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Order of events problems

James Lentini-2
In 0.2 I subscribed to 5 published calendars and they appeared correctly.

In 0.3 I am subscribed to those same 5 calendars and the event appear in
  calendar order rather than time order.

For example (using Calendar #1, Calendar #2, Calendar #3, Calendar #4,
Calendar #5 as the five calendars)

In 0.2

e.g. DATE NOV 5
Meeting 9:30am (from calendar #1)
Meeting 10:30 am (from calendar #2)
Meeting 11:30am (from calendar #1)
Lunch 1:00pm (from calendar #2)
Movie 8:00pm (from calendar #3)
Conference Call 11:00pm (from calendar #1)


In 0.3 they appear this way

e.g. DATE NOV 5
Meeting 9:30am (from calendar #1)
Meeting 11:30am (from calendar #1)
Conference Call 11:00pm (from calendar #1)
Meeting 10:30 am (from calendar #2)
Lunch 1:00pm (from calendar #2)
Movie 8:00pm (from calendar #3)

This is a problem that makes the calendar near useless for everyday use.
Events should be chronological no matter how many calendars are in use.
This is a step back from 0.2

Anyone else experiencing this?

JL
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Re: Order of events problems

Michiel van Leeuwen
James Lentini wrote:
> In 0.2 I subscribed to 5 published calendars and they appeared correctly.
>
> In 0.3 I am subscribed to those same 5 calendars and the event appear in
>  calendar order rather than time order.
>
0.3 isn't released yet. I guess you are using 0.3a1.
And what view are you seeing the problem in?

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Re: Order of events problems

Max-179
Michiel van Leeuwen wrote:
> James Lentini wrote:
>> In 0.2 I subscribed to 5 published calendars and they appeared correctly.
>>
>> In 0.3 I am subscribed to those same 5 calendars and the event appear in
>>  calendar order rather than time order.
>>
> 0.3 isn't released yet. I guess you are using 0.3a1.
> And what view are you seeing the problem in?
>
I can confirm the problem for Gecko/20051114 Mozilla Sunbird/0.3a1+ in
Month- and Multiweek-view.

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Re: Order of events problems

Ilja Sekler
Torsten Lilge wrote:

> Michiel van Leeuwen wrote:
>> James Lentini wrote:
>>
>>> In 0.3 I am subscribed to those same 5 calendars and the event
>>> appear in calendar order rather than time order.
>>  
>> 0.3 isn't released yet. I guess you are using 0.3a1. And what view
>> are you seeing the problem in?
>  
> I can confirm the problem for Gecko/20051114 Mozilla Sunbird/0.3a1+
> in Month- and Multiweek-view.

A confirmation also from me for Mozilla/5.0 (X11; U; Linux i686; en-US;
rv:1.9a1) Gecko/20051114 Mozilla Sunbird/0.3a1+ at least in Month
view. The workaround was to cut the affected events from the "remote"
(file://) calendar, paste them into the local one, then cut&paste into
the remote calendar back. Possibly (but untested) it would have been
enough just to switch the calendar form remote to local and back without
cut&paste. Not really applicable if you have hundreds of entries to
correct...

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Re: Order of events problems

georgevreilly
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Torsten Lilge wrote:
> I can confirm the problem for Gecko/20051114 Mozilla Sunbird/0.3a1+
> in Month- and Multiweek-view.

In the Multiweek and Month views, I'm seeing
   6:30 PM Evening class
   8:00 AM Morning meeting
in that order. Both events are in the same calendar.

Mozilla/5.0 (Windows; U; Windows NT 5.1; en-US; rv:1.9a1) Gecko/20051104
Mozilla Sunbird/0.3a1

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Re: Order of events problems

Ilja Sekler
George V. Reilly wrote:
> Torsten Lilge wrote:
>> I can confirm the problem for Gecko/20051114 Mozilla Sunbird/0.3a1+
>> in Month- and Multiweek-view.
>
> In the Multiweek and Month views, I'm seeing
>    6:30 PM Evening class
>    8:00 AM Morning meeting
> in that order. Both events are in the same calendar.

If it is a remote calendar (*.ics): could you please copy these two
events (from "BEGIN:VEVENT" to the "END:VEVENT") into a new *.ics file
and put

BEGIN:VCALENDAR
VERSION:2.0
PRODID:-//Mozilla.org/NONSGML Mozilla Calendar V1.0//EN

on the top? It would be fine to get a proper testcase.

