Abstract. This document defines extensions to the Web Distributed Authoring and Versioning (WebDAV) protocol to specify a standard way of accessing. Calendaring Extensions to WebDAV, or CalDAV, is an Internet standard allowing a client to access scheduling information on a remote. This page is intended for individuals who wish to develop a CalDAV or WebDAV (RFC ) – minus sections 5, 6, , (few CalDAV clients seem to.
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RFC – Calendaring Extensions to WebDAV (CalDAV)
Clients may add non-standard properties to iCalendar objects. This is the cqldav way to do an initial sync with SabreDAV. The update gave us back the new ETag. Even though a number appears in the url, you are not allowed to attach any meaning to that url. It is developed as an open standard to foster interoperability between software from different implementers. The protocol also supports non-personal calendars, such as calendars for sites or organizations.
One thing in which CalDAV differs from some other synchronization models, is that the ‘truth’ is always on the calav. If, for example a user specified ‘dav. For access control the concept of ACLs are used, so each operation view, edit, delete etc. Every single event and task is encoded as an iCalendar object.
The primary formats for transferring information is iCalendar for calendar objects rffc and tasks and xml for most other data.
Parsing the iCalendar items is necessary, because the server has to support a number of calendaring-specific operations such as doing free-busy time reports and expansion of recurring events. This article needs additional citations for verification. Unsourced material may be challenged and removed. It’s important to note, that a client should only do Sync operations, if the server reports that it has support for it.
Many server and client applications support the protocol. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.
The best user interface would be to just have to ask for three items:.
RFC – Scheduling Extensions to CalDAV
Technically, a server may support ‘sync’ on one calendar, and it may not support it on another, although this is probably rare. A ‘principal’ is a user. Archived from the original on The reason for this, is that calendars can be rather huge.
The architecture of CalDAV partially inherited from the underlying specifications organizes the data events, tasks, free-busy info, rrfc in directories collectionswhere multiple items resources reside.
The url and the UID have no meaningful relationship, so treat both those items as separate unique identifiers. The access protocol is defined by RFC Other items may be returned, including non- calendar, which your application should ignore. caodav
Building a CalDAV client
One implication is that ideally the user should not be bothered by a ‘Synchronize Now! To see if anything in a calendar changed, we simply request the ctag again on the calendar.
If you are just creating a todo-list application, this means you should only list the calendars that support the VTODO component. It will cladav a TON of bandwidth to only check the etag first.
In an ideal world changes are submitted to the server the very instant that the user has made them. It allows multiple client access to the same information thus allowing cooperative planning and information sharing. The ctag must be stored for subsequent requests.
An example of this is Thunderbird Lightning. It is important that when you GET and later on PUT an updated iCalendar object, any non-standard properties you may not have built-in support for gets retained.
Many requests return an xml document in this exact format, so it ca,dav worthwhile writing a standard parser.