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Web Display of Calendars

I wrote this to pull calendars from DAViCal to our website. It is a re-write of some classes that pulled data from a Drupal database, so it currently doesn't display all possible text.

I'd love to see this rolled into DAViCal on the user collections page or as a way of displaying groups of collections in read-only mode.

To install, you'll need to update the following line in caldav_display.classes.php with your information, and then adjust the calendars you'd like to display in sample_display.php. Put sample_display.php and calendar.css in a web accessible folder and place the classes file in your path.

$calendar_db = pg_connect("host=hostname port=5432 dbname=rscds user=general password=password_for_general"

Place calendar_notifier on a server with cli php and call it with cron to send out nightly agenda emails. Something like:

0 4 * * * php /usr/local/sbin/calendar/calendar_notifier.php

You'll also need to install Pear's Date class and a relatively recent version of JQuery.


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Install davical on a server where you can find an another version of Postgresql

Récemment, j'ai été confronté à l'installation de Davial sur mon seveur, mais le soucis c'est que j'avais la version (8.0.23) déjà installé. Malheureusement, cette version n'est pas compatible avec les préconisations de Davical et je ne peux pas la désinstaller pour un site Web déjà présent.

Pour pouvoir quand même installer Davical et rester dans ses préconisations, j'ai récupéré et compilé les sources de Postgresql 8.4.2 sur mon système. J'ai lancé cette version, tout nouvellement compilée, sur un autre port réseau TCP ( 5433 ).

Pour faire cela, vous pouvez modifier le fichier [my new db datastore 8.4.2]/postgresql.conf

 # - Connection Settings -
 listen_addresses = '*'          # what IP address(es) to listen on;
                                         # comma-separated list of addresses;
                                         # defaults to 'localhost', '*' = all
                                         # (change requires restart)
 #port = 5432                            # (change requires restart)
 port = 5433                             # (change requires restart)
 max_connections = 100                   # (change requires restart)
 # Note:  Increasing max_connections costs ~400 bytes of shared memory per
 # connection slot, plus lock space (see max_locks_per_transaction).

Après cela, j'ai modifié le fichier pour qu'il puisse trouver ma nouvelle instance de postgresql.

J'ai de plus rajouter quelques variables d'environnement :

 PGINSTALL=/opt/postgresql-8.4.2/bin   the path where my new postgresql is
 export PGPORT=5433                    this variable is read by all postgres commands for to know where postgresql server listen

J'ai ensuite modifié toutes les lignes ci-dessous ou on trouve une commande postgresql :

ex :

 export DBVERSION="`psql -qAt -c "SELECT version();" template1 | cut -f2 -d' ' | cut -f1-2 -d'.'`"
 export DBVERSION="`${PGINSTALL}/psql -qAt -c "SELECT version();" template1 | cut -f2 -d' ' | cut -f1-2 -d'.'`"

Ci-dessous le nouveau fichier modifié Désolé, je n'ai pas pu uploader ce fichier dans le wiki, peut-être que l'admin pourra faire quelque chose ;-).

