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Thread: [SOLVED] Fragment for Calendar Appointments

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    DarthJader is offline Intermediate Member
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    Unhappy [SOLVED] Fragment for Calendar Appointments

    We have been able to create new appointments with the CreateAppointmentRequest SOAP request, both in PHP and in C#.
    However, we have noticed that when we add a fragment 'fr' to the request, this is successfully saved, and you can read the fragment message when you scroll your mouse over the appointment in the Calendar in the Zimbra Collaboration Suite. However, if you double-click to edit the event, the box is empty.
    If you edit the message, the message will be stored and will stay.
    However, if we use zmmailbox to getAppointmentSummaries, the 'fr' section appears fine, before and after we manually edit it.
    It is almost as if the information is stored in multiple places, e.g. in the database and in LDAP. When you use the SOAP API to create the appointment, it is only stored in LDAP, so when you try to edit the event, nothing is found.

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    DarthJader is offline Intermediate Member
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    Red face Update: May have been fixed!

    From looking through the release notes for the latest releases, it appears that this issue may have been resolved.
    We'll find out for sure after we finish upgrading.

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    DarthJader is offline Intermediate Member
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    Default Issue Resolved

    This issue was resolved. We were not calling htmlentities on the body (or the fragment) of the appointments and tasks that we were adding with our Soap calls. If you format your content with HTML, you must convert it to HTML entities first.

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