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    Default Problem adding a Calendar from SVN.

    I have a few calendars on a SVN server running thought Apache2 using WebDAV. But each time I try add a remote calendar I get this error "Error parsing calendar." The calendar is pretty basic and don't have anything strange. I tried searching Bugzilla and the Forums with little luck could anyone help me.

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    Default bug 4985?

    Quote Originally Posted by myles
    I have a few calendars on a SVN server running thought Apache2 using WebDAV. But each time I try add a remote calendar I get this error "Error parsing calendar." The calendar is pretty basic and don't have anything strange. I tried searching Bugzilla and the Forums with little luck could anyone help me.
    Can you attach a copy of the remote calendar data? Or, better yet, give us a URL to the calendar?
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    Default One other thing...

    Quote Originally Posted by dkarp
    Can you attach a copy of the remote calendar data? Or, better yet, give us a URL to the calendar?
    And please, post the stacktrace returned to the client (that's the most helpful thing!).
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    Quote Originally Posted by dkarp
    And please, post the stacktrace returned to the client (that's the most helpful thing!).
    I am sorry that is a stacktrace?

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    Default How to get the stacktrace

    Quote Originally Posted by myles
    I am sorry that is a stacktrace?
    Type $set:debug 1 in the search query area (at the top of the page, to the left of the "Search" button) and hit return. A little popup dialog will open. When you try to load the remote calendar, you'll see an error dialog saying "Error parsing calendar" and the data sent to and from the server will appear in the popup debug window. Send us the content of that window!
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    Here is the output
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    Code:
    	at java.lang.Thread.run(Thread.java:595)
    
    Caused by: org.dom4j.DocumentException: Error on line 1 of document  : White spaces are required between publicId and systemId. Nested exception: White spaces are required between publicId and systemId.
    
    	at org.dom4j.io.SAXReader.read(SAXReader.java:350)
    Can you file a bug with this error log attached and a pointer to the URL you are trying to parse?
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    Default bug 9065

    Seems like other folks are encountering this. It's been independently logged as bug 9065.
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    Default There's an error fetching the .ics file from your server

    The problem you're seeing is that the SVN server is returning HTML back to Zimbra instead of returning an .ics file. (In 3.2, the client will give you a "resource unreachable" error dialog.)

    Since you can fetch the iCal file with a web browser, I'd guess that the server is probably sending back a "403 Forbidden" response because it doesn't like the Zimbra server's request to retrieve the iCal file.
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