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Re: Order of events problems

georgevreilly
Ilja Sekler wrote:

> George V. Reilly wrote:
>> Torsten Lilge wrote:
>>> I can confirm the problem for Gecko/20051114 Mozilla Sunbird/0.3a1+
>>> in Month- and Multiweek-view.
>> In the Multiweek and Month views, I'm seeing
>>    6:30 PM Evening class
>>    8:00 AM Morning meeting
>> in that order. Both events are in the same calendar.
>
> If it is a remote calendar (*.ics): could you please copy these two
> events (from "BEGIN:VEVENT" to the "END:VEVENT") into a new *.ics file
> and put
>
> BEGIN:VCALENDAR
> VERSION:2.0
> PRODID:-//Mozilla.org/NONSGML Mozilla Calendar V1.0//EN
>
> on the top? It would be fine to get a proper testcase.
>
> Thanks i.a.!

In my case, the calendar was the default local one, stored in
storage.sdb. I saved it to a .ics file.

BEGIN:VCALENDAR
VERSION:2.0
PRODID:-//Mozilla.org/NONSGML Mozilla Calendar V1.0//EN
BEGIN:VEVENT
CREATED:20051127T063306Z
LAST-MODIFIED:20051127T063307Z
DTSTAMP:20051127T063307Z
UID:uuid:1133043380337
SUMMARY:-Bad- Drawing Class
STATUS:
CLASS:PUBLIC
RRULE:FREQ=WEEKLY;UNTIL=20051208T000000;INTERVAL=1;BYDAY=WE
EXDATE;VALUE=DATE:20051123
DTSTART:20051005T183000
DTEND:20051005T210000
LOCATION:Sandpoint
CATEGORIES:Education
END:VEVENT
BEGIN:VEVENT
CREATED:20051127T063306Z
LAST-MODIFIED:20051127T063307Z
DTSTAMP:20051127T063307Z
UID:uuid:1133043616867
SUMMARY:-Bad- Iteration Planning
STATUS:
CLASS:PUBLIC
RRULE:FREQ=WEEKLY;INTERVAL=1;BYDAY=WE
DTSTART:20051005T080000
DTEND:20051005T110000
CATEGORIES:Business
END:VEVENT

BTW, Sunbird keeps forgetting the URL for Publish Entire Calendar.

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Re: Order of events problems

Ilja Sekler
George V. Reilly wrote:

> In my case, the calendar was the default local one, stored in
> storage.sdb. I saved it to a .ics file.

Strange, I have never seen the false order of events in a local
(storage.sdb) calendar.

> BEGIN:VCALENDAR
> VERSION:2.0
> PRODID:-//Mozilla.org/NONSGML Mozilla Calendar V1.0//EN
> BEGIN:VEVENT
> CREATED:20051127T063306Z
> LAST-MODIFIED:20051127T063307Z
> DTSTAMP:20051127T063307Z
> UID:uuid:1133043380337
> SUMMARY:-Bad- Drawing Class
> STATUS:
> CLASS:PUBLIC
> RRULE:FREQ=WEEKLY;UNTIL=20051208T000000;INTERVAL=1;BYDAY=WE
> EXDATE;VALUE=DATE:20051123
> DTSTART:20051005T183000
> DTEND:20051005T210000
> LOCATION:Sandpoint
> CATEGORIES:Education
> END:VEVENT
> BEGIN:VEVENT
> CREATED:20051127T063306Z
> LAST-MODIFIED:20051127T063307Z
> DTSTAMP:20051127T063307Z
> UID:uuid:1133043616867
> SUMMARY:-Bad- Iteration Planning
> STATUS:
> CLASS:PUBLIC
> RRULE:FREQ=WEEKLY;INTERVAL=1;BYDAY=WE
> DTSTART:20051005T080000
> DTEND:20051005T110000
> CATEGORIES:Business
> END:VEVENT

Thank you. Unfortunately, my Sunbirds both for Linux and Win32 refuse to
deal with this *.ics file:

[Exception... "Component returned failure code: 0x804a0100
[calIICSService.parseICS]"  nsresult: "0x804a0100 (<unknown>)"
location: "JS frame ::
file:///home/ilja/mozilla.org/sunbird/2005-11-30/sunbird/components/calICSCalendar.js
:: anonymous :: line 396"  data: no]

Mozilla/5.0 (X11; U; Linux i686; en-US; rv:1.9a1) Gecko/20051130 Mozilla
Sunbird/0.3a1+

checkout start: Mi Nov 30 18:12:05 CET 2005

I apply the proposed patch v2 for
<https://bugzilla.mozilla.org/show_bug.cgi?id=317135>.

> BTW, Sunbird keeps forgetting the URL for Publish Entire Calendar.

Sorry, can't test it because all my "remote" calendars are actually
local ones in *.ics format.

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