 # Build the DAViCal database
 export PGPORT=5433
 DBADIR="`dirname \"$0\"`"
 testawldir() {
   [ -f "${1}/dba/awl-tables.sql" ]
 # Attempt to locate the AWL directory
 if ! testawldir "${AWLDIR}"; then
   if ! testawldir "${AWLDIR}"; then
     if ! testawldir "${AWLDIR}"; then
       echo "Unable to find AWL libraries"
       exit 1
 export AWL_DBAUSER=davical_dba
 export AWL_APPUSER=davical_app
 # Get the major version for PostgreSQL
 export DBVERSION="`${PGINSTALL}/psql -qAt -c "SELECT version();" template1 | cut -f2 -d' ' | cut -f1-2 -d'.'`"
 install_note() {
   cat >>"${INSTALL_NOTE_FN}"
 db_users() {
   ${PGINSTALL}/psql -qAt -c "SELECT usename FROM pg_user;" template1
 create_db_user() {
   if ! db_users | grep "^${1}$" >/dev/null ; then
     ${PGINSTALL}/psql -qAt -c "CREATE USER ${1} NOCREATEDB NOCREATEROLE;" template1
     cat <<EONOTE | install_note
 *  You will need to edit the PostgreSQL pg_hba.conf to allow the
    '${1}' database user access to the 'davical' database.
 create_plpgsql_language() {
   if ! ${PGINSTALL}/psql ${DBA} -qAt -c "SELECT lanname FROM pg_language;" "${DBNAME}" | grep "^plpgsql$" >/dev/null; then
     ${PGINSTALL}/createlang plpgsql "${DBNAME}"
 try_db_user() {
   [ "XtestX`${PGINSTALL}/psql -U "${1}" -qAt -c \"SELECT usename FROM pg_user;\" \"${DBNAME}\" 2>/dev/null`" != "XtestX" ]
 create_db_user "${AWL_DBAUSER}"
 create_db_user "${AWL_APPUSER}"
 # FIXME: Need to check that the database was actually created.
 if ! ${PGINSTALL}/createdb --encoding UTF8 --template template0 --owner "${AWL_DBAUSER}" "${DBNAME}" ; then
   echo "Unable to create database"
   exit 1
 # Try a few alternatives for a database user or give up...
 if try_db_user "${AWL_DBAUSER}" ; then
   export DBA="-U ${AWL_DBAUSER}"
   if try_db_user "postgres" ; then
     export DBA="-U postgres"
     if try_db_user "${USER}" ; then
       export DBA=""
       if try_db_user "${PGUSER}" ; then
         export DBA=""
         cat <<EOFAILURE
 * * * * ERROR * * * *
 I cannot find a usable database user to construct the DAViCal database with, but
 may have successfully created the davical_app and davical_dba users (I tried :-).
 You should edit your pg_hba.conf file to give permissions to the davical_app and
 davical_dba users to access the database and run this script again.  If you still
 continue to see this message then you will need to make sure you run the script
 as a user with full permissions to access the local PostgreSQL database.
 If your PostgreSQL database is non-standard then you will need to set the PGHOST,
 PGPORT and/or PGCLUSTER environment variables before running this script again.
         exit 1
 # Load the AWL base tables and schema management tables
 ${PGINSTALL}/psql -qAt ${DBA} -f "${AWLDIR}/dba/awl-tables.sql" "${DBNAME}" 2>&1 | egrep -v "(^CREATE |^GRANT|^BEGIN|^COMMIT|
  NOTICE: )"
 ${PGINSTALL}/psql -qAt ${DBA} -f "${AWLDIR}/dba/schema-management.sql" "${DBNAME}" 2>&1 | egrep -v "(^CREATE |^GRANT|^BEGIN|^COMMIT| NOTICE: |^t$)"
 # Load the DAViCal tables
 ${PGINSTALL}/psql -qAt ${DBA} -f "${DBADIR}/davical.sql" "${DBNAME}" 2>&1 | egrep -v "(^CREATE |^GRANT|^BEGIN|^COMMIT| NOTICE: |^t$)"
 # Set permissions for the application DB user on the database
 if ! ${DBADIR}/update-davical-database --dbname "${DBNAME}" --appuser "${AWL_APPUSER}" --nopatch --owner "${AWL_DBAUSER}" ; then
         cat <<EOFAILURE
 * * * * ERROR * * * *
 The database administration utility failed.  This is usually due to the Perl YAML
 or the Perl DBD::Pg libraries not being available.
 # Load the required base data
 ${PGINSTALL}/psql -qAt ${DBA} -f "${DBADIR}/base-data.sql" "${DBNAME}" | egrep -v '^10'
 # We can override the admin password generation for regression testing predictability
 if [ "${ADMINPW}" = "" ] ; then
   # Generate a random administrative password.  If pwgen is available we'll use that,
   # otherwise try and hack something up using a few standard utilities
   ADMINPW="`pwgen -Bcny 2>/dev/null | tr \"\\\\\'\" '^='`"
 if [ "$ADMINPW" = "" ] ; then
   # OK.  They didn't supply one, and pwgen didn't work, so we hack something
   # together from /dev/random ...
   export LC_ALL=C
   ADMINPW="`dd if=/dev/urandom bs=512 count=1 2>/dev/null | tr -c -d "a-km-zA-HJ-NP-Y0-9" | cut -c2-9`"
 if [ "$ADMINPW" = "" ] ; then
   # Right.  We're getting desperate now.  We'll have to use a default password
   # and hope that they change it to something more sensible.
   ADMINPW="please change this password"
 ${PGINSTALL}/psql -q -c "UPDATE usr SET password = '**${ADMINPW}' WHERE user_no = 1;" "${DBNAME}"
 echo "NOTE"
 echo "===="
 *  The password for the 'admin' user has been set to '${ADMINPW}'"
 Thanks for trying DAViCal!  Check in /usr/share/doc/davical/examples/ for
 some configuration examples.  For help, visit #davical on

J'espère que ce howto pourra aider quelqu'un qui se retrouverai dans le même cas ;-)

ps : Merci aux développeurs de Davical pour cet excellent soft !


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