C., RHCE
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    Alliance Medical Center

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    Same problem here.

    Did you manage to fix it ?

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    Default HTMLDocument.body permission denied

    We are having the same problem for at least one user. She can make an appointment without any locales, but if she tries to add a locale, this error prevents her from saving the changes.

    We have tried restarting the browser and clearing the browser cache. No change.

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    jefft@iri.columbia.edu is offline Senior Member
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    We have the same issue, but the person can't create a new appointment. I've submitted a bug report, but will now look at locales to see if that might be part of the issue.

    Has anyone figured this out?
    Jeffrey Turmelle
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    Default Same problem here

    we also have the same problem with the opensource edition, when using Mozilla Firefox. IE5+ is ok. Error accures when editing calendar entries, i.e when changing resources.

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    jefft@iri.columbia.edu is offline Senior Member
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    Default fixed with firefox 3

    After upgrading the client to firefox 3 (Windows XP, SP2) the problem disappeared for us.
    Jeffrey Turmelle
    International Research Institute for Climate and Society
    Earth Institute at Columbia University


    Release 7.2.4_GA_2900.RHEL5_64_20130523110956 RHEL5_64 NETWORK edition.

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    it's ff Version dependent. If you are under FF 2 update your FF to the latest 2.0 version.
    From my memory 2.0.9 has the problem

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