calendar-outlook-procs.tcl

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improve spelling

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merged changes from the oacs-5-9 branch and resolved conflicts

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Fix spelling errors

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- add editor hints to keep spaces/tabs in the future more consistent

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Merging back to HEAD branch oacs-5-8 (using tag vg-merge-oacs-5-8-from-20141027).

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- use tcl 8.5 commands

- brace expressions to allow for tcl compilation

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- bump version number

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merge of changes on oacs-5-1 branch between tags jcd-merge-5-1-20040628 and jcd-merge-5-1-20040712 to HEAD

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(Hopefully) fixed Bug #1711: Outlook Synch creates wrong item start/end time

Now normalizing to UTC - works for me, needs to be doublechecked.

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merge of changes on oacs-5-1 branch between tags jcd-merge-5-1-20040517 and jcd-merge-5-1-20040628 to HEAD

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Fixed #1711: Outlook Synch creates wrong item start/end time

For Outlook you need to convert from user's timezone to system's timezone. Outlook syncing works fine for me now. I'll have other people with reallifish configurations test it as well.

The date format string is constant - it is always the ANSI date format. There is no need to create a variable in TCL and then pass it on as a bind variable to the database. Instead I have hard-wired the format string into the database which means less code and maybe even slightly more efficiency.

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make some Notices either warnings or debug and made them more descriptive by generally including the proc name as well bug #1032

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bug 535 - fixed variable name typo in outlook export. Made the export to outlook link more clear

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starting to add timezone support to the calendar package. Have not finished this task yet as we are waiting for Dirk to help us fix some major breakages that are preventing us from testing

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merge of 4.6.3b1 to HEAD

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A variety of changes that add up to making outlook synchronization work

with PostgreSQL (at all) and Oracle (better).

1. Changed calendar to read SystemTimezone rather than hardwire it to

US/Eastern.

2. Made calendar depend on acs-lang since that's where the param lives.

3. Fixed the query on the acs-lang page that lets you set the timezone

(used the Oracle-ism UNIQUE rather than the standard DISTINCT)

4. Saw that the test stuff doesn't work and got rid of the links on the

index page - people can live without testing it for this release (we

should fix it for 4.7)

5. Fixed timezone__local_to_utc so it works with calendar, though it's

very whacky (shifted so the timezone'd date part is the UTC date, would

be much much better to use timestamp without timezone but PG doesn't

accept that syntax for function returns and we're not ready to drop

PG 7.2 support yet so I can't take advantage of the timestamp/timestamptz

type names, sigh)

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Outlook sync was broken because of a changed column name

added timezone basic stuff for syncing

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added outlook syncing support

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Fix misc uses of ad_parameter SystemURL rather that ad_url

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fixed outlook procs for syncing

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added attachment support for calendar items

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begun revamping the calendar pages

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more fixes, still not complete PG Support

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