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Cannot save new calendar page #78

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ClemensRobbenhaar opened this issue Dec 20, 2021 · 1 comment
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Cannot save new calendar page #78

ClemensRobbenhaar opened this issue Dec 20, 2021 · 1 comment

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ClemensRobbenhaar commented Dec 20, 2021

Precondition: the meetings app is installed, too, and the calendar app is configured to show meetings on the calendars (Administer Wiki > Other > Calendar).

Steps to reproduce:

  1. got to the calendar overview
  2. choose "Create new Calendar"
  3. pick a title on the following page and "create"
  4. the following page shows the new page in edit mode, including a "Configure events from source «Meetings»" section
  5. Press "save & view"

Expected result: see the new calendar in view mode
Actual result: Error message that the server does not respond on save.

The issue was fixed together with the commit 4648726 for #77 but as not all testing instances are updated, it confused people if it is fixed or still around.

The issue is definitely present in 2.11-rc-1. The next release should fix it.

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@ClemensRobbenhaar ClemensRobbenhaar added this to the 2.11 milestone Dec 20, 2021
@ClemensRobbenhaar ClemensRobbenhaar self-assigned this Dec 20, 2021
@oanalavinia oanalavinia removed this from the 2.11 milestone Mar 1, 2022
@mflorea mflorea added this to the 2.11.1 milestone Apr 16, 2022
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mflorea commented Apr 16, 2022

Seems to work fine in 2.11.1

@mflorea mflorea closed this as completed Apr 16, 2022
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